Sex and the City 2 Fashion Show

  Well, I did it! I survived my first real fashion show!!! Over 1,000 people attend the Sex and the City 2 fashion show presented by W Scottsdale and Phoenix Fashion Week.

I got to the hotel at 6pm and spent three hours steaming all of the clothes. (Yes, I am a master steamer now. haha.) After transferring all the looks onto the roof of the hotel, we spent an hour making sure the looks were in order for the models. Surprisingly, the shoes are the hardest part. They are SO annoying to get on and off during quick changes and the fit is essential to a model's walk. We ended up having to use some of the models' actual shoes because we didn't have the perfect size in every shoe. Make it work, right?

Each look represented a character of the tv show - Miranda, Carrie, Samantha and Charlotte. I dressed the models representing Carrie and Miranda. It was soooooo much fun and soooooo much work! Check out some of the looks!

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Sex and the City 2 Fashion Show

This Thursday, May 20th, W Scottsdale is hosting a Sex and the City 2 soiree, which includes a pool-side fashion show put on by Phoenix Fashion Week. I'm super excited about this event because I get to dress models in amazing outfits that pay homage to the iconic characters of the famous television and movies series.

One lucky guest will win a grand prize for four, including an overnight stay in a Cool Corner suite of The W, delicious nibbles from Sushi Roku, transportation to and from an advance screening of SATC2, hair and makeup by Dolce Salon and Spa, styling by the lead stylist of Phoenix Fashion Week, VIP seating and a round of Champagne back at the hotel after the flick!

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All you have to do is click here, register and say that you heard about this event through me and this blog.

Doors open at 9pm and the show starts at 10:45pm. Click here for more event details.

Quick Confession - I never watched Sex and the City. BUT, I'm fully aware of the fashion forward wardrobe selection that has put Patricia Field, costume designer for the show, on the map. Does that count? haha.