Scottsdale Fashion Week has Bella twins showcasing Birdiebee spring line

Reality TV and professional wrestling stars, Brie and Nikki Bella will debut their Birdiebee spring line on Friday, March 22 at W Scottsdale WET Deck. (File photo)

Reality TV stars and professional wrestlers, Brie and Nikki Bella will show off their new Birdiebee spring line at W Scottsdale during fashion week.

According to a press release, Purely Sedona will present a fashion show with the Birdiebee designers on Friday, March 22 at W Scottsdale WET Deck. Doors open at 8 p.m. and guests must be 21 years or older to attend Scottsdale Fashion Week.

Returning to SFW, the Bella Twins join a luxury lineup of swimwear shows during Scottsdale Fashion Week’s Splash Into Swim event, according to the release.

The twins will debut the new spring collection for their Birdiebee line. In addition to their professional wrestlers for “World Wrestling Entertainment,” the Arizona natives are known for the reality TV shows “Total Divas,” and “Total Bellas,” the release noted.

Guests will be treated to a surprise when the Bella Twins along with “Total Divas” co-stars, Nia Jax and Paige, are set to walk the runway during the Birdiebee show, the release added.

Birdiebee is an intimates and activewear brand created by the sisters that is said to combine philanthropy and “beautiful products in hopes to empower young women,” the release described of the brand that carries more than 100 units to inspire young women’s confidence, mindsets, and self-image through style and individuality.

The runway show will feature the sisters modeling Birdiebee pieces and the evening will be accompanied by live music, a red carpet arrival, and VIP packages. Also, the event will be filmed for the designers’ television series “Total Divas” on the E! Network.

For VIP table reservations, call 602-405-0099 or contact VIP@Spellboundeg.com.

Visit: ScottsdaleFashionWeek.com.

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