Private and Special Events
Along with housing one of the leading fashion markets in the nation, FIG doubles as one of the most coveted event spaces in Dallas. The FIG special events venue is approximately 25,000 square feet of sleek, contemporary loft-space within a mid-century modern building in the heart of Downtown Dallas. With exposed brick walls, polished concrete floors, natural and directional lighting, and additional spaces including a promenade adjacent to a private park, a spacious lobby, and intimate lounge, the space is a blank slate that can be transformed into the optimal backdrop for limitless events. From formal seated dinners and cocktail receptions, to art shows and weddings, FIG can accommodate between 20 to 1,200 guests.
It’s where Nicole Richie held her book-signing party for “The Truth about Diamonds”; Valentino staged its private conclave cocktail party for Neiman Marcus; Grey Goose launched its “La Poire” vodka; “Modern Luxury Dallas” celebrated its debut; and iconic director Francis Ford Coppola performed his private one-man show.
If it’s a fashionable event, it’s at the Fashion Industry Gallery.
FIG Finale is our opportunity to open FIG’s doors to the public for an exclusive and spectacular sale, offering insider access to top designer labels, at up to 75% off retail. The Greater Dallas area’s top stores come together at FIG to sell their women’s, men’s, and kid’s clothing, accessories, and footwear. FIG Finale occurs once a year in August, drawing crowds of approximately 2,000 excited shoppers. The sale consists of two and a half days of unbeatable luxury shopping… and the deals go fast. Several ticket options are available online and at the door.
Dallas Art Fair
The eighth annual Dallas Art Fair featured 90 prominent national and international art dealers representing painting, sculpture, works on paper, photography, video, and installation by modern and contemporary artists. FIG's location is within walking distance of world-class cultural insitutions of the Dallas Arts District. Since 2009, 20,000 guests have attended the Dallas Art Fair, and the event has drawn established and aspiring art collectors and enthusiasts from throughout the nation. The Dallas Art Fair was co-founded by John Sughrue and Chris Byrne. For more information regarding the 2016 Dallas Art Fair visit www.dallasartfair.com.