Saturday Night in Dallas

Saturday the 5th in Dallas was a busy night for art enthusiasts. To start off the evening, POPUP 310 hosted a closing party with the help of F!D Luxe. It really is a shame to see Popup close down, but we're excited to see what these creative fellas will get into in the future. While it may have only been a functioning space for about 4 months, some of Dallas' most talented artists and most fabulous parties have been hosted there.

Copies of F!D Luxe were given away to party goers in addition to gift bags. Becca, the model featured on the cover, is signed with Dallas based agency Wallflower Management which is managed by IA stylist Tammy Theis. She also styled Becca for an editorial in the issue titled "Farmville."

In love with the Celine wedges Tammy pulled for this shot. Phoebe Philo certainly reigns victorious as the queen of camel.

Chanel, Chanel, Chanel

Everyone is dying for these Miu Mius.

UTD grad Brent Ozaeta was one of the many artists showcasing their work at the show. He's been showing in Dallas for the past 3 years and is represented by The Public Trust.

Mixed media piece by painter Bill Zinser.

IA ladies Sally Glass and Gail Gonzales outside Popup.

Next on the agenda was Tramaine Townsend's exhibit at 1111 Dragon St. in the design district.

His photographs were cleverly mounted between 2 frames of glass to create the illusion of free floating images.

Tramaine with his pieces.

All together Dallas continued to prove itself as a creatively rich city, full of amazingly talented artists, gorgeous gallery spaces, and a supportive, knowledgeable scene.