Baltimore Raven to Make a Special Guest Appearance at FashionEASTa: The Fashion Show at Harbor East
Harbor East is excited to announce that Baltimore Raven Justin Tucker will return to the FashionEASTa runway for the fourth annual Harbor East Fashion Show, taking place on Saturday, April 25. Tucker made his debut on the catwalk at the 2013 FashionEASTa event and has since become both a Super Bowl Champion and a newlywed! Tucker will model looks from several Harbor East retailers, showing off the best of the district’s spring menswear collections.
FashionEASTa: The Fashion Show is Baltimore’s biggest style event, running from 1-6PM on Aliceanna Street in the heart of Harbor East’s shopping district. This celebration of all things chic features in-store sales and shopping events, live entertainment from Full Tilt, Super Bueno and DJ Jon Boesche of MIX 106.5, as well as street-side cocktails and light fare from Harbor East restaurants including: Apropoe’s, Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant, Lebanese Taverna, The Oceanaire and Taco Fiesta.
The festivities culminate with a showcase of the best of spring fashion as the hottest looks hit the runway for the FashionEasta Fashion Show at 3:30PM, hosted by Baltimoremagazine Style Editor Hilary Geisbert with appearances by FOX 45’s Emily Gracey andWJZ’s Sharon Gibala. In addition to previously announced retailers, including South Moon Under, lululemon athletica, and White House/Black Market, Harbor East is pleased to welcome to the runway our newest merchant, national retailer Free People, as well as local designer Christopher Schafer Clothier. Haute Blow Dry Bar will provide hair styling for the FashionEASTa models.
FashionEASTa: The Fashion Show is FREE and open to the public. Serious fashionEASTas will want to reserve their spot on the “Guest List” for a full red carpet experience. Guest List tickets are $35 and include: reserved seating for the FashionEASTa Fashion Show (standing room only otherwise), discounted food & drink vouchers good for street-side offerings from1-6PM, an exclusive FashionEASTa shopping tote, and now offering valet parking in Harbor East during the event! Tickets must be purchased in advance and quantities are limited. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Dress for Success Baltimore. The local charity partner will be on-site during FashionEASTa, accepting donations of new and gently worn women’s business apparel. Donate and you will automatically be entered to win a “Harbor East Experience” prize package, valued at $300. Visit the Dress for Success booth on Aliceanna Street to drop off your donated items and for contest details.
Harbor East’s FashionEASTa will also feature a complimentary photo booth by Baltimore magazine and great giveaways, including free Harbor East “selfie sticks” for the first 100 attendees to show a same-day receipt from a Harbor East retailer.
FashionEASTa is brought to you by Harbor East Management Group and sponsored by Baltimore magazine, with styling provided by STEPHANIE BRADSHAW. FashionEASTa is proud to support Dress for Success Baltimore for the second consecutive year.
For more information, updates and to purchase Guest List tickets visit: http://www.harboreast.com/events/fashioneasta-fashion-show15/.
About Harbor East
Harbor East is home to some of Baltimore’s best shopping, dining, entertainment, hotels and residences. Among its many eclectic attractions are fine dining restaurants, vibrant and unique shops, a world-class fitness center, seven-screen art house theatre, and the luxury Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore. Harbor East is also an inspiring place for business, providing a contemporary setting for world-class offices. Welcome to Harbor East – 12 square blocks of restaurants, boutiques, hotels, and harbor-side amazing. www.harboreast.com
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