The Heritage Ball is Williamson County’s longest-running black-tie event.
But this year, the black tie gets a twist.
In honor of Emily Magid, longtime preservationist, presenting sponsor and chair of the 45th Heritage Ball, this year’s black-tie The affair will have a tie-dye theme.
And for those who strive to be theme compliant, Heritage Foundation is hosting a pop-up stock and trunk show, and offering a selection of tie dye bow ties that will also raise money for their preservation mission.
The bow ties are from local artisan Crewkerne Neckwear, formerly known as Broties. Prices range from $45-$65 for cotton or silk ties, respectively. The ties can be purchased in the lobby of Lehew Magid Big House for Historic Preservation (the “old, old jail”) located at 112 Bridge Street, Franklin.
Fashion editor and celebrity stylist Milton White will curate an exclusive pop-up on Thursday, July 26, and Friday, July 27, that will feature gowns, handbags and jewelry. There will be merchandise available for immediate purchase as well samples available for special orders. All sales will be final.
The pop-up show is noon to 7 p.m. on Thursday, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday at the Lehew Magid Big House for Historic Preservation.
Appointments are not required but are recommended and are available in 30-minute increments. Book your appointment here.
20% of the net sales will be donated back to the Heritage Foundation!
Milton White is an award-winning fashion industry veteran. After years in New York City and the Washington D.C. area, he returned to his native Nashville roots as the Style and Media Director of The Fashion Office. Milton has dressed clients for the ACM Awards, Cannes Film Festival, CMT Music Awards, CMA Awards, New York Fashion Week and Swan Ball.
The 45th Annual Heritage Ball is September 15, 2018, at the Eastern Flank Battle of Franklin Park.