4/15: Eat Drink and Be Pretty at the Scottsdale Center for Performing Arts

Eat Drink and Be PrettyScottsdale’s most stylish event, Eat Drink and Be Pretty (EDBP), is just around the corner, bringing high fashion and culinary creations to the Scottsdale Center for Performing Arts on April 15, 2016 from 7-11 p.m. Guests will witness a live runway show featuring four leading designers and enjoy tasty dishes from the valley’s top restaurants.

In partnership with Phoenix Fashion Week, guests can watch and be dazzled as models strut down the runway in clothing lines from top designers showcasing their latest spring fashion. Featured designers include:

Adoire: Adoire is a luxury lifestyle brand that embodies the style and personality of the cosmopolitan woman.  It offers ready-to-wear and custom made silhouettes in inspiring prints, patterns and fabrics that are hand-crafted by global artisans.

Brothers Tailors: Located in the North Valley, Brothers Tailors specializes in exceptional men’s suits, shirts, ties, shoes and accessories. Brothers Tailors has been serving Arizona for over 20 years with master European tailors, woven masterpieces and hundreds of styles and fabrics.

Hues of Ego: Designer Natasha Duran-Lynch created Hues of Ego with the mission to bring life to the imagination and alter ego of the ultimate woman who wants to express themselves through unconventional and unique visions. Natasha has developed pieces that will compliment, accentuate and bring out the personality of the individual that wears her clothing.

Maricano: Marciano represents pure glamour in everyday fashion, from intricately detailed tops to glamorous party dresses and well-constructed pants, skirts and coats. The collection offers a trend-setting variety of mix-and-match pieces that will take you from a morning meeting to cocktail hour in style.

Hosted by Scottsdale League for the Arts, hungry patrons can enjoy a range of delicious menu items from local restaurants and wineries including Black and Bleu American Grill, Cambozola, Crab and Mermaid Fish Shop, Delice Bistro, Delighted by, Farm and Craft, Fogo De Chao, Heidi Events and Catering, Hillersden Wine, Indah Sushi, Cutterfish, La Bocca, Tenuta Le Velette, LOR, Oak Creek Vineyards Winery, RA Sushi Bar Restaurant, Sogno Toscano, Swiftwater Brewing, Tavern Americana, The Armanetti Group, Tryst Café and Village Tavern.

Sponsored by Kendra Scott, attendees will have the chance to purchase mystery jewelry bags for $60 containing jewelry valued from $60-$200. Then, learn makeup and hair tips from professional beauty advisors or capture the night with friends in the photo booth.

Next, check out a new Lincoln, the official vehicle of the Scottsdale Culinary Festival. Or, hit the dancefloor and twirl the night away with live music performed by DJ Desert House Productions and Sapphire Sky. Then, take a break and relax with mini massages and spa treatments.

Presented by Envy Residents, tickets to EDBP are available for $85 during presale and $100 at the door.  VIP tickets are also available for $125, which includes exclusive seating at the fashion show, access to the private lounge area, VIP food, private restrooms, private bar and one ticket to the Scottsdale Culinary Festival for Saturday, April 16 or Sunday, April 17.  VIP will be catered by Eddie Matney of Eddie’s House as well as other local restaurants.

Eat Drink and Be Pretty is located at the Scottsdale Center for Performing Arts, 7380 E 2nd St, Scottsdale, AZ 85251. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit: http://scottsdalefest.org.

All net proceeds raised will support the non-profit Scottsdale League for the Arts in its effort to promote the arts and arts education organizations in the Phoenix metropolitan area, via annual fundraisers such as the Scottsdale Culinary Festival and The Friends of James Beard Benefit Dinner. Since 2002, the League has contributed more than $4 million to numerous organizations such as Ballet Arizona, Childsplay and Free Arts of Arizona.

About the Scottsdale League for the Arts

The Scottsdale League for the Arts is a 501(c)(3), non-profit volunteer organization of accomplished men and women who support artists, arts programs and arts education through fundraising and special events. In order to offer continuous value and assistance to the arts, the League awards all net funds raised to a variety of arts focused organizations through a grants program. For more information, visit: http://leagueforthearts.org.

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