Thank you, and the Romantic Movement


First of all, on behalf of Elise Peterson and I, THANK YOU all for coming out on Thursday and supporting The WW Club. It was a smashing success; we sold out and had to shut down door sales minutes into the evening. Wild performance art involving fried chicken and champagne by Prepster Punk was offset by live music by singer Alison Carney, and Cherrie Sweetbottom was tantalizing. Our professional dancers from Fancy Feet and Spinser Tracy on the decks got you all jiving on some funk and salsa; you make one hell of a stylish dance party folks!

And of course, The WW Club never would have happened without the support and creative input of Eliot Payne of Accoutre, who graciously acted as creative consultant and go-to guy on the project. His energy, positive outlook, and cracker jack styling prowess made him indispensable. 

We had a blast putting this together, and have a lot of ideas of how to approach it next time. And that's the big question on everyone's minds, now...will there be a next time?! To which I offer Eliot's wisdom, come now, you know that speakeasies are secret! But keep following, and I promise that what we are working on next will be equally worth attending in your most stylish duds.

Photos from the WW Club will be released tomorrow. They are done. You all looked incredible...I can't wait to share.

But until then, there is ANOTHER stylish event, going down tonight. MDLN Ventures partnered with rockstar menswears icons Street Etiquette to bring you The Romantic Movement, a sartorial fusion of music and style. With music from Jesse Boykins, Mara Hruby, and MeLo-X, this will be the last stylish hurrah of The Water St. Project. Pre-sale tickets are already sold out, but you can roll up to the door in your stylish attire and buy one there. Obviously Elise and I will be there, so come out, have a drink, and continue to be sartorially inspired. Details HERE, and check the video below, because it's rad.