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Shop for the Weather Drop

Christina Walker | August 3, 2018 | Feature Features

Ready your wardrobes for fall by shopping these trunk shows at quintessential Dallas fashion outposts.

Stanley Korshak
This Uptown fashion destination is hosting Rag and Bone and Rebecca Taylor trunk shows to showcase the perfect mix of edgy and feminine items. Rag and Bone, known for fashion-forward casualwear and denim, offers an effortlessly chic autumn look. Known for her romantic silhouettes, New Zealand-born designer Rebecca Taylor creates separates for the modern, on-the-go woman as her pieces shift easily from day to night. Rag and Bone, Aug. 24-26; Rebecca Taylor, Sept. 6-8; 500 Crescent Ct., Ste. 100

East and west coast designers are taking the spotlight at this chic University Park boutique. New York-based design couple Tom and Linda Platt are celebrated for sophisticated occasion pieces with daring details. Los Angeles-based designer Elaine Kim will be making an in-store appearance to show off the fall collection featuring modern, minimalist, easy-to-wear separates. Attend both to re-vamp your fall wardrobe, from evening wear and travel pieces. Tom and Linda Platt, Aug. 16-17; Elaine Kim, Sept. 6-7; 8300 Preston Rd., Ste. 200

Neiman Marcus Dallas-Downtown
Celebrate the turn of the season by stocking up on gorgeous fall shoes by Gianvito Rossi and Rene Caovilla. Milan-based designer Gianvito Rossi is famous for impeccably made stilettos, flats, and boots that walk the line between understated and statement-making. Rene Caovilla creates elegant eveningwear shoes—think ankle-wrapping embellished stilettos—that will transform even the simplest outfit into a show-stopping ensemble. Both Rossi and Caovilla’s designs encapsulate Italian craftsmanship at its finest. Aug.15-18, 1618 Main St.


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