As Fashion X Dallas returns to a runway filled with collections from local designers for its third year, it’ll also be returning with a few well-known faces to be honored in this year’s show.
For the first time ever Fashion X Dallas will be recognizing “Style Setters” LeeAnne Locken, Steve Kemble, Heidi Dillon, and Linda Gray not only for their iconic style, but also for their dedication to countless nonprofit organizations. This year Fashion X Dallas will be donating a portion of their ‘Style Setters’ tickets to nonprofit organizations chosen by the honorees.
Fresh off the first season of ‘The Real Housewives of Dallas’, cast member LeeAnne Locken is never shy to lend her name or talents to a charity in need. The reality star has chaired many local events such as the No Tie Dinner benefiting AIDS Services of Dallas and Art From the Heart for Dallas Challenge in 2014. Giving back is also a priority for Steve Kemble, known for being a top cop for Us Weekly’s Fashion Police, the fashion critic recently led an auction benefiting Resource Center Dallas. This year see both Locken and Kemble’s unique style on Thursday, September 8 by purchasing ‘Style Setter’ tickets in order to benefit AIDS Services of Dallas.
Best known for founding the well-known nonprofit, THE FASHIONISTAS, Heidi Dillon is greatly involved in the city’s philanthropy–serving on various committees and boards such as the Dallas Museum of Art’s Art Ball and Salvation Army’s Fashion Show and Luncheon. See Dillon’s best looks from her closet honored on Friday, September 9 to benefit the Fashion Group International (FGI) Dallas Scholarship Fund.
An award-winning actress, an accomplished director, and a former United Nations Goodwill Ambassador, Linda Gray is one of the world’s most admired stars. Notorious for her portrayal of ‘Sue Ellen’ in the original TV series ‘Dallas’, Gray has devoted time to many philanthropic causes including Best Buddies and Meals on Wheels. Help support Assist the Officer Foundation Dallas by purchasing ‘Style Setter’ Saturday tickets.
To see these Dallas A-listers and what’s in their stylish closets you may have to pay a pretty penny, but it’s certainly worth it. ‘Style Setter’ tickets go for $395 and include front row seats, VIP access, free booze, and some top-notch gifts.