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New Line ‘Noble Elizabeth’ Has Deep Dallas Roots
Posted on October 11, 2013 by Heather Lettieri
Some designers create their lines around a single source of inspiration. Others craft items to correspond with current trends. Adrienne Sparkman Hall does not fall into either category. Coming from an affluent family with deep roots firmly planted in Dallas, Hall debuted her capsule collection this Wednesday, October 9th, in true high society style.
Hall (pictured below) was born in Dallas and grew up in Athens, Texas, about 80 miles southeast of the Metroplex. She earned her degree in fashion design in 2007 from the prestigious Savannah College of Art and Design. Thereafter, deciding that she would only be successful with a more extensive understanding of how to market her brand, Hall enrolled at Wade College and later graduated with a marketing degree.
Following her Wade graduation, Hall worked on her first collection for a year. Entitled Noble Elizabeth, the line was named after both of the designer’s grandmothers, inspired by their sense of sophistication, ladylike style, and deep Texas heritage. The Aldredge House, a beautiful historic mansion on Swiss Avenue in Lakewood, served as the perfect setting for Hall’s premier. As guests began to arrive, the opulent venue helped transport the scene to a grand time in years past.
Models descended a staircase from the home’s second floor promptly after a small introduction by the designer at 7:00 p.m. They made their way to the main chamber, and posed on light boxes for three scenes. Guests were encouraged to approach the live mannequins and inspect the garments, ask questions, and take photos.
The clothing showcased mixed prints and nods to more luxurious fabrics through touches of leather and silk. Dresses possessed a slightly vintage feel, while remaining absolutely ready-to-wear. A stunning, gold tweed wrap blouse was a crowd favorite. Jewelry provided by Bohem Unique Gems and vintage glasses, gloves, and bags loaned from Etsy dealer Allie Mora brought the looks full circle.
With her first collection fully developed, expect to see Hall marketing her brand heavily while working to make a name for herself in the local fashion scene. Dallas is in her blood, after all.
All photos, credit Heather Lettieri for DFW Style Daily.
you+style: Posted October 11, 2013 by Samantha Alexander in Events
New Designer Adrienne Sparkman Hall talks about launching her first line Noble Elizabeth and the women who inspired its classic look.
October the 9th marked the capsule launch of Noble Elizabeth, the first line from one of Dallas’ newest designers Adrienne Sparkman Hall. Adrienne, whose prominent Dallas family has made many historical contributions to the city, was influenced early on by the classic and affluent style of her grandmothers Audrey Noble Hawn and Elizabeth Higginbotham McKee who were the corner stone of inspiration for the Noble Elizabeth line. Their influence could easily be seen this Wednesday as the models descended the staircase of Aldredge House and took their place on individual stands for a presentational style fashion show.
The presentation consisted of three rounds, each round spotlighting a different set of outfits from the Noble Elizabeth line. The pieces mixed feminine cuts with strong yet graceful patterns and luxurious fabrics that made you want to go up and feel the various dresses, shirts and pants, which guests were encouraged to do. Details such as gloves and accessories from Bohem Unique Gems added classic sophistication to the overall outfits and made me hopeful that gloves will once again be in the daily fashion repertoire of stylish ladies everywhere.
As a new designer Adrienne is just getting started and she’s starting off strong. With a line that allows for every day wear in our present time but still retains the classic elegance of past generations, I’m looking forward to seeing what she creates in the future for the Dallas woman who’s goal is to feel confident and look classy.
After the show I got a chance to talk to Adrienne about her intricate family history, grandmothers’ best fashion advice and what it was like planning and executing her first fashion show.
Photos by Samantha Alexander for you+style