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Monday, April 30, 2012

Full Figure Fashion Week

Posted By on Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 2:03 PM


Little Rock Full Figure Fashion Week is underway right now, through May 6, 2012. Full Figure Fashion Week showcases local and national talent. There will be a runway show, a Kurvy Boutique and other events. The kickoff is today at Juanita’s in the River Market. Enjoy margaritas and an impromptu runway show. Dress to impress. ($20, doors at 8 p.m.) Wednesday is Girls Night Out at Maurices, at North Little Rock's McCain Mall. Mingle and preview runway fashions. Friday is Bodykiss, Seduction Edition at the Omega Psi Phi Facilities (2512 South State Street )— not sure what this is,exactly, but we the "come in exercise clothes and heels" part is shall we say, curious ($5). Saturday, back at McCain Mall, the bottom floor will be dotted with live mannequins, and the main runway show will be Sunday at the Arkansas Art Center (6 p.m., $15), with a trunk sale immediately following.

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