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Designer Bri Bridge to Launch Collection at Pink House Boutique

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On Friday, Sept. 10, Pink House Boutique in Glendale will host a Bri Bridge Launch Party.

Bri Bridge was the Emerging Designer Winner for Phoenix Fashion Week 2009. Drawing inspiration from dance, urban and rock styles, Bridge's designs are self -described: "Fashion for the modern woman making a statement."

For her newest fashion line, Bridge worked closely with Pink House boutique owner, Danica Coral, to create a collection for the typical Pink House customer. This exclusive line will be available at the Pink House boutique beginning September 10.

Read more about the launch party and Bri Bridge fashion after the jump ...

During the launch party, students from the Art Institute of Phoenix will be unveiling the boutique's Phoenix Fashion Week themed store window. The event is free and open to the public. Food and cocktails will be provided courtesy of Pizza Old Roma and Dirty Blonde Cocktails.

Pink House Boutique, named Best Retail Co-Op in 2009, already sells merchandise by 14 local designers.

Pink House Boutique is located at 7009 North 58th Avenue in Glendale. For more information, check out the website or call (623) 298-4766

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