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CSC Summer Party

Christopher Schafer Clothier celebrates customers at tomorrow's event

By Jamie Edelen | July 29, 2014, 12:00 am

Style & Shopping

CSC Summer Party

Christopher Schafer Clothier celebrates customers at tomorrow's event

By Jamie Edelen | July 29, 2014, 12:00 am

Christopher Schafer Clothier—just named Baltimore magazine's Best Tailor—will show its customer appreciation by throwing a free thank-you party tomorrow night.

The event will include complimentary food and drink for attendees, while enjoying live music by Baltimore-based Mark Hopkins & the HotelFurr Guitars will also be in store to show off the company's custom guitars and to debut one of its newest models.

So throw on some stylish clothing (Curtis Blank Imagery will photograph the party) and head over to the CSC studio (1400 Aliceanna St.) between 6 and 9 p.m., Wednesday, July 30.

Check the event’s Facebook page for more information.




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