Jennifer Butler Spring Fashion Show (from Fairfield Patch)

The show must go on. While many were disappointed to see the Jennifer Butler Spring Fashion show get postponed by our latest snowstorm, the Fairfield Public Library has rescheduled the event for Thursday, March 19.

Hopefully there will be no snow that day, but if it does, Butler will be ready. She was quoted as saying, “If it snows on the 19th, we will plow a runway on Post Road!”

Read more from the Fairfield Public Library below:

Butler will present her Spring 2015 collection for women, men and girls at 9 p.m. After a wonderful success this fall, the fashion show will again be held at the Fairfield Public Library’s Bruce S. Kershner Art Gallery, 1080 Old Post Road.

Join us for an evening of fashion where all proceeds benefit the Fairfield Public Library. A few of your favorite librarians will be walking the runway!

This community event will begin at 8 p.m. with refreshments and hors d’oeuvres prepared by The Falcon’s Nest the restaurant and catering class at Roger Ludlowe High School. The jewelry for the show is provided by Jennifer Brown, hair and make-up by H Salon, photography by luciophotography and flowers by Bridge Floral.

In addition, Jennifer Lilya, New York fashion illustrator will be signing copies of her newly released book, Fashion Illustration Art: How to Draw Fun and Fabulous Figures, Trends and Styles. Jennifer grew up in Fairfield, CT and used to work at the Fairfield Public Library during high school and college. She attended the Fashion Institute of Technology and majored in Fashion Illustration. A few of her clients are Dolce & Gabbana, Saks, Katy Perry, Barneys and Neiman Marcus.

Tickets for the show are $50 in advance and may be purchased by calling 203-256-5768 or by emailing jen@jenniferbutler.com. Tickets are also being sold at both locations of the Library, 1080 Old Post Road and 1147 Fairfield Woods Road. Tickets will be for sale at the door for $60.

This is the sixth year that Ms. Butler has generously donated the net proceeds from her show to the Library. The Library is grateful for the dedicated support of our Fairfield-based friend.

For more information call 203-256-3160, or visit us on the web www.fairfieldpubliclibrary.org . Follow the Fairfield Public Library on Twitter: www.twitter.com/fairfieldpublib and Facebook: www.facebook.com/fairfieldlibrary.

Mission: “The Fairfield Public Library, our community’s gateway to the world of information and discovery, inspires the lifelong love of reading and learning. It offers free access to varied collections, stimulating programs, leading-edge technology, and a responsive staff in a welcoming environment.”

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