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Your Guide to Fashion's Night Out in Arizona

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Attention Marc Jacobs mavens and Louis Vuitton lovers, Fashion's Night Out is just around the corner.

The block party-style shopping event, which started in New York, will land in Phoenix on Thursday night, from 6 to 9 p.m. with champagne celebrations, discounts, and fashion shows at participating stores including Saks Fifth Avenue to Juicy Couture at Scottsdale Fashion Square, Kierland Commons, Biltmore Fashion Park, and Chandler Fashion Center.

There's a lot to choose from, so whether you plan to stick to one location or go shop hopping, planning out your bargain hunt is essential. 

See top picks for things to do and see during Arizona's Fashion's Night Out after the jump. 

Scottsdale Fashion Square
The Scottsdale mall will have Fashionista Stations set up at Nieman Marcus where shoppers can have their pictures taken. Learn how to make the perfect smoky eyes at Sephora and, sip complimentary champagne and get a free tote bag with purchase at Ted Baker.

Chandler Fashion Center
Bathing beauties get 25 percent off of any purchase at Pebbles Swimwear. Steve Madden will bring in a DJ and, with a purchase of $100 or more, shoppers receive a gift.

Biltmore Fashion Park
Get a custom FNO tote with a one-of-a-kind drawing from J. Crew when you spend $150 or more. Saks Fifth Avenue presents interactive fashion, music, and makeovers. True Food Kitchen will pour one free refreshment per guest. 

Kierland Commons
LATHER pampers guests with free mini-facials and take advantage of snacks and treats at Coach. Shop the new fall collection, and snag a limited edition, exclusive gift with any purchase at True Religion.

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