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The Southern Gentleman’s Escape In Dallas To Benefit Capital For Kids

Photo Credit: Graffiti PR

Admit it, there’s just something about a Southern gentleman. Besides his charm, his swagger, how he holds your arm or his cigar, and his accent – a Southern gentleman just does the right thing, regardless of whether anyone’s taking notice.

Photo Credit: Urban Livin

Photo Credit: Urban Livin

There will be a room full of these well-dressed gents in suits at The Southern Gentleman’s Escape, an evening of fashion, style and charity benefiting Capital For Kids, an organization dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children in need. Through the partnership of sponsors and grant recipients, they are breaking the cycle of child abuse while helping to build a brighter future for children in North Texas.

Ladies, as only a Southern gentleman would, an invitation has been extended to us to show up stylish in a chic cocktail dress. White gloves optional. Bring your modern man or come meet one.

After you’re all dolled up with some place to go, here’s what the evening will entail: curated cocktails and champagne (open bar), styling installation, a grooming pop up (complimentary haircuts, massage and facials), art exhibition, small and savory bites, and for the finale, a sit down dinner (3-course meal paired with champagne and fabulous cocktails).

All of this takes place at the fabulous and swanky Hotel ZaZa Art House and Social Gallery, hosted by David Murrow, Shaun Saunders, Joseph Bowens and Dean and Heidi Somes.

WHEN: Friday, October 18, 2013 from  8 a.m. – noon

Hotel ZaZa
2332 Leonard Street
Dallas, TX 75201
Ph. 713-526-1991

TICKETS: VIP Ticket: $125
Please click here to purchase.

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