Miami-area gals are invited to grab their girlfriends and head to the Shops at Sunset Place for a Girl’s Night Out onThursday, October 11 from 6 – 9 pm.
Girl’s Night Out is free to attend and will include a presentation from style expert Ysset Boan, music and live entertainment, dessert and cocktail samplings, a vendor showcase and much more!
The first 300 attendees will receive a VIP swag bag at the event, and all guests will have the opportunity to hear style expert Ysset Boan, of City Style Collective, Style Market Miami and Style CTZN. Ysset will be on-site offering shopping tips and on-trend looks for fall.
“I'm so very honored and excited to be featured as a Style Expert host during Girl's Night Out at the Shops at Sunset Place,” said Ms. Boan. “I have been shopping at this mall’s wonderful stores since their opening and the many fashion forward yet affordable tenants have kept me coming back time and time again. When I need that perfect outfit, I know exactly where to go – The Shops at Sunset Place!”
Additionally, mini makeovers will be provided by the Make Up Store, and music will be sure to keep the crowd entertained. A vendor showcase will allow visitors to browse throughout the evening, which will include guests such as Hi-Tech – The School of Cosmetology, a Paul Mitchell Partner® School and The Shops at Sunset Place retailers.
Guests are also invited to enjoy the Vitamin Water Zero Lounge and sample light bites and wine from Whole Foods Coral Gables as well as food samples from Cool de Sac, Marhaba and Crepemaker and mini martinis courtesy of Blue Martini in Kendall.
The Shops at Sunset Place is rolling out the pink carpet for the event in honor of Breast Cancer month, and all raffle proceeds will benefit The Florida Breast Cancer Foundation.
“The Florida Breast Cancer Foundation is proud to partner with The Shops at Sunset Place for Girl’s Night Out event to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer, said President and CEO of The Florida Breast Cancer Foundation Jim Konschnik. “Together we WILL end breast cancer.”