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The same year that Carolina Herrera opened a CH Carolina Herrera boutique in Union Square is also the very year that the designer will showcase her collection at the de Young Museum. The fashion show is a part of the annual event, "The Art of Fashion: Runway Show and Luncheon," hosted by Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and Saks Fifth Avenue. This year, it's all happening on November 3. "I have always loved the city," Herrera says in an official statement. "I always meet warm and stylish people in San Francisco who share the same energy and excitement about fashion and design that I do." If that sounds like you, then you'll want to meet her there —tickets range from $300-$1,000— and bask in the presence of her classically glamorous designs.
· Carolina Herrera to show spring collection at de Young [SFGate]
· San Francisco's First CH Carolina Herrera Is Now Open [Racked SF]