Friday, January 20, 2012

Meet the Fresh Faces of Fashion for 2012

Yvonne Crum, creator of the Fresh Faces of Fashion program and her BFF and usual partner-in-crime, Jill Rowlett, held court this past Tuesday at Dee Lincoln's Bubble Bar to the debut of the new crop of beauties who will hold the title for 2012.

Modern Luxury reveals the "Fresh Faces of Fashion"

So, what the heck does it mean to be a FFF and how are they chosen?

Over the past several months, Modern Luxury magazine has been collecting nominations for the program. One has to be not only stylish on the outside, but be able to serve up a dossier of charitable works and contributions to the community at large.

The 12 women selected to represent the program serve as stylish ambassadors to raise awareness and much needed funds to benefit the North Texas Suicide and Crisis Center.

Lead image (left to right): Amy Wells Havins, Krystal Schlegel, Kaylyn Montgomery, Bailey Coon, Samantha Davies, Lauren Parsons, Katy Messersmith, and Allison Wiley Lent are pictured with Fresh Faces of Fashion Co-Chairs Jill Rowlett and Yvonne Crum. Photo by Danny Campbell.


Introducing the Fresh Faces of Fashion 2012

  • Katy Messersmith, Founder and CEO of Katydid Collections
  • Samantha Davies, NBC 5 Meteorologist
  • Caroline Cooper, Student at UT Austin and Shop Across Texas student blogger
  • Carla Miller, Civic Volunteer
  • Kaylyn Montgomery, Client Liaison for Coquerel Family Estate Wines
  • Bailey Coon, Sales and Marketing Associate for North American Spine
  • Amy Wells Havins, Owner of Dallas Wardrobe
  • Grace Victoria Davis, Fashion Blogger and Executive Director for SMU Fashion Week
  • Allison Wiley Lent, Owner of TheSocialButterfly.com
  • Lauren Parsons, Consultant with Parsons Agency
  • Lynsey Wiley Provost, Fine Art Consultant
  • Krystal Schlegel, Fashion Blogger

These lovely lasses will appear in the March issue of Modern Luxury and walk in a runway show at the 6th annual Fresh Faces of Fashion Gala that will be held on March 23 at Stanley Korshak and be feted at a dinner immediately following at the Rosewood Crescent Hotel.

There is also a fierce competition to see who can sell the most raffle tickets for a chance to win a new Mercedes from Park Place Motorcars!  And the competition is not necessarily between the 12 FFF. It's to see which of them can outsell Yvonne Crum! To date, the Fresh Faces of Fashion events have raised over a million dollars for the Suicide and Crisis Center in the past five years.  Pretty darn impressive!

Click here for more information on the Fresh Faces of Fashion, and to purchase raffle tickets via SCCenter.org.


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