SMU junior Krystal Schlegel and Dallas-based accessories blogger Tina Craig of BagSnob.com, hosted an event at Diane von Furstenberg in Highland Park Village Tuesday night. Students and Bag Snob readers dressed in distinctively Diane von Furstenberg pieces like floral dresses, ruffled rompers and brightly colored tops at the event that benefitted the North Texas Food Bank.
Craig carried a Harper Day Bag in dark brown all night, while her fellow co-host tried on a bold blue cross body bag.
“I love her bright accessories,” Schlegel said.
Junior Jordan Kragen is looking forward to spring’s ‘70s look.
“DVF’s ‘Elalia’ dress is a perfect choice for the maxi dress trend,” Kragen said.
Junior Tracy Diers says she has her eye on the designer’s selections of bathing suits for summer. “They look great on all body types, and every year they come out with new, fun and colorful patterns,” Diers said.
While color seemed to be the trend amongst the crowd, junior Carson Eisenhart says his favorite look this spring is a little more edgy.
Eisenhart says his favorite trend this season is “without a doubt the reincarnation of punk,” a look he calls “polished punk.”
Senior Catherine Van Dyke said the event was a success.
“It was a blast drinking champagne and shopping with friends,” Van Dyke said.