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(Photo By Jay Calderin) Socially Scene Reviewed ... This past week marked the 20th annual Boston Fash- ion Week and Socially Scene started it off right. The events began with an opening cocktail party at the W Hotel showing faces for some of the scene's top de- signers and Boston's best glitterati. The shows took off from there and all in the style loop received the "dailies" email from creator Jay Calderin informing of the many must see events that the day would bring. Socially Scene got going on Tuesday with dear to our heart and fashion guru Denise Hajjar's annual "Dress for Success" benefit at Royale. Hajjar is far more than just the brand name she created, she's the defi- nition of high-class style for the working woman. The evening was all you would expect from the run- way goddess and each year she finds a new way to top the last. The show was more than just a fashion presentation, it was a spectacular stage show opening with a couple "dancing with the stars" ball- room-type team from Fred Astaire Dance Company. The duo was mixed in with models as they hit the run- way and their flawless talent was a show stopper. As the superb tailored head-to-toe looks hit the run- way worn by professionals like the city's beloved Simone Aptekman and ce- lebrities such as: Janet Wu, Simone Winston, Tiziiana Dearing, Charolette Golar Richie, Linda Holiday and the everyday beautiful women. Between the dancers and signature fashion show, one would think that was the best it could get. The night was taken away as legendary de- signer Yolanda Cellucci -- a timeless diva -- took her strut to the stage. Cellucci is being honored this season with her "50 Years of High Heels, Headpieces and Huate Couture." The crowd couldn't get enough of the so- cialite who has branded our city. The chic designs and pol- ished seems brought some of Boston's most fashionable together. Desinger David Josef was spotted on the run- way; Miss Massachusetts was accompanied by Pageant Director Jena Tang, top styl- ist and manager of Blo South End Nathan Allen and more. The evening benefitted the Dress for Success Founda- tion. Hajjar also gave an up- and-coming designer her Boston Fashion Week taste with a showcase of fashions by student designers from Denise's alma mater, the School of Fashion Design. For all who are a part of the fashion community here in the Hub know what a sophis- ticated and fresh look Denise Hajjar brings to the scene. The night was flawless and many were buzzing, "How is anyone to top that." Boston Fashion Week had only just started, so stay tuned to see if it was a mission that was accomplished. Wine Riots Return ... Bos- ton they are back, the Sec- ond Glass production "Wine Riots" will take over the Park Plaza Castle on October 24TM and 25~. This fall Second Glass is bringing you some new edi- tions; Germany, the birth place of Riesling. The Dr. Loosen Estate has been in the same family for over 200 years. They are known for stunningly intense Riesling, made with 60-year-old vines. Ernest Loosen assumed own- ership in 1988 and drastically reduced crop sizes, stopped chemical fertilization and continued only using moder- ate organic fertilizers and soil amendments. At harvest, only fully matured fruit is selected, and the wine is developed to its full potential with a mini- mum of technological med- dling. That is just a small bit of what you can soak up wk!fle sipping your way through the presentations. Riesling challenge; St. Michelle, the pioneer in Washington State Riesling, will be pouring samples rang- ing from dry to sweet in taste. Although most Riesling is ac- tuaUy dry, sweet has been up- trending lately. Check out the interactive booth and take the "Riesling Challenge" to find out what kind you like best. Taste Mia wines from Spain; if you haven't had a chance to check out Mia wines yet, Wine Riot is the time! The Mia Ros6 was a fa- vorite in NYC - an easy to drink Rose with a hint of sweetness. Grab a snack; Roxy's Grilled Cheese, a Boston favorite, will be serving up some sand- wiches, along with Bon Mi, with creations inspired by the classic Vietnamese banh mi sandwich. Brooklyn Oyster Party, known for serving fresh and flavorful North At- lantic oysters will also be in attendance. Try some free cheese samples from award- winning Cypress Grove, they pair well with wine, will help enhance your tasting experi- ence and give you something to snack on! Don't forget to grab your #wineswag; visit the mer- chandise table full of tees, tanks and totes at every event. Stop, buy, and grab one as a gift for a friend, yourself, or both. The Wine Riots will hit Bos- ton for a sip trip in the city October 24t~ through 25th at Denise Hajjar's Boston Fashion Week collection showed a real women wear that was fitting as proceeds were donated to Dress For Success Boston. (Photo By Jay Calderin) the Park Plaza Castle. To pur- chase tickets visit www.senondglass.com. Zombie Prom ... In celebra- tion of Halloween The Bee- hive is resurrecting the dead on Thursday, October 30~ at its annual blowout bash. This year the space and staff willbe transformed into a "Zombie (Continued on Page 13) Visit our branch location at 389 Hanover Street to open your account today! www.bankeagle.com I 800-BANK-F_AGLE *Annual Percentage Yield is accurate as of 9/25/14. Accounts must be opened at the North End branch only. New money only. A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal. Rates may vary and are subject to change without notice. Minimum balance to open the CD and earn the APY is $500. 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