California Closets Fashion Showcase

Join us for a unique shopping experience



California Closets Fashion ShowcaseThe air is a little chillier, the sun is setting earlier, it means fall is among us-- time to break out the jackets and scarves. Whether you need a wardrobe revamp or simply some autumn inspiration, join us on Thursday, October 18 from 6-8 PM at California Closets (7808 Miramar Road) for a private evening of bites, beats, sips and shopping.

This is the chance to touch, try and shop the fashions from our Best of San Diego Shopping category along with some of our favorite boutiques in the city. Love Tatum Jewelry, Crow Thief Menswear, Leoluca Handbags, Vee Collection by Veronica Scott, Ms. Vintage and Cecilia Boutique will be showcasing mini pop-up shops in California Closet's beautifully customized spaces.

Plus, bites by Panache Pantry (one of our Best Farmers Market Finds), Nothing Bundt Cakes, catering by Cohn Restaurant Group and DJ Daniel Peterson on the ones and twos.

It's free to attend, just email megans@sandiegomagazine.com to RSVP.

Get social with us: tweet #CalClosetsParty to join the conversation.

Here's a sneak peak of some designers who will be in attendance:

Vee Collection

Love Tatum

Crow Thief

Vee Collection Love Tatum Crow Thief

 

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