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Fashion Fever: Spring 2011 Ready-to-Wear Event

The world of fashion is always working in the future. So even though we just started donning our coats and Christmas is now upon us, we can start previewing the light and colorful spring collections. If you haven’t had the chance to take a peek, Fashion Group International is hosting an exciting Fashion Fever- Spring 2011 Ready-to-Wear event tomorrow evening at our fashion mecca–Scottsdale Fashion Square!

FGI invites us fashion obsessives to see highlights from the collections shown in New York, London, Paris and Milan at tomorrow’s (Dec. 2) event. There will be a pre-screening party from 5 to 7 p.m. at Tory Burch in Scottsdale Fashion Square where you can shop the store with an exclusive FGI-AZ 20% discount! Plus, one person can win a free Tory Burch Totebag (must be present to win)!

And then fashionistas can head to the mall’s Harkins Theater at 7:30 for Fashion Fever!

Space is limited. RSVP at fgifashionfever.eventbrite.com.

Fees
FGI members: $25
General Public: $40
Students: $10

Space is limited and pre-payment is required. It can be made with VISA/Mastercard at fgifashionfever.eventbrite.com or mail checks payable to FGI-AZ to 2041 Bethany Home Road, Phoenix, AZ 85016. For more information email fgiarizona@gmail.com.

Fashion Group International, Inc. is a global non-profit association of professionals representing all areas of fashion, apparel, accessories, beauty, and home industries. It has more than 6,000 professionals of achievement and influence. Some notable members include Donna Karan, Betsey Johnson, Carolina Herrera, Zac Posen and Diane Von Furstenberg.

FGI started in 1928 when 17 women, gathered by Edna Woolman Chase, Editor-in-Chief of Vogue, met for lunch in a midtown New York restaurant.

“They had three things in common: Each held a job of consequence in the business of fashion, each held all the others in high regard and together they held a belief that fashion needed a forum, a stage, or a force to express and enhance a widening awareness of the American fashion business and of women’s roles in that business.”

For more information visit www.fgi.org (click Arizona).

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