Release date: November 28, 2001
|What||Saks Fifth Avenue invites the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's Contemporary Extension (CX), its members, their friends and all those interested in a fanciful and festive holiday event to Glow, a party with panache.|
William Wegman signing three books: The Night Before Christmas (the inspiration for Saks' window displays), Wegmanology and Reflections
Majestic Swing, 5-piece band crooning and playing music from the cocktail culture
Devil-Ettes, presenting their own brand of synchronized dance
DJ spinning dance music and carols
Santa photo loungea very contemporary Santa
Reincarnation Journey (guests take an escalator ride to their next life), the Resolution Tree (created by partygoers) and Glitter Glow (make-up with sheen) stations
luscious libations and tantalizing treats
exclusive holiday shopping at Saks Fifth Avenue's beautifully renovated store
|When||Thursday, December 6|
|Where||Saks Fifth Avenue|
384 Post Street, Union Square, San Francisco
|More||$25 for CX members; $35 non-members; $40 at the door For more information call 415/357-4086 or visit www.sfmomacx.org. Sponsors include Saks Fifth Avenue, Clos Du Val Wine Co., eBay, Inc., Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, 7 x 7 Magazine and Vincent Van Gogh Vodka|
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San Francisco, CA 94103
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