Over 60 guests were at Tory Burch Thursday for the kick-off of Urban Revival, the new annual fundraiser benefiting Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity. TB’s Scott Barr was the perfect host, welcoming everyone and making sure there was plenty of wine and sparkling water. He also provided a 20% discount on purchases including the new fall fashions.
Dallas Habitat CEO Bill Hall introduced Urban Revival Co-chairs Ann and Trey Fielder and Paige and John Slates, who thanked the host committee and and supporters for their support and said how much it meant to the families who “realize their dream of homeownership by partnering with Habitat for Humanity.”
John told how gratifying a house dedication was “seeing the joy on the face of a new homeowner as they receive the keys to their first home.”
Ann then revealed what to expect at the Thursday, November 8, event in Chef Sharon Van Meter‘s new space, 3015 at Trinity Groves, the new development just across the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. For music, DJ’s Jennifer Miller and Paul Paredes will be in charge, and Tom Addis will create “a cool lounge setting.”
Instead of a silent auction, there will be vintage selections from Urban Revival’s pop up “urban chic boutique” by Commonwealth Couture.
For ticket information, contact [email protected].
Photo credit: Dana Driensky