It’s that time of year again, when the high heels get higher, the black chiffon gets blacker and the women all around our New York City streets seem a foot taller – Fashion Week is almost here! But before the madness begins, Brooklyn’s gotta represent!
Tomorrow night at Public Assembly, Fashion & Flow will be showcasing independent local designers — including our absolute favorite Maria Severyna, who combines the languid silhouettes of Donna Karen with avant-garde construction of Rick Owens to make totally Oak worthy designs — along with musical performances by Australia’s The Morning After Girls, Imaginary Friends and more!
In addition, 20% of all ticket sales will be donated to ART START — an amazing New York City based organization that gives homeless and at risk youth the means to express themselves through art, and hopefully save a life along the way through impressive programs such as Homeless Youth Outreach, Youth Offender Outreach, Emerging Artists in Residence and 1:1 Apprenticeships.
So fashion and music lovers, and do-gooders alike, grab your tickets here for a special presale price… or comment below to enter to win a pair of tickets for you and a friend! Also, FREE booze from Brooklyn Brewery and an afterparty at High Horse from 11-4am!
$15/advance, $20/door, 7-10pm