Nordstrom Bellevue Square and El Gaucho Celebrate PACE




Last night Nordstrom Bellevue Square and El Gaucho honored Performing Arts Center Eastside (PACE) directors, donors, business partners and community leaders with an evening devoted to food, fashion and the arts. Guests enjoyed a gourmet, three-course dinner courtesy of El Gaucho in Bellevue, while viewing a Fall 2009 Armani Collezioni of fashion for men and women provided by Nordstrom. The evening concluded with a special performance by pianist Jacqueline Schmidt from Juilliard.

Key items from the Armani Collezioni included pleated trousers, a houndstooth jersey blazer with matching slim fit skirt, a charcoal colored wool ruffle-front jacket, a black stretch tie jacket and a black/grey herringbone textured jacket.













Come see the Fall 2009 Armani Collezioni at the Bellevue Square Nordstrom.  You will love the classic details and styling updates.

About PACE
With a 2,000-seat concert hall and a 250-seat cabaret, Performing Arts Center Eastside (PACE) will bring renowned musicians, dancers, actors, and entertainers to Puget Sound audiences. Its mission is to enrich cultural life with a wide diversity of live entertainment, arts, and education. PACE will stimulate the arts region-wide, attract new audiences, heighten arts awareness and education, provide a performance home for select area arts organizations, and serve as a cultural center for the Eastside. PACE will be located in downtown Bellevue on the corner of NE 10th Street and 106th Avenue NE. The Campaign For PACE has raised nearly $32 million to date and is scheduled to open in 2012.


Photos Courtesy of Team Photogenic

2 comments

JessicaLee said...

This looks amazing! I'm so glad you got to attend. You were right, the Armani collection looks great! Also, I hope you had one of those lemon drops.....

FAPORT International said...

Looks awesome!! you have a nice post..