Northshore Magazine Fall Fashion Affair Sneak Peek: Badgley Mischka

See collections from Badgley Mischka at the Northshore Magazine Fall Fashion Affair

Hailed by Vogue as among the "Top 10 American Designers" and the darlings of the young Hollywood set, Mark Badgley and James Mischka (pictured) have made their mark with the most glamorous and stylish evening wear. Everyone from presidential daughters to Hollywood award-winners have chosen Badgley Mischka to ensure they look their best during some of the most memorable and stylish events of their lives. You can see their latest designs October 15th at the ‪#‎NShoreFallFashionAffair‬!

Northshore Magazine’s Fall Fashion Affair is bringing a pulse-pounding runway show to the North Shore, featuring Holiday 2015 and Spring 2016 collections from Badgley Mischka and these designers:

Diane von Furstenberg 

Norma Kamali

Trina Turk

Bailey 44

Yoana Barashi

Joseph Ribkoff

Darby Scott

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WHAT: Northshore Magazine Fall Fashion Affair, brought to you by Northshore magazine and Salon Invi and presented by Lawrence General Hospital.

WHEN: Thursday, October 15 at West Mills in North Andover, 7 to 10 p.m.

COST: General admission ($35) and VIP ($75) tickets are available. Purchase tickets at: VIP Admission includes premium seating, valet parking, and swag bag.

MORE: A portion of the proceeds will benefit Dress for Success.

TWEET: The hottest fall fashions hit the runway on Oct 15 >> #NSFallFashionAffair via @northshoremag

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