Indagare Souk Debuts Trunk Show

The Indagare Souk debuts its trunk show in Dallas for the first time this week, and we're sharing our top picks from among the chic, artisan made collections.

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Shop one-of-a-kind, artisan made pieces like there from the Indagare Souk, which makes its Dallas debut this week with a two day trunk show at the Crescent hotel.
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Hand crafted bags in alligator, ostrich, and other exotic skins are made by artisan Alexandra Knight here in the U.S.; shop her collection at the Indagare Souk, priced from $250 to $5,000.
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Knight's line encompasses small leather goods and chic sandals that will fit perfectly in your carry on as you jet to far flung destinations.
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Founded by Dallas girls Lisa Fine and Carolina Irving, Indagare's owner Melissa Bradley adores pieces by their label Irving and Fine.
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Part of Indagare's "Suitcase Stash," items like these were handpicked for the company's Souk by founder Melissa Bradley.
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A hand made jacket by Irving and Fine hangs out with a chic handbag by artist Perez Sanz, just before the opening of the Indagare Souk trunk show.
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Our top pick among the collections at the Indagare Souk? Accessories by Argentinian silversmith and designer Perez Sanz, priced from $100 to $3,300.
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Bowens Bergeron turned his skills as an artist into a line of limited edition handbags crafted from carved, exotic woods; the Atlanta-based artisan's collection is available for $750 to $2,750 during the Indagare Souk trunk show.
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We got to meet the Indian artists behind artisan label Yatra, and we adored their stunning, vintage-inspired jewels and dresses; priced from $90 to $300, shop the label during the Indagare Souk event.
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