Do some good and look pretty while you’re at it. The best of good eats and great fashion are combining forces for one night. On Friday, April 15 from 7-11 p.m. Scottsdale Center for Performing Arts will host the stylish and tasty Eat, Drink and Be Pretty event in support of the non-profit Scottsdale League for the Arts. The classy evening will feature a live runway show with spring looks from top designers, bites and sips from local restaurants and lots of entertainment.
In partnership with Phoenix Fashion Week, guests will get the opportunity to peek spring looks from featured designers that include the glamorous Marciano, local Brothers Tailors that specialize in European men’s wear, the cosmopolitan Adoire and Natasha Duran-Lynch’s bold Hues of Ego brand.
Guests will also have the chance to score some sparkly loot for themselves. Mystery jewelry bags will be available for purchase for $60 that contain Kendra Scott pieces valued anywhere between $60-$200. In addition, professional beauty advisors will be on-site offering up hair and makeup tips along with mini massages and spa treatments. Capture all the glam in fun photo booths or hit the dance floor in style where DJ Desert House Productions and Sapphire Sky will be performing live music.
Gawk at the new Lincoln vehicle that will be on-site while treating yourself to tastes from local restaurants and wineries. Featured participants include Black and Bleu American Grill, Cambozola, Crab and Mermaid Fish Shop, Delice Bistro, Delighted by, Farm and Craft, Fogo De Chao, Heid Events and Catering, Hillersden Wine, Indah Sushi, Cutterfish, La Bocca, Tenuta Le Velette, LOR, Oak Creek Vineyards Winery, RA Sushi Bar & Restaurant, Sogno Toscano, Swiftwater Brewing, Tavern Americana, The Armanetti Group, Tryst Café and Village Tavern.
The event is presented by Envy Residents and pre-sale tickets are available for $85 or $100 at the door. For an even fancier evening, VIP tickets are available for $125 and include exclusive seating for the fashion show, a private lounge area, VIP food, private restrooms, private bar and one ticket to the Scottsdale Culinary Festival (for either April 16 or 17). All net proceeds from the event will support Scottsdale League for the Arts who has contributed more than $4 million to art programs across the Valley since 2002.
For tickets and more information, visit: scottsdalefest.org