On Thursday, September 6th, celebrate with local boutiques all over Omaha for nationally celebrated event, Fashion’s Night Out. Omaha Fashion Week and local jewelry designer Elisa Ilana are both holding exclusive events, among many other local boutiques and businesses.

Join Omaha Fashion Week for a bus tour around the city, stopping at hot shopping destinations including an OFW Pop Up Boutique, Togs, Skyz Boutique, Curbside Clothing, Chocolate Peacock, Roots & Wings and many more. The OFW Pop Up Shop will include designers such as Coriander by Audra McAvaddy, Leggoons, Joi Joison, Markoos Modern Design by Aubrey Sookram and more. The bus tour ends the evening at House of Loom, with  party celebrating OFW designers, salons and boutiques. To purchase tickets for $10, visit omahafashionweek.com/tour.

Elisa Ilana will also be hosting a stylish soiree for Fashion’s Night Out. The designer will be showcasing exclusive luxury pieces from designers Frederic Sage and Vahan for the evening and guests will be able to shop while witnessing a live photo shoot in an outdoor venue. DJ Ema Marco will be on hand providing music for the evening as guests sample appetizers, sip cocktails and shop. Facebook fans of Elisa Ilana will also receive a complimentary surprise upon arrival and VIP guests will receive a gift as well.

Elisa Ilana’s Fashion’s Night Out will take place on Thursday, September 6th from 6-10 p.m. Elisa Ilana is located at 13132 Davenport Street, #4 in Omaha.  For more information visit elisailana.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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