International fashion designer presents work in Texas gallery

on Wednesday,October 21,2009 20:10


Texan fashionistas might want to clear their busy schedules because "the French illustrator," fashion designer and artist Chesley McLaren, brings her ornate artworks and a preview of her upcoming 2010 collection to the 4th Wall Gallery in Dallas this November.

Over the years McLaren has established herself as a reputable designer, providing works for the retailers like Bloomingdales, DKNY, Saks Fifth Avenue and Ralph Pucci International.

McLaren is also a storied artist, whose illustrations have gained acclaim for their own "Parisian" style, having graced murals, furniture, package design, books and more. Her latest work is a book chronicling the life of fellow Parisian designer, Coco Chanel.

"Chesley McLaren''s designs and art will be the Piece de Resistance of the season," says 4th wall Gallery co-owner Christine Abramowitz. "Dallas is putting itself on the international map for the arts and Chesley''s work is a great way to celebrate this exciting time for the art community."

A portion of the proceeds from the show will go to benefit the Children''s medical Center.
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