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Project Runway's Tim Gunn Dishes Fashion Wisdom at the Galleria

Fashion designer Tim Gunn -- of Project Runway super-fame -- has a new book out, and to honor the occasion he dropped by the Kate Spade New York shop in the Galleria last night. It was the man's second stop in Dallas in as many days, after his visit to NorthPark Center Wednesday.

A packed room of admirers sipped wine, noshed on free snacks and peppered the fashionisto with their deepest, direst wardrobe questions, like how to look hip and modern without giving in to the plunging necklines everyone's trying to sell these days? (Our answer: Dude. Try putting a real shirt over the wife-beater.)

Check out the scene from the Gunn show in our slideshow here.

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