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What was the most glamorous social event of the season?

Events ranged from cowboy chic to French opulence, from opera to MTV, but Dallas' social scene was always stylish. We put it to you, our readers, to vote on the most glamorous social event of the season. Choose with care, as everyone is watching. Vote daily through December 23. 

The votes are in. See who won!
Cattle Baron's Ball

Despite the pouring rain, supporters turned out in droves to see country crooner Blake Shelton, whose acoustic performance was the talk of the night. The muddy event at Southfork Ranch raised more than $1 million for the American Cancer Society. 

MTV RE:DEFINE

The Goss Michael Foundation hosted the MTV RE:DEFINE art exhibition in support of the MTV Staying Alive Foundation. Beautiful attendees bid high on esteemed works of art, to the tune of more than $1 million. 

Black Tie Dinner

Three thousand people attended the Annual Black Tie Dinner, which supported 19 LGBT organizations. Actor Leslie Jordan entertained the crowd during the elaborate event themed "Affair of the Heart." 

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Two x Two for AIDS and Art Gala

Cindy and Howard Rachofsky never fail to impress with the Two x Two for AIDS and Art Gala.

Crystal Charity Ball

The 60th annual Crystal Charity Ball was opulent with serious French flair — from a 40-foot-high Eiffel Tower to roses, peonies and floral hand-painted murals. Guests donned haute couture and helped raise $4.5 million to eight local charities. 

Dallas Opera First Night

The already elegant Winspear Opera House was transformed into a glamorous red carpet event for the "Pursuits of Passion" Dallas Opera First Night celebration. 

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