Jennifer Butler Spring Fashion Show

February 12th, all proceeds benefit the Fairfield Public Library



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Clothing Designer Jennifer Butler will present her innovative Spring 2014 collection for men, women and girls in an upbeat fashion show Wednesday, February 12.

This is the 9th bi-annual fashion show which will feature eighteen runway models, and all proceeds benefit the Fairfield Public Library.

All clothing items are made right here in Fairfield, where Butler comes up with the concept, seeks the fabric, creates the pattern and finally, has the samples made.

This year, Butler focused on versatility and freshness, and strived to create clothes that had no limit on how and when they could be worn.

Designer fabrics include crisp wools and silks, underlying hints of metallic, and fresh architectural patterns. The store recently moved from a ground level to a 3rd floor, and the views of the sunsets inspired the bright colors in this line.

Offerings include: Everything from casual wear to formal gowns — for every different body type and size, puckered suede jackets, rain capes, party attire, prom dresses, wedding and Bar Mitzvah attire, and much more! Butler noted, “We make everything right here by hand, to order. I have a full time seamstress.”

Show stoppers: Hors d’oeuvres by Cinch, Wine from Twisted Vine, Hair by H Salon, make-up by Leslie Atiles of Distinct Artistry, Jewelry by Jennifer Brown, Flowers by Bridge Floral and Photography by David Esposito.

Butler encourages guests to come and enjoy seeing her new clothing options for warmer weather, with no pressure to buy. “I think everybody will like a little break from winter. There’s a really nice vibe in the show!” Butler said.

Cocktails begin at 7pm, and the show starts at 8pm.

Location: The Field House in the Sportsplex, 85 Mill Plain Road.

Tickets: $50 in advance, $60 at the door. 

Tip: Great savings on the sample sale rack 365 days a year.

jenniferbutler.com or 203-256-5768 for information.

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