Charleston Fashion Week Launches Tickets For Men's Fashion at Society Hall

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Move over ladies, the men are taking over at the next Charleston Fashion Week (CFW) event on Thursday, September 12th. The event will take place at South Carolina Society Hall in downtown Charleston, focusing solely on fashion and style for the modern man.

A set of runway shows kicks off with OOBE BRAND featuring an array of classic American menswear for its first ever runway show. Then, UK-based designer Andrew Clancey - a former CFW Emerging Designer and crowd favorite - will show the audience his signature brand, Any Old Iron. His red-carpet looks have been worn by celebrities like Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, Ozzy Osbourne, Shawn Mendez, and more.

Runway seats and general admission tickets are on sale, starting at $35, and can be purchased at www.charlestonfashionweek.com. Doors open at 6 pm and the party continues until 10 pm. The runway portion of the evening starts with a live performance and continues with the runway shows.

“CFW’s first-ever all men’s fashion show allows us to celebrate the modern, fashionable man through our runway and shopping experiences,” Production Director Jacqueline Lawrence, said. “OOBE BRAND will set a high bar, and Any Old Iron will dazzle with its rock-n-roll collection.”

Before and after the runway shows, guests can browse a variety of pop-up shops and experiences from the following:

  • Any Old Iron
  • Brackish Bowties
  • Cigar Row Events
  • Eclipse with Southern Shave LLC
  • Goorin Bros Hat Shop
  • Ike Behar
  • Lexus Passport Pop-Up
  • Martin’s BBQ Joint
  • MIX
  • OOBE BRAND
  • Stono Knife Works

Upon arrival, guests will enjoy a complimentary cocktail featuring Hudson Baby Bourbon and tasty bites from Martin’s BBQ Joint (the first hour). Fashionistas can strike a pose at the #LexusCFW step and repeat and check out the latest Lexus vehicles. An on-site casino will benefit Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired SC. Other experiences range from shopping and razor shaves to customized passports and a cigar rolling station.

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