Fashion A’Fare

Scottsdale Fashion Square to host a celebration of fashion, food and floral creations

Scottsdale Fashion Square hosts Fashion A’Fare, a celebration of fashion, food and floral creations March 6-8, 2020.

The weekend-long event showcases the unveiling of the Floral Mannequin Collective in the Luxury wing, featuring mannequins as a canvas for original works of art created with live flowers and designed by luxury brands, florists and local influencers.

On March 6, Scottsdale Fashion Square hosts Runway For Research, an invitation-only brunch at Neiman Marcus to benefit TGen, music and floral art displays in the Luxury wing, exclusive fashion designer runway shows open to the public, in-store experiences and special surprises throughout the day for shoppers.

The activities continue on March 7 with retailer and restaurant chef demonstrations and culinary competition with Arizona Culinary Institute. There will be a special award ceremony to honor winners of the Floral Mannequin Collective designs and culinary awards. Shoppers will be greeted with music and floral art displays in the Luxury wing while Arizona State University’s School of Art design students put on a fashion show.

March 8 kicks off with an International Women’s Day celebration, in addition to a Farmers Market pop-up in the Grand North Valet Circle, mini fitness exhibitions, specialty food and drink and flower crown making station and more in the same area.


Fashion A’Fare

March 6-8

Scottsdale Fashion Square, 7014 E. Camelback Road, Scottsdale

For more information, visit fashionsquare.com.

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