It is a hallowed
tradition, as well as a matter of form and function, that fashions change with
Have a look
at what’s new for fall when Cherry Creek North kicks off Fashion Week in a big way, as part of Fashion Night Out, on the
evening of Thur., Sept. 6.
Style lovers will enjoy in-store events
throughout the district, followed by a runway fashion show on Fillmore Plaza.
The evening’s activities benefit programs of Goodwill Industries that outfit
individuals with classy and professional-style wardrobe options.
Fashion Night Out begins with special
happenings at nearly 40 CCN shops from 6-8p.m., ranging from trunk shows and
mini fashion shows to complimentary services, giveaways, and more.
The Fillmore Plaza main event will feature 11
boutiques offering a taste of the diverse collections on display in Cherry
Creek North. Featured fashions will come from: Alicia the Boutique,
Eccentricity, Felice Bridal, Garbarini, Lawrence Covell, Mariel, SOL... Store of Lingerie, and Marks Lloyds
Furs. Jewelry is being provided by Oster Jewelers.
Honoring the fashion needs of young people,
Little Me’s and Little Feet will also walk the 88-foot runway, showcasing fall
and winter looks for children.
The evening’s events are free and open to
the public. There will be a limited number of reserved VIP tickets for sale for
the fashion show providing (depending on level purchased): reserved runway
seating, access to the VIP party before the show (complimentary cocktails and
hors d’oeuvres), free parking, and a goodie bag. For
information, call 303-606-7336 or visit cherrycreeknorth.com.
Another fine business catering to young style mavens,
Young Colors (313 Detroit St.) will focus on fashions for children as they
celebrate their 15th year of
creating and designing children’s clothing and accessories, on Sept. 6, with a
Fashion Night Out party, 3:30-8p.m.
In addition to enjoying a complimentary ice
cream social, kids will be invited to try on the perfect Young Colors outfit
(Little Feet will be on hand to add appropriate shoes), and strut down the red
carpet to have their picture taken in front of a classic turquoise pickup
The Young Colors celebration begins with an
after school pre-party at 3:30p.m. Prize drawings will take place at both the
afternoon and evening festivities.
Info: visit youngcolors.com
or call 303-495-3888.
SOL...Store of Lingerie, 248 Detroit St., is turning 15 years
old, nearly grown up enough to go shopping without mom and dad. Founded in 1997 by sisters Cindy Johnson and
Jeanie Peterson, SOL has become one of the country’s leading specialty lingerie
boutiques, featuring a staff of bra-fitting experts and a large selection of
fine European intimate apparel.
SOL will celebrate this impressive
milestone with a year of festivities. Upcoming 15th anniversary events include:
participation in Fashion’s Night Out (see listing above), Sept. 6; Take Me Out to the
Rockies Game night on Sept. 26; the annual Bra Drive in
October; and more.
For information, call 303-394-1060 or visit sollingerie.com.
author, and TV personality Jonathan Adler has opened his 20th boutique at 158
Fillmore St. Adler’s
3,000-square-foot showroom displays a broad collection of home furnishings,
accessories and artwork, including decorative objects, tabletop collections,
bedding, bath accessories, candles, furniture, rugs, pillows and lighting.
Adler’s style relies heavily on a design aesthetic which pairs modernist forms
with bold colors and
Shopping at Jonathan Adler’s may cause
disharmony in your family, however, as the company motto declares, “If your
heirs won’t fight over it, we won’t make it.” The shop is open Mon.-Fri.,
10a.m.-7p.m.; Sat., 10a.m.-8p.m.; and Sun., noon-5p.m. For details about
Jonathan Adler or to purchase items online, call 303-377-1742 or visit jonathanadler.com.
name may have disappeared from the Cherry Creek North streetscape, but pizza by
Pasquini is still very much alive and well at 240 Milwaukee St. To maintain family harmony (and assuage the sense
that his Cherry Creek pizzeria was too close to the original Pasquini’s
location at 1310 S. Broadway, which his sister took ownership of in 2004),
Pasquini chose to rename his place Tony P’s rather than go to battle with
In addition to the Cherry Creek Tony P’s,
Pasquini owns a Pasquini’s in Lone Tree and one in the Highlands. He will open
another shop sometime in October at 777 17th St. (formerly JR’s). He expects
that all but the Cherry Creek location will proudly bear the Pasquini’s name.
By the way, if you’re headed to Tony P’s
with pizza-loving pals but you’d prefer something easier on the body, Pasquini
is now offering a variety of gluten-free choices
as well as roasted chicken, in addition to a trio of veggie focaccia
sandwiches, and an even dozen healthful salads.
And if you’re looking for Tony’s mom, Judy,
you can find her at Tony P’s – at least as frequently as her son.
visit tonypspizza.com or call 303-355-1177.