February Fashion Events

February Fashion Happenings

Jean Paul Gaulthier Spring 2011

 Love is in the air and spring is right around the corner! Get out there and check out some of these cool events in Nashville and Palm Beach!  It’s time to start thinking  about your spring wardrobe!

Nashville 

02/05/11

Sale at Boutique/Store
Located @ SPACES in Belle Meade 6000 Highway 100 Nashville, TN 37205
Starting Date & Time Saturday, February the 5th, 2011 @ 10:00AM
Ending Date & Time Saturday, February the 5th, 2011 @ 04:00PM
Posted By Alicia Boswell
Fashion for a Fraction brings together Nashville’s hottest boutiques to one location. Shop local boutiques showcasing clothing, denim, handbags, and accessories at discounted prices. (Presented by Her Nashville) Tickets are $5, and proceeds will benefit Centerstone. Some of this season’s participating boutiques: Betsy’s, Blush, d. marlene jewelry, The French Shoppe, Gin-O’ Boutique, Hardware Merry, Hemline, Ivey, Muse & MORE!!!!

02/07/11

Trunk Show
Located @ The Basement of 1604 8th Avenue South
Starting Date & Time Monday, February the 7th, 2011 @ 08:00PM
Ending Date & Time Monday, February the 7th, 2011 @ 11:00PM
Join The Goodbuy Girls for their 1 Year Anniversary Rock & Trunk Show Celebration!
Artists include GG Owner, Tanya Coe -GG’s Brianne, Darla, Meghan D’Amico and more! Along with some special guests!  Shop The Trunk Show which will include one of a kind vintage, clearance, and GB clothing (for men)!  $5 Admission gets you a GG tote bag loaded with 16th St Deals and FREE pair of Earrings! As well as entrance into an ULTIMATE GG RAFFLE (Value $200)!

-Check In on Yelp! using your mobile phone and you’ll get in FREE and receive a Tote bag full of Yelp! goodies, 16th St shopping coupons, a NashVintage Map and pair of earrings from Goodbuy Girls!

01/28-02/28

Nashville’s Top Emerging Fashion Designer CompetitionOther Casting Call
Located @ online submission
Starting Date & Time Friday, January the 28th, 2011 @ 12:00PM
Ending Date & Time Monday, February the 28th, 2011 @ 09:00PM
The Belcourt Theatre announces a fashion design competition to find Nashville’s most promising designer as part of its second annual nD Festival, a fundraiser that celebrates independent film, fashion and music. Competitors will engage in an application process that includes producing a full look inspired by great American road movies. The winner of the nD Emerging Designer competition will show his or her runway looks alongside two visiting national designers at the nD Festival’s fashion show, slated for Fall 2011 at the Belcourt Theatre. Open to any Nashville-area designer over the age of 21, there is no fee to participate in the competition. The deadline to submit the first round of application materials is Monday, Feb. 28, 2011. Applications and guidelines will be available online at http://www.belcourt.org/ as of Friday, Jan. 28.  

An expert panel of judges will select the winner, whom they believe has the talent to represent the future of independent fashion in Nashville. Competition judges include Laura Brown, special events and features director of Harper’s Bazaar magazine and featured judge on Bravo TV’s “The Fashion Show”; and Carrie and Matt Eddmenson, owners of the Nashville-based denim company Imogene + Willie and featured designers in the 2010 nD Festival fashion show.

To join fashion with film, a Nashville independent filmmaker will incorporate the nD Emerging Designer’s winning looks into a short film that will screen during the nD Festival fashion show. The winner will also receive a stipend and other prizes to go toward production of the featured collection and mentoring sessions with nationally known designers Carrie and Matt Eddmenson, and Natalie Chanin of Alabama Chanin. The nD Festival will take place in late September 2011 (specific dates TBD). Co-chairs for the event are Holly Bryant and Libby Callaway. Approximately 1,000 people attended last year’s nD Festival, which raised more than $30,000 for new audience seating and improvements at the Belcourt Theatre.

For more info, send emails to nDfestival@belcourt.org

02/08/2011

Social Event/Mixer/Party
Located @ Sambuca
Starting Date & Time Tuesday, February the 8th, 2011 @ 05:30PM
Ending Date & Time Tuesday, February the 8th, 2011 @ 08:30PM
There is a $25 fee for this event. Please register and pay at: http://eventbrite.com/event.1211984077

Nashville Fashion Events’ Alicia Boswell will have ‘live’ props to show us how to dress for our body shape and how to use accessories to completely change the look of your favorite LBD. She will also be available for individual consultations.
Mini makeovers, how to go from day to night with just your eye makeup!
Door prizes will be fashion related.
$50 Muse Boutique Gift Certificate
$50 Make Application from Private Edition
$25 Red Door Shoe Outlet Gift Certificate
Lia Sophia jewelry piece

Door Prize Rules:
Each guest will get 4 tickets with the chance to get more.
Bring your membership card and receive an extra ticket!
Wear your lapel pen and receive an extra ticket.
Bring a friend and receive an extra ticket.
Wear a LBD and receive an extra ticket.
Join LBDC this night and receive 3 extra tickets!
We will also have a fashion Q&A with the chance to win more.
Muse Boutique and Lia Sophia will be selling inventory with special discounts. 10% off your total Muse Boutique purchase and $10 off your total Lia Sophia purchase!
And lets not forget Sambuca! We have a wonderful menu and you’ll receive a FREE glass of wine, plus the happy hour menu will be available until 6:30.

For more information on Nashville Fashion Events visit http://nashvillefashionevents.com.

 

Michael Kors Spring 2011

Palm Beach

Lilly Pulitzer Exhibit-”For the Love of Lilly”

 More than 50 years of iconic Lilly Pulitzer fashions, lifestyle, and history. Organized, developed, and presented by the Museum of Lifestyle and Fashion History.

-Group tours and school field trips available. Contact museum for rates.
Regular museum hours close at 4pm

Tuesday, Feb 1 11:00a
 
Retro Indie Market
Saturday, Feb 12 11:00a to 6:00p
at Boynton Beach Womans Club, Boynton Beach, FLRetro Indie Market, fresh vintage & handmade finds!  We’ve combined our love of vintage, handmade crafts, flea market finds and country chic into one perfect market.
-vintage couture & DIY fashions
-handmade jewelry & antique costume jewelry
-mid-century modern decorative objects & house wares
-vintage inspired indie crafts, art & home décor
-70+ Vendors
Dadeland Mall Hosts “Martinis & Handbags, a Girl’s Night Out”
Thursday, Feb 24 6:00p to 8:30p
at Dadeland Mall, Miami, FL

Dadeland Mall invites all ladies to sip, dine and wine at its “Martinis & Handbags, Girl’s Night Out.” A local fashion expert will share tips, tricks and treats to mix and match the latest fashions. The expert will also show attendees how to pair handbags with the right clothing and shoes.

 Ladies will indulge in delectable drinks compliments of Villagio and fabulous finds while enjoying live demonstrations and a silent auction to benefit the Simon Youth Foundation.

For more information on Palm Beach Fashion events visit www.pbpulse.com.

Have a fashionable February!  Need help getting your spring wardrobe in shape? Want ideas for what to buy?  We’ve got you covered!
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