Haute Happenings Boston 9/21/15

It’s time to get out and about this week. Whether it’s to a fashion show featuring Red Sox wives or checking out a music series at a museum, we are not remiss for events in and around the city. Here’s a look at some of this week’s hautest happenings in Boston.

This morning, Saks Fifth Avenue on Boylston Street hosted the 12th annual From Fenway to the Runway event to benefit the Red Sox Foundation. Fashionistas gathered here at 11:30 a.m. to see some Red Sox wives strut their stuff to support the team charity’s Red Sox Scholar and inner youth baseball and softball programs. This year, the group honored the spouses, sisters, mothers and daughters of members of the United States military as their guests.

On Wednesday night, head south of town to Alden Park Bar & Grill in Plymouth for a Scotch, Steak and Cigar Dinner. The four-course dinner kicks off at 7 p.m. and can be paired with a bottle of scotch (Dalmore Scotch 12, 15 and 18-year plus cigar malt reserve scotch). Each course is paired with scotch to bring out the flavors of both the food and drinks. Diners will also receive four cigars to smoke on the restaurant’s patio or take home with them.

On Thursday night in select theaters throughout Boston, Shakespeare’s classic tale of tragic romance will be presented on the big screen. Romeo & Juliet is presented by the new cinema series Lincoln Center at the Movies: Great American Dance, which brings the ballet performance by four of America’s leading dance companies to more than 600 movie theaters throughout the fall and winter. Two of the company’s most celebrated principal dancers, Maria Kochetkova and  Davit Karapetyan, dance the title roles, joined by the 75-member company. Lincoln Center at the Movies: Great American Dance is presented by Emmy award winning Executive Producer Andrew C. Wilk, with each film to include extra features such as interviews with the principal dancers and exclusive behind the scenes footage.

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Boston-based NIC+ZOE has opened its new flagship store soon at The Mall at Chestnut Hill. The retail brand had a pop-up location in Copley Place based on the founder’s passion for art, travel, texture and colors. The new store concept combines great product, exceptional service, which serve as an expression of founder, Dorian Lightbown’s inspirations.

Also on Thursday, the Rise Music Series get started at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Curated by Shea Rose and Simone Scazzocchio, the series will feature pop, rock, and hip-hop artists performing in Calderwood Hall. The first performance, which combines nostalgic R&B with futuristic soul and folksy blues, is King and Dave MacKay featuring twin sisters Paris and Amber Strother and musician Anita Bias. The opening act is pop rock musician Dave MacKay.