Passport to Fashion

When:
September 16, 2017 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
2017-09-16T13:00:00-04:00
2017-09-16T16:00:00-04:00
Where:
Springfield Town Center
6500 Springfield Mall
Springfield, VA 22150
USA
Cost:
Free

Springfield Town Center will host PASSPORT TO FASHION – celebrating fall’s fashion arrivals – Saturday
September 16, 2017 from 1pm to 4pm.
The event will consist of a Main Stage program (see schedule attached) of styling sessions and a panel
featuring premier fashion voices. Guests can explore pop-up vignettes showcasing the hottest trends, test
drive the season’s hottest makeup and beauty looks and shop the looks of the ‘Fall Fashion Closet’
carefully curated by local style experts. Along the way, attendees grab some swag, learn pro techniques
at beauty master classes AND have a chance to win a $500 shopping gift card! Hot deals on deck from
TOPSHOP / TOPMAN, Sephora, White House Black Market, Aveda Salon, Express, and more!
Emcees for the event are Sarah Fraser and Paul Wharton – co-hosts of the popular podcast, Hey Frase, a weekly
show on Spotify and iTunes covering pop-culture, news, and their lives.
Sarah is also a long-time contributor on Fox 5 in Washington, DC. She was the co-host of the number one
rated Kane Show on Hot 99.5 for six years, and host of Sarah, Ty, and Mel on DC's 107.3.
Wharton is a Television Personality and Lifestyle Enthusiast that can be seen weekday mornings on Fox
5's Good Day DC. He is an author, entrepreneur with a medical skin care line, fashion and beauty
consultant, lifestyle aficionado, expert in front of and behind the camera and so much more. His upcoming
book “Pulling It All Together” shares essential style advice on being confident, beautiful and most of all
happy!
With its original opening in 1973, Springfield Mall was heralded as one of the top shopping centers in the area,
earning visits from both Princess Diana and Prince Charles. Since its 2015 acquisition of the property, PREIT has
revived the retail center with the same energy and life that first made it the leading place to eat, shop, and play.
After a $250 million gut renovation, the mall reopened its doors newly branded as Springfield Town Center,
unveiling top-billed retailer tenants such as Macys, a two-level H&M, and Britain-based clothier Topshop – its first
location in the DC-Metro area. But the 1.35 million-square- foot center offers more than just fashion. With a luxury
reclined seating theater, 41,000 square-foot LA Fitness gym, and endless dining options, Springfield Town Center
is a truly whole-istic community cornerstone.
The event will take place in the Grand Court on level one of Springfield Town Center and is free to attend.
There is plenty of free parking onsite and the property is a short walk from the Franconia/Springfield Metro Stop on
the Blue Line.

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