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Naples Botanical Garden Celebrates Hats In The Garden

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Photo courtesy of Naples Botanical Gardens. Hats in the Garden event 2013.

Naples Botanical Garden will celebrate the 11th Hats in the Garden, Couture et Fleurs: Runway Fantasies Inspired & Created from Nature, on November 12, 2014.  Known as the commencement to Naples’ social season, Hats in the Garden features a luncheon and fashion show in an elegant tent, while the stylish guests unveil their finest millinery. The Naples Botanical Gardens will celebrate Hats in the Garden with a runway show featuring the botanical fashions of renowned Naples floral designers paired with the sartorial splendor of Saks Fifth Avenue.

Photo courtesy of Naples Botanical Gardens. Hats in the Garden event 2013.

Photo courtesy of Naples Botanical Gardens. Hats in the Garden event 2013.

Featured designers are Blue Pear, Brimmer’s Custom Décor, 50Fifty Creative Services, Fresh, Garden District, Inc., and Grace Lakes Florist. The 2014 Hats in the Garden Presenting Sponsor is Northern Trust.  Other sponsors include Saks Fifth Avenue, Arthrex, Premier Sotheby’s International Realty, and Naples Illustrated. Please note that Naples Botanical Garden will be closed until 3 p.m. Wednesday, November 12, during this fundraising event. Garden guests are offered free admission to the Garden from 3 – 5 p.m. on this date only. Fogg Café will have light fare and beverages available for purchase. Regular Garden hours will resume Thursday, November 13. For more information on Hats in the Garden visit www.naplesgarden.org or to add your name to the waiting list, call Annemarie Zoller, Development Coordinator at 239-325-1931.

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