Thursday, October 20, 2011

Fashion show photos from Lights! Camera! Fashion! event

Posted By on Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 11:51 AM

The second annual Lights! Camera! Fashion! event (which took place Oct. 16) was, as expected, a fun time of networking, enjoying delicious food and drinks and most importantly fashion. The fashion show itself gave a full rundown of the must-have fall items, all of which are available at Belk SouthPark. These looks were arranged in themes like, "Classic Charm" (Less proper, More pretty), "High Country" (New American Classics), "Smart Cuts (Modern styles you can wear) and one of the highlights of the evening, a special presentation of Karen Kane designs. The designer herself was in attendance for the show and looked as glamorous as ever.

Last year, this event raised more than $40,000 for The Junior League of Charlotte, and judging by the number of people in attendance as well as the way the Q.C.'s fashionistas were shopping, I'd have to say, they did a wonderful job of fundraising this year as well. It seemed that every floor of Belk was bustling with women eager to enter the various raffles, enjoying the live entertainment, being seated for the fashion shows or hanging out in the very swanky Vitaminwater VIP lounge. With a smile on every face and a Belk shopping bag or overflowing gift bag in every hand, I would have to surmise that the guests truly enjoyed themselves for a wonderful cause.

Here are some shots from the fashion show.

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