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Belk brings NYC's Fashion's Night Out Party to Raleigh

Posted September 3, 2012

Last month we introduced you to Belk’s fall fashion trends for 2012, which included four key Belk Style Statements – My Fair Lady, Town and Country, Mod Modern and Vivid.

pencil skirt from Belk

Now Belk is calling all fashionistas to come out to their store at Crabtree Valley Mall in Raleigh on Thursday from 6-9 p.m. to help them celebrate New York’s Fashion’s Night Out 2012.

"Fashion’s Night Out is one of the many ways Belk will showcase this season’s hottest looks now arriving in our stores,” said Arlene Goldstein, Belk's vice president of trend merchandising and fashion direction. “This is a perfect time to update your wardrobe with fall’s best offerings and enjoy a festive atmosphere with a special Southern style that only Belk can bring.”

Special guest, Jeffrey Thorpe, senior vice president and creative director of Jones New York, will be attending to showcase fall’s best denim looks at 7 p.m. in the Jones New York Signature Shop at Belk in Crabtree Valley Mall.

Belk Free Tain CaseThe first 100 event guests will receive a free chic train case. Customers will also get a taste of NYC with cupcakes from Magnolia Bakery, candy from Dylan’s Candy Bar and a signature Frrrozen Hot Chocolate from Serendipity 3. They will also have the chance to register to win a VIP trip for two to Charleston’s Fashion Week 2013.

Guests of Belk will be also able to check out the latest fall looks from shops such as French Connection, Lilly Pulitzer, Free People, Karen Kane, Ladies’ Shoes and more. Adding to the fun, there will be a red carpet in the Belk Sophie Max shop and a chance to take home a photo souvenir.

Another treat for the night is guests can visit the Estee Lauder counter for a free polish change and experience Pure Color Nail Lacquer with True Vision Technology which will take your nail color to another level. Plus, receive a free intense Double- Ended Kajal Eye Pencil with your make – up consultation.


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