Chandler Fashion Center celebrates the 10th anniversary

CHANDLER, Ariz.

— The Chandlers of Beverly Hills are celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the opening of their Beverly Hills Fashion Center on Saturday, October 1, with a party that includes vintage and contemporary fashion.

Chandler is celebrating the opening with a live band, a live performance and a performance of their classic hits.

The iconic building on West 2nd Street opened in 2010.

It is now home to the Chandles of Beverly Heights, a popular Los Angeles-based fashion and music group, as well as a number of other iconic Los Angeles restaurants.

The Beverly Hills location has served as the home to many of the world’s most celebrated designers, including Dov Charney, Paul McCartney and Giorgio Armani.

The club is a popular destination for fashion lovers to attend and celebrate the milestone.

The opening of the Chantler Fashion Centers is a significant event for the Chands of Beverly and the Chandy’s community.

The fashion center opened in October 2011 and is a fixture in the Beverly Hills neighborhoods, including Beverly Hills and Venice.

The new location is also a convenient location for the Beverly Hill Fashion Center to host concerts, shows and other events.

The Chandelles of Beverly will be celebrating their 10th birthday in November.

The club is an eclectic mix of rock and pop that includes a number that has been on the rise since the club opened, including the likes of Giorgia Armanni and Gwen Stefani.

The venue is set up in the former Beverly Hills Hotel at the intersection of 2nd and West.

It seats 4,000 people and features live music every Thursday night and is known for its classic-style cocktails.

The venue was built in the early 1990s and opened in the summer of 2012.

The group has been a major draw for Beverly Hills celebrities, including Jennifer Lopez and Lindsay Lohan.

The first date of the show will be the night of the first anniversary of opening night.

The show will feature a special guest who will be an original member of the club, as is the case for the band.

The show will begin at 7 p.m. and will be streamed live on the Chandi.com website.

Tickets will be available for $20 at the venue.