Always the destination for premier shopping in Dallas, The Galleria Dallas is THE source of fall fashion trends for Runway Revue at Galleria Dallas. is a full day of high-energy runway shows highlighting the top trends for fall, the free event gives everyone in the family the inside track on what to wear and how to wear it for back-to-school and the fall season.
Hosted by Galleria Dallas Fashion Stylist Holly Quartaro, Runway Revue showcases fall fashions from many of the center’s more than 200 retailers like H&M, Apricot Lane, Old Navy, Ann Taylor, and Macy’s. Galleria Dallas packs the day with three professionally produced runway shows highlighting seasonal looks for the whole family. Shows will occur at noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Coupled with Texas Tax-Free Holiday, the weekend makes a perfect opportunity for back-to-school and fall shopping.
“Runway Revue at Galleria Dallas is a unique way to get your fashion guide for fall,” notes Galleria Dallas Director of Marketing Jim Anderson. “This event provides everyone, from tot to trend-setter, with a preview of the season’s must-have looks. And as always, Galleria Dallas is excited to welcome area residents as well as visitors for such a fun and exciting event featuring event.”
Although we can’t all afford this luxury clothing line; I still adore Chanel Couture. The pieces are classic, impeccably made, and should last a lifetime. A homage was paid to Coco Chanel circa 1932 this week at Paris Fashion week. Chanel Couture is expensive and not in every working girls budget, however Chanel often sets the trends for other designers.
The show titled ” New Vintage” produced the reworking of Chanel’s classics in a way that showcased the extraordinary handwork of the house’s ateliers. “My own suits from 30 years ago, you can buy them like vintage now,” Lagerfeld said. “‘New Vintage’ is a proposition for something that could last — at least I hope so,” he said. “This is the same attitude, the same spirit, the same name, same concept — but something for our time. Vintage — but it’s not vintage yet.
Last year the collection focused on the color blue this year the palette of storm-cloud grays and dreamy sugar pinks were showcased. Karl showed classic Chanel suits and coat-dresses with their tops cut on the cross and their skirts on the bias giving them some movement. The evening outfits made with shreds of chiffon, tulle and laser-cut fabrics were used for exquisite patchwork effects. The evening looks reminded me of a starry fall night in Paris . Pewter stockings, platinum shoes, and black velvet gypsy-tiered dresses added some drama to the show. Here are some of my favorite looks for fall I hope you enjoy the collection. Look out Monday for another giveaway. Have a stylish and safe weekend. Photos from style.com