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Fashion Forward ...an uptown affair

Time: October 6, 2011 from 6pm to 10pm
Location: Various locations uptown
City/Town: Saint John
Phone: 633.8628
Event Type: retail, event
Organized By: Uptown Saint John Inc
Latest Activity: Oct 5, 2011

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On the evening of October 6, uptown Saint John will be treating shoppers to a unique and spectacular uptown Saint John shopping experience.  Fashion Forward is a shop-hop where participating fashionable retailers throughout the uptown will host special events and offer delightful treats in their stores between 6-9pm. 

Be sure to join us for the grand kick-off in Brunswick Square Centre Court 6pm, get your itinerary for the evening and have a complimentary drink of sparkling punch before setting out to shop your heels off.  Get into the groove of the night with Queen LaReine!  The first 100 shoppers will be given a Fashion Forward 2011 shopping bag full of uptown goodies.

From 6-9pm, the shops uptown will be opening their doors and offering some unique pamperings for all of us die-hard shoppers.  Paparazzi and fashion artists will be on hand to capture you in your hippest digs.  Indulge NB is giving away two tix to the Indulge Wine Trail, fill out your ballot one/store for a chance to win.  This is the night to get your rock on and see what shopping uptown is all about!


Of course, then it will be time to kick up, or off, your fancy heels and meet for an after gathering at The Canterbury Lounge.  Here, in exchange for your coupon included on the itinerary card, you will be able to sip on a  special fashionista cocktail, prepared especially for this indulgent occasion.  Make arrangements to meet your friends at this time to show off your purchases and kick back and chill after all of the 'hard work.'

 

Get caught hot!  Be sure to dress to impress tonight as Paparazzi and fashion artists will be out looking to capture uptown Saint John stylin'

 

Be SURE to mark your calendars with a bright pink lipstick 'X,' save your pennies, and plan your outfit.  We're having an uptown affair you won't want to miss.

 

This is a FREE event, and parking is free uptown after 6pm.


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Comment by Uptown Saint John Inc on September 27, 2011 at 3:34pm

Hey Jordon,

We do have two uptown merchants participating who offer mens fashion; Colwell's for Men in Brunswick Square, and Uni-Koo on Germain Street.  You may want to take in some of the other locations as well for more non-gender specific products, Perfumes Plus, Market Square, Aitkins Pewter, Cricket Cove, Handworks, and Piece O'Cake.  And, there will be treats and interesting happenings throughout this event, for everyone.  Hopefully we will see you out! 

Here is a link to all of the stores participating:  http://directory.uptownsj.com/profiles/blogs/fashion-forward-an-upt...

Comment by Jordon on September 25, 2011 at 7:37pm
this seems like a pretty cool event but I can assume its targeted for women and not men?

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