Westfield Southcenter Announces Trends for Treehouse

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A fashion for charity event benefiting Treehouse, Saturday, May 4th - Macy's Court

Trends for Treehouse, a fashion for charity event is back in its third year. Westfield Southcenter has partnered with Darcy Camden of Styled Seattle and Warm 106.9FM to bring you the best spring style advice while raising funds for Treehouse, a non-profit foster care organization. Camden is known for her practical, fun and budget-friendly fashion advice that resonates with clients of all ages. She will dazzle the audience offering women of all ages and body types the vital information to feel confident in the latest trends while complimenting their everyday style. Shellie Hart from Warm 106.9FM will kick off the event and encourage shoppers to purchase raffle tickets benefiting Treehouse. Raffle prizes include a $500 Westfield Gift Card and a three hour personal styling session with Styled Seattle.

This year the event features two style seminars that are free and open to the public. Shows are at 1pm and 4pm in Macy’s Court. The private, ticketed VIP Lounge will be open on Level 2 from 2-6pm. Guests in the VIP Lounge will be treated to island inspired appetizers from Bahama Breeze, delectable cheesecake uber dips from The Confectional and a glass of wine from Girly Girl Wines. VIP guests will also receive a must-have swag bag featuring a $20 Guess shopping card & more incredible shopping delights!

Style Seminars - Free and open to the public
1pm – Macy’s Court
4pm – Macy’s Court

VIP Lounge - Private, ticketed event
2pm– 6pm – Level 2 above Macy’s Court
Tickets $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Limited quantity available.
Meet the Stylist Sessions - VIP Lounge

100% of ticket sales benefit Treehouse.

Purchase tickets at http://bit.ly/ZBNVBh.

Westfield Southcenter is one of the largest retail destinations in the Pacific Northwest and home to more than 200 retailers including Apple, Coach, H&M, Michael Kors, Swarovski, White House|Black Market, and XXI Forever. Located just 15 minutes from downtown Seattle, the center is strategically located at the junction of two of the region’s most heavily traveled highways, I-5 and I-405. Westfield’s $240 million revitalization of the shopping center in 2008 expanded the venue to more than 1.7 million square feet of retail space and each year millions of shoppers enjoy the array of amenities available to them, including valet parking, family restrooms and parking and a PlaySpace. The center is anchored by Nordstrom, Macy’s, Sears, jcpenney, AMC Theatres and Seafood City Supermarket. For more information, including shopping hours, call 206-246-0423 or visit http://www.westfield.com/southcenter.

Treehouse is Washington’s leading nonprofit organization addressing the essential education and enrichment needs of kids in foster care. Treehouse helps 6,000 foster kids each year through programs that help them succeed in school, fulfill key material needs, and provide important childhood experiences every child deserves. Founded in 1988, Treehouse celebrates its 25th Anniversary in 2013 and has set an ambitious goal that foster youth in King County will graduate high school at the same rate as their peers with a plan for their future by 2017. Learn more at treehouseforkids.org.    

Darcy Camden is Seattle's top personal wardrobe stylist, well-known for her practical, fun and budget-friendly fashion advice that resonates with clients of all ages. Darcy created Styled Seattle, her fashion consulting business, in 2006 with the ambitious goal to help every man and woman harness the power of personal style. Darcy and her team now provide personal styling services to over 700 satisfied clients, and Styled Seattle was named "Best Makeover Team" by Seattle Magazine. Darcy believes every person has a unique personal style, and her greatest joy is helping others become the most confident and authentically stylish version of themselves.

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