Lucy Dang of DallasNine Eighteen Fine Jewels and WAAS Gallery invite you to Glimmer in the Dark. Inspired by the dark side of beauty, haunting mystery and the captivating town of Salem, Massachusetts, Lucy Dang will premier her Autumn/Winter 2014 Collection at WAAS Gallery. The Solo Debut will also feature select designer collections from Nine-Eighteen Fine Jewels. In addition, Lucy Dang will showcase “Lady” by Lucy Dang, a collection for Belk from 7 – 8 pm during the cocktail hour. WAAS Gallery will have ALIVE, work by Ross von Rosenburg and Karla Camarena on exhibition. Hosted by Brandy Michele Adams, this exclusive showing will benefit the Suicide and Crisis Center of North Texas. 


It is through our collaborative efforts that we hope to bring awareness to the cause of the Suicide and Crisis Center of North Texas as it is one that is so close to all of our hearts. All ticketing proceeds benefit the Suicide and Crisis Center of North Texas. In addition a portion of the proceeds of artwork sold by Ross von Rosenberg and Karla Camarena the evening of Glimmer in the Dark will benefit the Suicide and Crisis Center of North Texas. 

Lucy Dang:

Lucy Dang, a Dallas-based designer, has been recognized as the 2013 winner of both Texas Next Top Designer and Belk’s Southern Designer Showcase. Her “Lady” by Lucy Dang line will be available in select Belk Flagship stores Spring 2014 

Nine-Eighteen Fine Jewels: 

Open since, November 2011, Nine-Eighteen is a boutique owned by a family with a rich love and history of jewels. Partners and siblings, Darin Kunz and Kim Burgan, inherited their knowledge and appreciation of modern and timeless accessories from their parents, who met and fell in love while working in another of Dallas’ fine jewelry establishments. Nine-Eighteen offers a carefully curated collection, ranging from simple, accessible everyday pieces to elaborate one-of-a-kind statement jewels, as well as, the unique opportunity to help create bespoke pieces. 

ALIVE at WAAS Gallery: 

What constitutes life is a centuries old debate, but what can be agreed upon is that life exists in the paradoxical realm of ecstasy and anguish. Artists, Ross von Rosenberg and Karla Camarena come together in ALIVE, featuring their individual bodies of work which encompasses adventure, self reflection, cultural analysis, psychology and fashion.