The 2020's are upon us, but the fashions from the 1920's are the ones back in style. Galleria Dallas presents rare gems from the Jazz Age, from gorgeous beaded drop-waist dresses, to rich accents of fur and silk...this exhibition radiates Decadence. Galleria Dallas hosted a preview party for this exhibition in January, attracting Dallas socialites and fashion-lovers alike. This is a must-see display of rare and unique 1920's fashion that you won't likely see again.
Curated by vintage couture aficionado, Ken Weber of Vintage Martini, my favorite store in town, Decadence shines in its entirety and its designers. Showcasing both fashion and accessories, Decadence features pieces from the Susan Denn and Robert Schmidt Collection and The Texas Collection of UNT College of Visual Arts and Design. Designs on display include pieces from French, Spanish and Italian couturiers including Madeleine Vionnet, Mariano Fortuny, Maria Monaco Gallenga and Lucien Leglong.
Among the glamorous guests were international model-turned-producer Jan Strimple, Real Housewives of Dallas star LeeAnne Locken, FLUENT founder Jackson, Jeff Shell of the Neal Hamil Agency, Couture Rocks founder Carinthia Kishaba, SavoirLuxe founder Mindy Loll, designer Allison Mitchell, Binzario Couture's Andre Yabin, designer Charles Smith II, producer Rhonda Sargent Chambers, and The Fashionistas founder Heidi Dillon.
Located near Grand Lux Cafe, Decadence closes on February 28 and is open daily from noon until 6pm.
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