Studio 411 Grand Opening and Trunk Show

We browsed new House of Dang and Tara to the T designs at 411 N. Tyler St., along with a spate of visitors who celebrated the fledgling neighborhood's newest addition.

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House of Dang designers Andrew Bayer, center, and Doug Voisin, facing away to his left, entertain visitors at the showroom they now share with Tara Tonini. The guys closed their retail shop, also called House of Dang, in July to focus solely on their women's wear line.
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There was at least one pair of House of Dang undies worn to Studio Four Eleven's Grand Opening and Trunk Show. RoxAnne Noblis, who interned at HoD this summer, told us she was wearing underwear like the ones pictured here on a display mannequin.
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Lee Latshaw holds his daughter Nova, 3, who took home a black and white Tara to the T feather headband.
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Browsers stop to take a look at House of Dang designs for sale. Photos by Roger Peters Photography,
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Pieces by House of Dang and Tara to the T were for sale in the private showroom shared by designers Andrew Bayer and Doug Voisin (HoD) and Tara Tonini. The Bridget dress from Tara to the T's Sky Girls collection, left, features a red bodice attached to a white skort with red piping.
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Designer Tara Tonini, shown sporting jewelry and a hat from her collection, donated 10 percent of the proceeds from her line's trunk show sales to Cyclesomatic, a project spearheaded by Studio Four Eleven neighbor Oak Cliff Bicycle Company. Photos by Roger Peters Photography,
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