WORN Fashion Journal is shooting for the stars with Issue 18 – take a journey through the cosmos with Outer Space Glitter Face, a launch party that’s guaranteed to be a blast.
On Saturday, March 22nd, join the Wornettes for a party dedicated to everything out-of-this-world. Outer Space Glitter Face will be a night to map your fate in our galactic space, The Dovercourt House.
Pin the stars out of your eyes with our very own set of shimmering pins & headbands, plucked right from the celestial landscape to adorn your heavenly brow.
Prepare for landing with an eclectic mix of highly danceable oldies and vintage tunes, brought back to Earth by WORN’s very own Teddy the K.
WHERE and FOR HOW LONG
Time and space is an illusion, but you won’t need an anti-gravity suit or a helmet to find us. We’ll be at The Dovercourt House (805 Dovercourt Road).
The planets align: 9:00pm.
The moon will wane: 2:00 am.
DRESS CODE: Out-of-this-world attire. Cool blues, purples, glitters, sparkles, and shine desired but not required.
$10 ADVANCE TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE LINK BELOW.
$10 Advance Tickets are also available at Type Books (883 Queen St. W)
TICKETS AT THE DOOR - $15
All tickets include admission and a dangerously delicious copy of WORN Fashion Journal Issue 18, The UnderWORN Issue.
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THIS IS A LICENSED EVENT.
For more information on this and other WORN events, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
OSC Cross has partnered with The Antarctic Book of Cooking and Cleaning during their journey of publishing their book of food and cultural history. On Sunday March 30th, 2014 they will be hosting a “Midwinter Dinner” in New York at The East Pole restaurant (133 E 65th St.) in their map room, sharing their love of the Antarctic and delicious sustainable food.
A ticket to the dinner includes cocktails, three-course meal with Antarctic flavours, a few readings, and a limited edition book. They will toast the power of food to unite people from and pay tribute to the continent’s ecological significance. 10% of each ticket will be donated to the Antarctic Southern Ocean Coalition.
Maestro Fresh #Wes on the cover of #WSJ magazine.
Our Creative Director @bangnbangs taking a much needed break at #Intertextile #Shanghai, previewing the latest textile and accessory offerings across Asia and Europe.
We’re at @easytigergoods for the launch of their @provinceapothecary collabo perfume! Come by 1447 Dundas Street West to support your local creators #keepitlocal #toronto #apothecary #easytiger #localmade
Kind of bewitching, and yeah. Good point.
Artist Evan Holm is convinced that ‘there will be a time when all tracings of human culture will dissolve back into the soil under the slow crush of the unfolding universe’.
To demonstrate these rather dark thoughts, he created a submerged record player that’s still producing a nearly perfect audio as demonstrated in the short video below.