The Dallas Symphony League held a fashion show for all


What: The Dallas Symphony Orchestra League’s Eighth Annual Fashion Notes Design Award Luncheon and Style Show

Or: The Fairmont Dallas

PC moment: From the little ones walking the runway – in some cases to the faces of their beloved grandparents – to the recipient of the Fashion Notes Designer Award Imam of Nardosgorgeous table, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra League’s eighth annual Fashion Notes Design Award luncheon and style show was truly a family affair.

OOnce guests have taken their seats inside the Fairmont Dallas, DSOL President Venice Stuart greeted the well-heeled group and invited a round of applause to recognize the honorary president Jimmy Westcott, who also happens to be the mother-in-law of Kameron Westcott, co-chair of this year’s event alongside Samantha wortley.

And the family ties don’t end there. At the start of the fashion presentation, Tootsies Dallas store manager Nerissa von Helpenstill went down the track with his daughter Stella. Tootsies, whose completely renovated storefront is set to reopen soon following extensive damage from last winter’s storm, supplied all of the adult clothing, while Jojo Mommy outfitted the smaller models. Jojo, founding mom Kari Schlegel Kloewerchildren of Tabitha, To throw, and Teddy bear have in turn modeled with their cousin, Millie, Kimberly Schlegel Whitmandaughter of, and were followed by their aunt Krystal Schlegel Davis and her daughter Lake.

The highlight of the lunch was the presentation of the Fashion Notes Designer Award to the incredibly talented talent from Dallas. Imam of Nardos by Nardos Design, followed by a catwalk presentation of a dozen of her exquisite dresses. For the finale, Kameron Westcott walked hand in hand with the children of Nardos, Elyane and Christian brook, in one of the designer’s flagship confections.

A live auction, hosted by Scott murray, and remarks from DSO Ross Perot Chairman and CEO Kim Noltemy encouraged the crowd to raise additional funds for DSO education and outreach programs including DSO on the Go, Community Concerts and Performances, Cecil and Ida Green Youth Concerts, Symphony Yes !, DSO Kids, Young Strings and Young Musicians.

Before the guests left with their goody bags, which included dozens of treats, including frosted pink cookies from The Cookie Rack; colored pencils Sissies Adventures author Marisa Howard; and Taos Bakes snack bars, founded by a Dallas native and Southern Methodist University alumnus Brooks thostenson; they were treated to a special performance by the cellist Brianna sargent, a former student of the Young Strings program at DSO.

PC seen: Co-Chairs Kameron Westcott and Samantha Wortley; honorary president Jimmy Westcott; Fashion Notes Designer award recipient Nardos Imam; President of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra League Venice Stuart; Ross Perot President and CEO of the Dallas Symphony Association, Kim Noltemy; Myrna and Bob Schlegel, Marjon Henderson, Allison Brodnax, Lara Francois, Christine hyder, Laura Price, Lena Alley, Bonnie uzelac, Marena Gault, Cindy feldman, Kim hexagon, Derrall hill, Alma Nachawdti, Danarea All good, Sarah Hardin, Nancy Labadie, Wendy hansen, Brianne Sargent, Deborah Brown.


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