About Dallas Cotillion Club
Founded as the Junior Arts League of Dallas in 1944, the Dallas Cotillion Club is one of Dallas’ oldest and most prestigious social clubs. The organization was formed by four Idelwilde Debutantes seeking a way to create fellowship and long-last friendship among young, professional women in Dallas. In 1999, the organization was reestablished as Dallas Cotillion Club. While the general goals of the club remained the same, DCC expanded its purpose to include a charitable mission as well. Each year, our membership selects a charitable organization to support. Throughout the year, our members not only raise funds, but also dedicate their time volunteering for the selected organization.
The women of Dallas Cotillion Club are smart, savvy and well established within Dallas Society. A group of young, professional women, our members boast an impressive array of careers, from law and medicine, to business, fashion and the arts, to name a few.
Our members enjoy a variety of events throughout the year from Style-Shows and shopping events, to mixers, happy hours and cocktail parties to volunteer and fundraising events and many more. At each of our events, we give our members exclusive access to new and exciting places in Dallas as well as many traditional landmarks.