Denim Guide to Fashion’s Night Out 2012

VOGUE’s Fashion’s Night Out takes place today across cities throughout the world with the biggest ever shopping extravaganza. From unmissable buys to star-studded events, we’re making sure you don’t miss out on the fashion street party of the year. We’ve ploughed through the extensive emails and blog listings to give you the one-step guide to the best denim events happening across the globe this evening.

Starting off in London, we recommend beginning your evening at Liberty London’s Fashion Fun Fair, where MiH will be will be “Seeing Stripes” (you’ll have to visit to see why) and giving three lucky people the chance to win an entire MiH outfit by finding three giant gold doves hidden around the Liberty store (what’s better than a fashion treasure hunt, really?). You can follow them on twitter for clues (@mihjeans) or have a chat with the MiH girls in Liberty who might give some hints if you ask nicely.

If your looking for a bit of celebrity spotting, Diesel will be hosting an exclusive film premiere at their Bond Street store featuring their five iconic girls: Coco Rocha, Theodora Richards, Tali Lennox, Kasia Smutniak and Poppy Delevingne. Anyone looking to get their perfect fitting jeans should head over to Selfridges, where they continue their Destination Denim events with Levi’s Tailor Shop. Give your jeans to the expert Levi’s tailor for a complete custom look and choose from a menu of alterations for the ultimate bespoke fit and finish. If that doesn’t tempt, then perhaps Opening Ceremony’s Korean-themed party or Acne’s Swedish party, both with live DJ’s and band sets, might do the trick.

New Yorkers should head to Goldsign where they will be debuting their slim-leg pumpkin-colored corduroy jean, and will be offering astrology and tarot card reading as well as a chance to meet AG Jeans Founder and director, Adriano Goldschmied. While you’re in the area, it will be worth stopping off at Guess Jeans to get a mini-pampering session, while sipping on cocktails and eating sweets.

At Paige Premium’s Meatpacking and Beverly Hills stores, Paige will be debuting a new Coated Denim collection, and a pair of jeans will be raffled off every hour during the evening. If you’re looking for more coated denim, check out JBrand’s exclusive FNO jean, which will be on sale at various FNO events across the country. Oak is teaming up with Cheap Monday for a night of music, drinks, and freebies. They’ll have David P. of Fixed upstairs, keeping the dance floor alive, while downstairs there will be a Cheap Monday pop-up shop, complete with exclusive styles. Finish off the evening at Earnest Sewn where you can sip on more cocktails and danc the night away.

True Religion brings the excitement of Fashion’s Night Out street style to Beverly Center in L.A., where you can visit the FNO Social Hub throughout the night for your chance to meet and be photographed by some of the city’s most influential bloggers. The Denim Guy invites you to JBrand’s denim event at Ron Herman, where he will be hosting alongside style blogger Carla Deras of Karla’s Closet. Meanwhile, Kill City celebrates with Fashion Kills at their Melrose store, where they invite you to shop, dance and drink.

We’ll be tweeting live all night from New York and London, bringing you all the action from what is set to be the biggest and best FNO to date. To read the latest updates as they happen, use the #FNO official hash tag on Twitter or check out the FNO Facebook page. To make your evening even easier, use the FNO map provided by Vogue, which details what each individual store has planned.





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