Last week, GFF Interiors participated in the CRE8 Design Challenge and Fashion Show hosted by IIDA Dallas Fort Worth City Center for the first time. We are proud to announce we went home with the ‘Best of Show’ award.
The hardworking team, Alix Bulleit, Jackie Brooks, Cristina Driver, Kelsey Vusich, Traci Webster and Kathleen Wu, was one of twenty interior design firms that took on the challenge to create a garment in just 8 days inspired by this year’s theme, Super Heroes. Each Super Hero was paired with two design teams to represent the past version and futuristic version of each hero to battle down the runway, and we selected Captain America Post 2075. Every team was required to utilize at least 50% of industry products (1 soft and 1 hard good) provided by assigned local vendors for their design to blur the lines between fashion and interior design. Our garment showcases the beautiful Suzanne Tick Collection of upholstery fabrics by Teknion and Kinetex Textile Composite Flooring by J+J Invision, plus a surprise LED accessory.
Jackie Brooks of GFF Interiors fiercely modeled our garment during the CRE8 Fashion Show that took place on May 1st, 2015 at the Granada Theater in Dallas.