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Sacramento’s premier fashion event: Pavilions Night Out

Pavilions Night Out is an event inspired by Fashion Night Out, but due to the discontiuation of the event in the United States, the Pavilions gave the occasion a local spin to it. This Thursday, September 19, the Pavilions will be hosting a Fashion Night Out for Sacramentan’s to experience a night of shopping accompanied with a fashion show produced by Mary Kinney of Sister Brother style. Local blogger and stylist has been working along with models, hair and make up artists at Studio 55 and stores within the plaza to put on a show displaying top knotch trends of the season. Trusted merchants of the plaza have worked together along with Kinney to put on an event for an all night exclusive shopping experience. The event starts at 6 PM, but don’t be afraid to stop by early to see what’s happening with stores having secret sales and promotions throughout the day geared towards the event.

Kinney has been making television appearances this past week on KCRA 3 and Good Day Sacramento, discussing fall fashion and the upcoming fashion show featuring looks from Madame Butterfly, Chico’s and Hamilton Jewelers. Studio 55 recently opened a third salon in the Pavilions that will be providing hair and make up services for the fashion show.

The fashion event starts at 6 PM providing attendees a place to mix and mingle, shop the latest fashions and have the ultimate dining experience. Be sure to check out Lucy, Coldwater Creek, Patrick James, Williams-Sonoma, Paper Garden and and other stores this Thursday night because all stores in the plaza will be open until 11 PM to maximize everyone’s shopping experience. The fashion show will begin around 8:30 PM, and the stores will be closed so everyone will have a chance to see a fashion production by Sister Brother style. You can purchase VIP tickets online here. VIP tickets to the show benefit the B Street Theater. VIP ticket holders get to sit close right next to the stage for the fashion show, a goody bag and $100 gift card toward any store in the plaza. Attendance to the general public is free and welcomed to all ages. Get excited for a night of shopping, talking fashion and checking out the local plaza, boutiques and restaraunts. Don’t forget to also check out our local eateries Piatti Risorante & Bar and Ruth Chris Steak House. There will be drink bar near the runway with a small seating area. The Pavilions are located off of Fair Oaks Boulevard near Howe Avenue and there will be plenty of parking in the parking lot surrounding the plaza.

Connect with the Pavilions!

Social Media

Mary Kinney & Sister Brother Style Social Media
Blog: http://blog.sisterbrotherstyle.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sister-Brother-Style/

Madame Butterfly
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shopmb?fref=ts
Instagram: @mbshopgirls

Studio 55
Website: http://studio55salonsuites.com/

Website: http://juliusclothing.net/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JuliusClothing

Hamilton Jewelers
Website: http://www.hamiltonjewelers.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hamilton-Jewelers/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/hamiltonjeweler

Website: http://www.chicos.com/

Ventana Art Gallery

Insight Coffee, Soma Intimates and Bella Bru Cafe will be coming soon to the plaza this fall, so be sure to check out the Pavilions for all the changes coming this fall.

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About the author

Victoria Kobayashi

Victoria Kobayashi

Victoria is a music and arts contributor reporting on live events and festivals happening throughout California. She was born and raised in Sacramento and recently graduated from the University of California, Davis, majoring in Design and minoring in Professional Writing. Her hobbies include browsing through fashion blogs, photography, listening to new music, thrift store shopping and going on weekend road trips. She's always down for an adventure and meeting new people.

  • Trina Drotar

    I see a lot of missing information in this article and a couple of those typos that all writers hate. What was the Fashion Night Out and when did it close and why did it close? How do the VIP tickets benefit the show? I’m not sure why the links aren’t embedded in the story. Doing so would make it easier and less clunky.

  • 1) Fashion’s Night Out is a global phenomenon started by Anna Wintour of Vogue in NYC in 2009 at the height of recession, but she decided to put the original NYC event on hiatus this year. Ongoing demand has led numerous markets — Sacramento being one of them — to continue the tradition anyway.
    2) VIP tickets are on sale for $150 and include a reserved runway seat, SWAG bag, and $100 gift certificate to Pavilions stores — and all proceeds benefit B Street Theatre. They can be purchased at bstreettheatre.org. The event itself is free but doesn’t include runway seating for the show.

  • FYI, the link to the facebook page for Sister Brother style is broken.

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