Design Entrepreneurs Pop-Up with Holiday Sale at Showroom NY 10% of proceeds will go to Supporting Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts
Ten fashion design entrepreneurs will host the NY DESIGNERS CARE pop-up holiday sale at Showroom New York in December. 10% of proceeds will go to New York Cares to Support Hurricane Sandy relief efforts and their 24th Annual Coat Drive. Designers include: Sena, Vespertine, Cala Ossidiana, A.D.O, Kristi Vosbeck, Study NY, Accessoir, Kordal, Cuffe Parade, Jacki Easlick. The holiday sale will feature women’s ready-to-wear, eveningwear, bike/safety wear, handbags and swimwear.
“This holiday sale is a fun opportunity for a group of like-minded designers to come together to help those in need and also kick-off the holiday season. We are fortunate that Showroom New York has opened their space to host the event. Holding the sale in the Garment District is just one other way to support the resources available to designers in New York and also create awareness.” says Sena Yang of SENA.
There will also be a drop box for guests to bring gently worn outerwear as part of the coat drive.
Thursday Dec. 6, 11am-8pm, cocktails 6pm-8pm
Friday Dec. 7, 11am-7pm
Showroom NY, 262 West 38th Street, Suite 506, NYC 10018
All designers are Design Entrepreneur NYC alumnus and/or members of Showroom New York. They reside and/or produce in New York and are committed to growing their business and making an impact on the fashion community. http://www.designentrepreneursnyc.com/
Showroom New York is dedicated to help maintain New York’s position as a global fashion capital by supporting young designers who produce locally. Our mission is to encompass the GIDC’s Designer Development Program, offering local designers a viable platform from which to expand their business. http://www.gidc.org/
New York Cares is New York City’s largest volunteer organization. We run vital programs for 1,300 nonprofits, public schools, and city agencies to help people in need throughout the five boroughs, with no cost to the recipient organizations. Since 1987, New York Cares makes it easy for all New Yorkers to work together to strengthen the city; last year, we provided critical services to 400,000 at-risk New Yorkers. http://www.newyorkcares.org/