Saturday, February 20, 2010

Sales and Future event!

Fashion week is over (not really for me), but now I am dealing with showroom demand and other interesting offer.
I am not going to talk about FASHION again as I know some of you maybe would like to take a break after a long week and also dealing with the tragic death of Alexander MC Queen. What a great lost! Peace be with him!

I would like to share two (2) lovely places in Brooklyn with you today and for those of you who have not been there as yet, I suggest you take the time to check them out, you wont be disappointed.
1- My favorite store; Better Than Jam Handmade Co-Op.   Visit their website at  great store, all fresh and new, just open their doors only a few weeks ago (February 1st). You will find a range of great Brooklyn local designers in there.  Located in East Williamsburg, the place is just fantastic and the owner Karin is awesome. There will be monthly events, workshops and each designers will have the ability to host their own trunk show accordingly.

Starting this Saturday until the first week of March, all my pieces will have a 30% reduction. I am cleaning up ladies. Spring is right around the corner and I need to make space for new goodies. So don't hesitate to stop by this weekend and everyday day next week to purchase that dress, that convertible duffel or tote bag you wanted so much.

2- My second place is Linger Cafe Lounge located in the heart of Boerum Hill in Brooklyn. So easy to get there, you wont believe it. It is right on Atlantic ave (bet 3rd & 4th ave). Subway lines to Atlantic/Pacific ave are; the 2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, Q, M, N, R  and also the LIRR as the place is only one short block from the station. The owner, Jessica is the most beautiful person whom I ever met. She is nice, kind, always smiling and a great host. Did I mention that I decided from now on all my events will be there and then some? Oh yes, as a matter of fact my next one is schedule for March 4th, more details later, as of next week Tuesday.
Make sure you keep that day open as it is going to be a fantastic, wonderful and great night.
Visit their website at so you can have an idea of the place and to keep up with all their events. Was there for a meeting early Friday evening, going back Saturday afternoon for brunch and to enjoy an afternoon with great music. The food there is...  sorry I am still searching for a word to describe it. Better yet don't take my word for it just go and give it a try you wont regret it.
A few pics from my last event at the location a few weeks ago.

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