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FRONT ROW CHARLOTTE: THE MEN’S SHOW Front Row Charlotte’s latest event might just be the manliest fashion show ever. Boutiques like Abbeydale and Blank Canvas will be sending their dapper duds down the runway while guests enjoy NoDa craft brews and McCallan whiskey. $50, Sept. 6 , Center Stage in NoDa, www.frontrowcharlotte.eventbrite.com
BLACK. With a fashion show featuring avant-garde looks from local boutique Revolution, a live performance by The Black Cadillacs, plus the mother of all trunk shows and a swanky after party at X, a soon-to-open nightclub, Black is likely to deliver on its promise to be “a circus for the senses.” $20, Sept. 6, The NC Music Factory, www.fashionrockart.com
STYLE NIGHT OUT Style Night Out is back for a fourth year of bringing together Charlotte boutiques, salons, and makeup artists to showcase the Queen City’s style. Expect to see looks from boutiques like Sloan and Chez Elle hitting the runway. $25, Sept. 26, Morrison Shopping Center, www.stylenightoutclt.com
NEIMAN MARCUS Fashion junkies will want to put September 12 on their calendars—Hal Rubenstein, editor-at-large of InStyle will be speaking at Neiman Marcus’ annual fall fashion presentation, “The Art of Fashion.” Proceeds from this year’s runway show will benefit the Mint Museum’s Annual Fund. Standing, free; Seated, $50, Sept. 12, Neiman Marcus, www.neimanmarcus.com
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