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Posted on: August 21, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Savannah’s Fashion Night announces participating retailers

For Immediate Release
Date: August 21, 2013

The Savannah’s Fashion Night Committee is proud to announce 25 Savannah retailers will hold special events during the 2013 Savannah’s Fashion Night, an evening of fashion, music, art and design. The event will occur from 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013, on Broughton Street.

This year’s participating retailers include: 24e; BleuBelle Boutique@The Paris Market; Cardeologie; Copper Penny; Custard Boutique@ZIA Boutique; Extant Fair; Gaucho; fab’rik; Go Fish Clothing; Goodwill Retail Store; Half Moon Outfitters; J. Parker Ltd.; J Paige Boutique Pop Up Shop; Kathi Rich; @ 24E; Lucy Lu’s Savannah; Marc by Marc Jacobs; Nourish; Paris Market@Brocante; Red Clover@ Chives Sea Bar; Sara Jane Children’s Boutique Pop Up Shop; Satchel; Savannah Bee Company; Sugar Works Bath & Body; Trunk 13 Boutique Pop Up Shop; Zia Boutique.

The 2013 Savannah’s Fashion Night will once again feature a pedestrian-only Broughton Street where shoppers, retailers, entertainer and artists will come together for an evening of fun. Two stages on either side of Broughton Street will showcase fashion shows of local retailers and designers strutting to the music of local bands and DJs.

The 2012 event brought more than 5,000 attendees to Downtown Savannah. They shopped at more than 30 approved retailers who created special events and sales for the evening.

For the entire evening, the City of Savannah is offering a $2 flat fee to park in the Bryan Street, Whitaker Street, Robinson and State Street garages, which are all within one block of Broughton Street. Parking will be free in the Civic Center Lot.

Note: The north/south streets along Broughton Street between Montgomery and Drayton streets will close at 3 p.m. Sept. 5. Jefferson, Bull and Barnard streets will close at 5:30 p.m.

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