TFW PRESENTS: TUCSON LADIES COUNCIL MAISON DE MODE

  • ETHERTON GALLERY 135 South 6th Avenue Tucson, AZ, 85701

Maison de Mode literally translates to the house of fashion. This exclusive evening of art, fashion, food and champagne will take guests on a metropolitan yet intimate journey of three unique locations and events. This is an all-in-one fashion, food and art filled evening benefitting the Southern Arizona Children’s Advocacy Center (SACAC).

The night will begin with an art reception and fashion presentation at the historic and acclaimed Terry Etherton Gallery. Guests will be treated to culinary delights by the James Beard Award-winning Chef, Janos Wilder and a meet and greet with fashion designers Henry Picado and Shahida Clayton from Shahida Parides. 

Under a sea of lights, guests will be escorted by roaming musicians to the Carriage House for drinks, photos and an intimate salon-style fashion show featuring regional designers, retailers, the launch of Shahida Parides’ luxury collection, designer Henry Picado's Prêt-à-Porter Fall 2017 collection, and presentations by (W) Boutique and Posh Boutique.

The evening wraps up with a classic Fashion Week party hosted by Merci Gallery and Perrier Jouet. Guests will be treated to champagne and chocolate bonbons while listening to music, looking at art and shopping the highly curated selections of Henry Picado and Shahida Parides. This afterparty is included with a ticket for this night; admission to the afterparty is only available through purchase of a Maison de Mode ticket.

DJ Corbin Dooley, will spin international sounds, original mixes and some fun dance music.

The Tucson Ladies Council truly believes in the spirit and generosity of the people in the Tucson community.  They are committed in recognizing an individual each year who embodies that spirit of giving.  TLC is proud to announce that Mrs. Neelam Sethi will be presented with the 2016 Crystal Heart Award at Maison de Mode.

This charitable event is limited to 185 guests, each ticket is $200 and 100% of ticket sales benefit the SACAC. 

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