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Haute Happening in Del Mar

Nordstrom event brings high fashion to San Diego and showcases spring’s hottest trends


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San Diego might not be as cool as New York or Paris when it comes to Fashion Week, but last week we got a taste of the big leagues at Nordstrom’s 2013 Spring Designer Preview.

The sold-out event at the Del Mar Fairgrounds featured real-life models strutting with their signature pouts down a runway, debuting this season’s most covetable styles.

After the show, guests were invited to browse and shop around the Wyland Center, which had been transformed into a pop-up department store.

Proceeds benefitted the San Diego Opera.

Click through our photo gallery for a peek at some of the looks we just had to share.

Thank you, Nordy’s!

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