If you’re anything like me, it feels like you’ve been waiting years for HAUTE CITY to arrive. But don’t fret –it’s almost here!

This Saturday May 19th, grab your husband, mother or partner in crime and head to Omaha’s Midtown Crossing for a day of shopping and an evening full of surprises.

To break it down, HAUTE CITY is actually 2 separate events.

HAUTE CITY DAY is an interactive shopping event that runs from 12-6 p.m. Pay your $10 entrance fee upon arrival at the Midtown Crossing Promenade and 31st Avenue Circle Drive to visit more than 50 pop-up shops or “Haute Spots” from brands and boutiques like Kevin Murphy, Borrow For Your Bump, Dante’s Pizzeria, Fluff Your Stuff and Rhylan Lang. Visitors will have a hands-on experience full of samples, demonstrations and more.

HAUTE CITY NIGHT is an exclusive rooftop entertainment event featuring a runway fashion production with a performance by Quixotic Fusion, with doors opening at 8 p.m. and the show at 9 p.m. The event will take place on the roof of Midtown Crossing’s parking garage offering a view of the city as the sun sets.

The fashion show will present complete collections carried by local retailers with featured designers such as Rachel Zoe, Mavi Jeans and BCBG/MaxAzria along with other nationally recognized brands. For $75, attendees will receive access to HAUTE CITY DAY and NIGHT, the runway show & Quixotic Fusion performance, 2 complimentary cocktails from Lucky Bucket & Opulent Vodka and entrance to the VIP after-party.

HAUTE CITY is a one day only event produced by STEP Group. For more information and to purchase advance tickets visit hautecity.com.

Sarah Lorsung Tvrdik is a stylist, costumier, wife and freelance writer based in Omaha, Nebraska. Her style blog can be found at fashflood.com.

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