Food in Fashion

Enjoy an evening of food, drink, music, auction items ... and culinary-inspired fashions as 3015 at Trinity Groves presents Food in Fashion, Wednesday, February 7, 2018.
Proceeds benefit ProStart, a restaurant career program in Dallas ISD high schools. Food in Fashion is sponsored by the Greater Dallas Restaurant Association.

Food in Fashion to return February 7, 2018

Following its successful debut in February, 2017, the Greater Dallas Restaurant Association will again present Food in Fashion on February 7, 2018. The event will be held at 3015 at Trinity Groves. 3015 at Trinity Groves will also be the title sponsor  

Organized by volunteers for the Greater Dallas Restaurant Association, Food in Fashion creatively combines cuisine and couture. The event benefits the Texas Restaurant Association Education Foundation's ProStart culinary career programs in Dallas ISD high schools and across Texas.

Opportunities will be announced soon for:
event sponsors,
fashion designers and models 
silent auction donors, and
event volunteers.

Food in Fashion tickets go on sale to the public January 7, 2018.  

01 OCTOBER 2017

DISD High School Students Show Off Culinary Skills at 'Food In Fashion' Show

Dallas Observer - The Dallas ISD board of trustees gets plenty of time debating serious issues with each other while sitting in a horseshoe panel. But on Wednesday night, trustees laughed with each other while helping high school students cook appetizers. About 350 people filled 3015 at Trinity Groves to try dishes as part of Food in Fashion, which benefits the Texas Restaurant Association Education Foundation and its ProStart program in schools across the state, including Dallas ISD. Taylor Adams.

16 FEBRUARY 2017

In food-inspired attire, models are icing on the cake in Dallas show

The Dallas Morning News - Models strolled the catwalk in food-inspired attire designed by 10 up-and-coming fashion designers at the Food in Fashion event at 3015 in the Trinity Groves area of Dallas. Also, Dallas ISD board of trustees teamed up with Dallas ISD high school culinary students Wednesday evening to prepare various appetizers that were served in a friendly competition, similar to the show Chopped. Students from eight Dallas ISD high school culinary programs competed in the contest won by Molina High School. Tom Fox, Senior Staff Photographer

16 FEBRUARY 2017