On the hunt for fall fashion? Join us at our premiere fall fashion show fundraiser, High Fashion, High Art and High Tea, in support of the fall-fabulous Farmstead Arts Center on October 1st at 2 p.m. It’s the perfect event for any fashionistas heading to the Far Hills Race – or who just can’t wait for sweater weather.
Set in an Insta-worthy 18th century barn-turned-cultural center, guests will sip curated teas and enjoy decadent treats, scones and finger sandwiches while watching a runway show of cozy fall trends straight from their favorite boutiques. Hosted by local stylist Leslie Patrizio, the event will feature close to thirty looks from local fashion favs Willow Street, BBoutique, Olcott Squared and Equiline. Plus, oh-so-cute couture from perennial kid favorite Janie & Jack, ideal for those holiday card photo shoots. Orders can even be placed for your favorite pieces right at the event!
But the fabulousness doesn’t stop there… Guests will also enjoy exclusive discounts offered by participating stores, complimentary fashion sketches created by Fashion Artist, Jenny Slass, an art exhibition, and the chance to bid on a tailgate spot plus four tickets to the Far Hills Races!
The event takes place Sunday, October 1, 2023 from 2-4:30 p.m. at Kennedy Martin Stelle Farmstead at 450 King George Road in Basking Ridge, New Jersey. Tickets are $75/person with special pricing available for mother/daughter or father/daughter pairs, or bring your friends for a table of 10 at $700. Tickets can be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/high-fashion-high- art-high-tea-tickets-675552605027 and by visiting farmsteadarts.org. Proceeds go to support the Friends’ mission of continuing transformation of the historic grounds into a world-class arts center. Grab the autumn-loving ladies in your life before tickets sell out!
About Farmstead Arts: Nestled beside the Passaic River on four acres that are part of the 40-acre Farmstead Park, Farmstead Arts Center is a not-for-profit, beautifully restored historic center for the arts in Basking Ridge. The Friends of Farmstead Arts are continually working to restore and preserve the 1700’s English Barn and Farmhouse to revitalize this bucolic site into a thriving Arts, Music and Theater community.
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