Dallas Design Week Returns for Fall

The fall edition from Sept. 22-24 will feature socially distant seminars, receptions and sessions for the design community.

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Dallas Market Center announces the return of Dallas Design Week, to take place Sept. 22-24.

The spring edition of Design Week was cancelled over health and safety concerns as well as travel challenges for a number of speakers. The fall edition will feature socially distant seminars, receptions and sessions for the design community. Attendees will experience an inspiring week of more than a dozen special sessions from design influencers, business authorities, and trend experts taking place across more than 1.5 million square feet of design showrooms.

A full schedule and RSVP information will be announced in the coming weeks. Information will also be available on the Design industry page: www.dallasmarketcenter.com/industries/design.

“Dallas Design Week is such an important event for the design community in this region,” says Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “For the fall edition we will have comprehensive health and safety measures in place working closely with our showroom partners to support inspiration and connection. We are thrilled to bring back Dallas Design Week in a responsible way, and we look forward to insightful presentations by design thought leaders.”

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