Save the Date: CBS Radio’s Design & Dine Returns to Classic BMW on March 19

  A wealth of exciting showcases have already stamped the calendar for 2015, with one being the return of CBS Radio’s Design & Dine food and fashion mash-up. Returning for its second season, this highly anticipated spectacular is far from the average fashion fête and will be one to undoubtedly entertain the masses. The second annual event is set for March 19, and will be held once again at the spacious digs of the Collin County Classic BMW showroom.  

  The 2014 Design & Dine went off without a hitch -- attracting the who’s who of the fashion elite, with an endless array of wall to wall food exhibitions, and a plethora of complimentary wine and spirit tastings from top local vendors. Gathering well over 700 attendees, the 2015 presentation is already predicted to draw in a record-setting crowd.  

  Fashion producer Willie Johnson (The Pin Show) will return to head up production of the event, which will feature collections by five local designers. At last year’s extravaganza, we peeked into the windows of memorable presentations by Abi Ferrin, Mario Alberto, Hueso Outlaw, Le’Venity, and Shemara Couture. With a creative twist to the typical fashion show, our insider sources hint that 2015 will be even better.  

  In addition to a venue that is sure to send everyone’s pulses racing, a host of incomparable taste and style will also lead the evening, via KVIL’s own Steve Kemble, a.k.a. America’s Sassiest Lifestyle Guru.  A portion of proceeds will benefit Junior League of Collin County. We will continue to keep you updated as more information rolls through but for now, mark your calendars and save the date. For general information on Design & Dine, visit our Event Calendar for details. Applications for designer participants are still being accepted and are due by January 6 for consideration. For more information or to request a 2015 Designer Application, contact Amber LaFrance with CultureHype at [email protected]. See you on March 19!   Images used courtesy of CBS Radio.    

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