When we arrived in Oak Cliff at the famed El Sibil house, we slipped into a counterculture fashion haven surrounded by food trucks, the Vintagemobile, pop-up fashion shows, and Christopher Wray’s retro-soul sounds. Part beatnik, part field party, and everything rock n’ roll, this was the website launch shindig for House Of Plates. And it just so happened to be where all the coolest girls in town were hanging out, including Gypsy Wagon stylist, Molly McBride and Luri & Wilma’s editor-in-chief, Porsha Thomas. Stay tuned for more pictures.
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