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Phoenix Fashion Week 2014 Tickets on Sale Now

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Start planning your outfits, because Phoenix Fashion Week is just a month away.

Tickets are now on sale for the annual style event, which features a mix of established and emerging designers. The runway shows will be held at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale from Thursday, October 2, and Saturday, October 4.

See also: Meet Phoenix Fashion Week's 2014 Emerging Designers

Tickets are available per evening and range in cost from $40 for "style seats" farthest from the runway to $175 for front-row VIP seats. Nine designers will present collections each night.

The lineup of emerging designers includes Seattle's Atiz, Colorado Springs' Blackberry Maverick, San Francisco's Charmosa Swimwear, St. Louis's Jacqueline Nicole, Los Angeles's RAYAN, New York City's Schuylark Design, Provo, Utah's POINT&HUE, and Phoenix designers Hues of Ego, Kismit, Lillienne Lang, Misha Mendicino Designs, Saba Khan, State Forty Eight, and Woman's Touch Apparel. Phoenix Fashion Week will announce the lineup of established designers in September.

Attendees are encouraged to arrive to the event at 6 p.m. to check in. Shows begin nightly at 7:30, and seats that are unclaimed will be reassigned as of that time without refunds.

For tickets and more information, visit www.phxfw2014.eventbrite.com.

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