Paulette Martsolf

Paulette Martsolf is a Newfoundland native who began her fashion design career at the age of 20. She garnered top design school honors from Sheridan College in Toronto and studied design abroad in Paris, France. Launching her successful 20 years in fashion off of a pajama pattern she is thrilled to now offer cutting edge daytime, evening, couture and jewelry designs for the refined female who seeks trend and comfort. Her collections are showcased in her resort style boutique which is the longest running ladies storefront in Snider Plaza. Her fashion influence has proven to be popular in and far beyond Dallas and her charitable spirit—even further.

Paulette has most recently been chosen as the featured fashion show designer for the 2013 Floral Symposium and Luncheon — Art in Bloom by the Dallas Museum of Art League. In October of 2012 Paulette and her designs were featured on the red carpet for the Dallas Opera First Night where she designed four Aida inspired gowns. In addition Allie-Coosh was the first place winner in the 2011 People’s Choice Awards by People Newspapers in the categories of Jewelry and Women’s Clothing. She has also produced two fashion shows and was featured in six shows for the philanthropy Attitudes and Attire and three fashion shows at Artfest in Santa Fe. She has also been a guest designer for four years at El Centro College. Additionally, she has served as a board member for Fashion Group International and contributed to The Bridge Breast Network, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Nexus Recovery Center, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Dallas Assistance League, Junior Charity League for Parkland Rehabilitation, Salvation Army Annual Fashion Show, Texas Discovery Gardens, American Heart Association, United Way, MDA Telethon, SafeHaven, The Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, American Cancer Society, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International, Roundup for Autism, Fashion Group Foundation Fund, Presbyterian Night Shelter, Dallas Theater Center, Dallas Museum of Art, YMCA, Girls, Inc., Dallas Women’s Foundation, Chi Omega Christmas Market, Notre Dame School benefiting mentally handicapped students, Northwood Women’s Club and more.