A little over two weeks before House of DIFFA: Futuro, DIFFA/Dallas hosted an exclusive preview party at downtown Dallas staple Traffic LA at The Joule Hotel to reveal select jackets for the big event.
The fashionable gathering provided guests with a first-hand look at some of the stunning jackets in this year's collection. Guests sipped on exquisite Ketel One cocktails (poured through an impressive ice luge), sparkling rosé by Impeccable Rosé Brut, and bites provided by The Joule Catering. DJ Steffi Burns set the mood with her popular tunes while the evening's guests were dazzled by jackets displayed throughout the room and on models.
Jackets on display included designs from Dolce & Gabanna, Monse, Alberta Ferretti, Sies Marjan, Rosie Assoulin, Zac Posen, Theory, Ted Baker, and many more. Select jackets will be on display in the windows at Traffic LA at The Joule Hotel until the night of House of DIFFA: Futuro.
DIFFA/Dallas board chair Lee Borchert and House of DIFFA event chair Tim Garippa mingled among other board members, style council ambassadors, and stylish guests, including Brittanie and Jason Oleniczak, Parker Williams, Preston Watson, Don Gaiser, John Shore, Amber LaFrance, Neil Patel, Rhonda Sargent Chambers, Steve Kemble, Carol Hatton, Nickki St. George, Darin Kunz, Lea Fisher, Dr. Steven Pounders, Paul Hollowell, Lana Constantine, Andrew Soliz, Darrell Thomas, Ashley Berges, George Field, David Brehm, Kyle Rains, and David Hearn.
This year's theme, House of DIFFA: Futuro, celebrates a future with zero stigma, zero deaths, and zero new infections. House of DIFFA: Futuro will bring to life the future that DIFFA/Dallas is committed to reach, a future without HIV/AIDS. This extraordinary event will take place on March 16 at the Omni Dallas Hotel. The title sponsor is Headington Companies along with its retailers and The Joule Hotel and presented by The Louis L. Borick Foundation. More information, including ticket and table details, can be found here.
DIFFA is one of the largest and most successful fundraising organizations aiding HIV/AIDS, with chapters in Dallas, New York, Chicago, Kansas City, San Francisco, and Seattle. The Dallas chapter, formed in 1984, is one of the largest HIV/AIDS organizations in Texas that provides funding to local HIV/AIDS service organizations within the community. DIFFA/Dallas has granted more than $8 million to 25 frontline HIV/AIDS service organizations in North Texas, providing direct care to those living with or affected by HIV/AIDS.
Highlighting the design community, DIFFA/Dallas hosts multiple events throughout the season. Through your support and generosity, DIFFA/Dallas is able to make a significant impact within the community. Head here for more information about the organization or to get involved.