By Razi Schwartz
Name one person you know that doesn’t have a subscription to New York Magazine. You can’t, can you? That’s because it’s basically the New Yorker’s unofficial bible. It literally tells me where I should shop, what to eat, where to party, what I need to be waxing now in order to be hip, which New Yorker’s I should hate and why I love hating them. Actually, that would make the editors like…apostles…no? So that means we should all listen intently to what they say because, well frankly, they are a shitload cooler than a lot of people ever will be. OK, I’LL ADMIT IT, THEY ARE ALL COOLER THAN ME. What are you trying to do, send me into MORE years of therapy. Thanks.
These editrices are gorgeous, smart, and so in-the-know. What the hell is sexier than a hot, independent, powerful New York woman who knows everything about…well, mostly everything (at least everything you care about…and maybe even some stuff you don’t care about). Oh, wait, I know. What if said editrices were at a small, private-ish event at a rockin’ cool bar in the LES giving gals like me the insider tips for how to not be a bleating fashion sheep this fall? Whoa, wait a minute, what’s that you’re telling me? MY DREAMS CAN COME TRUE?
Yes, lady loves, all of our dreams can come true. On Wednesday, September 28th, Janet Ozzard, Rima Suqi, and Aja Mangum will be at Libation to teach us all how to strategize our fall wardrobes. Let’s refresh the details of this: you get to hang out and pretend your friends with three of the coolest chicks in Manhattan…while boozing it up with delish appetizers at a mad hot bar in the LES…and getting insider tips for how not to look like everyone else. You’re basically an idiot if you don’t go to this event. Oh, wait, did I mention that you’ll also automatically be entered into a raffle where you could win prizes from Prada, Kenneth Cole, and Rafe? I’m not going to even bother repeating that because…well, if you don’t get how awesomeness this event is, you just can’t be my friend anymore.
It’s $25 at the door, and lasts from 6:30pm – 8:30pm. That is two hours where, honestly, you have nothing better to do. I’m telling you, nothing could be more important. If not for yourself, then do it for all of us. Any time you can reduce the number of women who fall victim to fashion, we can breathe a collective sigh of relief.
There is serious limited availability, so call, like, five minutes ago.