Sunday, September 13, 2009

Mo Fashion Events and Then Some

IFB Dress Up Soiree at NYFW

Blogger, Jillian over at passed the word along about an event for fashion bloggers and its readers. The Dress Up Soiree hosted by Independent Fashion Bloggers, Moxsie and Microsoft featuring a panel of some well known fashion bloggers, music, and drinks tomorrow, September 14 at 7:30. to rsvp.

Gossip Girl Season 3 Premiere Viewing Party

It's September, which means a ton o season premieres along with some mediocre series premieres. Go with what you know and indulge yourself in this guilty pleasure at Southern Hospitality. No cover, get Gossip Girled up for specialty drinks and contests. Party starts at 8pm with the premiere at 9pm

Lucky Magazine's Boutique Crawl 2009

An event happening in the West Village September 24, 6-9 with drinks, great company, deals and gift bags to benefit Housing Works. Housing Works is committed to ending the twin crises of AIDS and homelessness. We believe that all people have the right to a rich and empowering life. Since 1990, we have provided the highest quality services for homeless men, women, and children living with HIV and AIDS in New York City and beyond. For more info about the event: and more about the Housing Works:

And the non-fashion related events (yet fashionable in their own right)....

The Quiet Party at Madame X

Genius? A party with the good kind of quiet, the deliberate kind where the only way to communicate is with pen and paper. Scribble something playful to the hot gentleman or woman across the way. Who knows?? Wednesday, September 16, 6:30-9:30. Admission is $10 with a 2 drink minimum. and for more on the origins of "The Quiet Party"

HBO Screening of Bored to Death

Bored To Death is a noir-otic comedy starring Jason Schwartzman about Jonathan Ames, a writer who attempts to moonlight as a private detective by emulating heroes from mystery novels. To celebrate the series premieres September 20, 9:30pm on HBO, the network is hosting an exclusive screening September 16 at Berry Park from 8-11pm with comp food and beverage. Must be 18+ to enter and admission is based on capacity. RSVP here:

The Fringe Encore Series

If you missed The New York International Fringe Festival in August, you're in luck. Enter The Fringe Encore Series, showcasing the festival favorites. From what I see, tickets run about $15-$18. YES. Why should you go? The New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC) is the largest multi-arts festival in North America, with more than 200 companies from all over the world performing for 16 days in more than 20 venues – that's a total of more than 1300 performances! FringeNYC generates an atmosphere of extreme excitement, and our energy is contagious! Now through September 27.

1 comment:

jennine said...

thanks for the shout out! it's an honor to be included in this list!
they all look fantastic