Pretty City: Toni Muñoz-Hunt

July 31, 2015
Toni Muñoz-Hunt is glowing — and not just because she and husband Dan Hunt recently welcomed their first baby, adorable daughter Darlington. The luminous complexion of this Dallas-based model, philanthropist and blogger also stems from years of taking care of her skin, staying active, eating healthy and drinking plenty of H2O. From her go-to hairstylist to her must-have makeup products, Muñoz-Hunt’s beauty arsenal is an enviable one that has us taking detailed notes. Photo by Rachael Wise

Two New Recipes Featured in Healthy Aperture

June 13, 2015
Recently, two recipes from The Monday Menu have been featured on Healthy Aperture, the only food photo submission site moderated by certified dietitians.  We love this growing site. They always have amazing recipes, and I know that whatever I find there is going to be something healthy.

Model Talks about Her Pregnancy Style

May 14, 2015
When Toni Muñoz-Hunt walks into a room — 6-feet-something in sky-high Jimmy Choos, chestnut mane flowing — all heads turn. This isn’t a recent phenomenon. Muñoz-Hunt has been a professional model for more than two decades, walking countless catwalks, gracing many a magazine cover (including ours) and serving as the face for many well-known brands.

Despite Some Oops, Fashion Stars For A Cause Shone At The Dallas Country Club For Suicide And Crisis Center Of North Texas

April 3, 2015
At the Dallas Country Club it was the very real issue of suicide that attracted nearly 250 guests for a seated dinner on Friday, March 20. The occasion was Fashion Stars for a Cause with its runway presentation of the 2015 Fashion Stars (Jennifer de Socarraz-Fleming, Jamie Fowler, Leah Frazier, Rebecca Harper Hallam, Caroline Harrison, Naila Malik, Dawn Mellon, Charmaine Marshall, Jessi Moreau, Dawn Neufeld, Melissa Rountree and Cathy Williamson), as well as the debut of the Fashion Stars Magazine.

Oh So Charitable: Fashion Stars For A Cause 2015

March 24, 2015
After the death of her oldest son years ago, event founder and gala chair Yvonne Crum, sought a way to bring attention and understanding to the usually taboo subject of suicide. Through the Fashion Stars For A Cause program (formerly known as Fresh Faces of Fashion), she paired the unlikely topics of suicide and fashion together with funds benefiting the North Texas Suicide and Crisis Center. The result of her efforts has been to raise over $1 million dollars over the past 8+ years. On Friday, March 20 supporters of this cause gathered at the Dallas Country Club for the 2nd Annual Fashion Stars For A Cause gala.

Event Review: Fashion Stars for a Cause

March 24, 2015
Nearly a "dazzling dozen of Dallas’ most fashion-savvy women" walked the runway at Dallas Country Club on Friday night as part of the Fashion Stars for a Cause event presented by the Suicide & Crisis Center of North Texas. Founded eight years ago by Yvonne Crum in conjunction with SCC Executive Director Margie Wright, the annual runway fashion show is designed to raise funds for the Center’s much needed programs such as the Survivors of Suicide and Teens Can Survive initiatives which help those in crisis find hope for the future.

Fashion Stars for a Cause

December 15, 2014
Each year - the fashion forward in Dallas gather to raise money for the Suicide and Crisis Center of North Texas. Next year's Fashion Stars for a Cause is shaping up to be the best one yet. Toni Munoz Hunt and Yvonne Crum are here to tell us why.

Chiefs Women’s Organization Hosts Holiday Party at Domestic Violence Shelter

December 10, 2014
One in four women will experience domestic violence during her lifetime and more than 3 million children witness domestic violence in their homes every year. The stats are overwhelming, which is why Hope House serves as a safe haven for prevention, education and support for thousands of people traumatized by domestic violence every year. On Wednesday, the Chiefs Women’s Organization (CWO) visited the women and children at Hope House to host a holiday party for those currently residing in the shelter.