Lights! Camera! Fashion! Returns Oct. 16
Posted: Wednesday, Oct. 05, 2011
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The Junior League of Charlotte is again partnering with Belk for the second annual Lights! Camera! Fashion! scheduled for Oct. 16 at the SouthPark store.
The event, which in its first year attracted a sell-out crowd of more than 750 people and raised more than $40,000 for the Charlotte philanthropy, will feature a runway show as well as product demonstrations, hors doeuvres, dessert and drinks inside the store. Designer Karen Kane
will be the guest of honor at the event.
The Junior League of Charlotte is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community. In the 2011-12 JLC year, the JLC will dedicate more than $150,000 and almost 500 volunteers to the betterment of the Charlotte community.
General admission tickets are $50 each or two for $90, and include a gift bag. VIP tickets are $85 each or two or $150 and include a deluxe giftbag, reserved seating, Red Carpet Giveaway tickets and a Diamonds and Champagne toast.
For additional information or tickets, call (704) 375-‐5993 or visit www.jlcharlotte.org
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