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Friday, April 6, 2012

Saturday To-Do: Designers Choice Fashion Preview

Posted By on Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 8:26 AM

The fifth annual Designers Choice Fashion Preview is Saturday at Metroplex Event Center.
  • Brian Chilson
  • The fifth annual Designers Choice Fashion Preview is Saturday at Metroplex Event Center.

6 p.m. Metroplex Event Center. $35-50.

Soaring temps warrant bare skin, and bare skin warrants catwalks. Lucky for Little Rock, this Saturday marks the fifth annual Designers Choice Fashion Preview. It's the largest fashion event in the state, attracting hundreds of Arkansas fashion devotees to check out the merch (clothing and jewelry), the flesh (hot local models) and the talent (do the names Korto Momolu and Jerell Scott jolt your brain? Hello, "Project Runway?").

It's for a good cause — yeah, a good cause other than ensuring your summer wardrobe is up to par. Proceeds benefit the Timmons Arts Foundation, which focuses on restoring art and music programs in public schools. In addition to the show, there's a beauty product expo and if you spring for the pricier tickets, a V.I.P. greet-and-munch fest (rub shoulders with models much?). Tickets are available here, or at Jeante, Vogue Visage, Box Turtle, 4th Dimension Salon and Uncle T's.

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