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Fashion X Dallas Returns To The Village On Nov. 4

The event makes its grand return following a four-year hiatus due to the global pandemic

Following a four-year hiatus due to the global pandemic, Fashion X Dallas has announced that it will be making its triumphant return to The Village (Dallas-based residential community) on Nov. 4-5.

Established back in 2013, Fashion X Dallas is a fashion week-style event that became one of the most successful concepts of its kind locally before it was forced to be put on hold the past few years.

The fashion-focused attraction was founded by Austin-based entrepreneur Matt Swinney, who says that he is excited to bring the concept back to the city of Dallas.

“We had been looking for the right opportunity to re-launch Fashion X Dallas. Once the conversation with The Village started, I knew we had finally found the right venue partner to ensure a gorgeous set of events truly supporting the DFW fashion scene,” said Swinney. “We absolutely cannot wait to be back in Dallas!”

This year’s version of Fashion X Dallas will feature a series of four daytime runway shows that take place over a two-day span.

Each runway will showcase anywhere from eight to 10 designers, including collections from Munelle de Vie, Young Gods, Martini Consignment, House of Merci, Don Morphy Clothiers, Virtuous Fashion and more.

During the event’s final runway show, attendees will get the opportunity to check out brand new collections from some of the biggest stars of the hit Bravo television series, Project Runway — designs from Amanda Valentine, Fabio Costa and Anthony Ryan have already been confirmed for the event, with more designers to be announced.

Along with the extravagant fashion show, the event will also feature a VIP Lounge, numerous bars, sponsor activations and pop-up shops for guests to check out.

Fashion X Dallas also encourages event attendees to enhance their weekend experience by booking brunch, dinner or late-night tables at one of The Village’s award-winning restaurants — such as Anise (Mediterranean cuisine), La Mina (Latin restaurant) or Meridian (modern Brazilian eatery).

For more information about Fashion X Dallas, or to purchase tickets, visit