After a two-year hiatus, dapperQ returns to present their seventh annual queer fashion show at world renowned Brooklyn Museum. Kick off New York Fashion Week with a happy hour hosted by Henrietta Hudson, New York City’s longest-standing brick-and-mortar lesbian bar, and check out pop-up shops featuring some of the evening’s designers before the runway showcase. Hosted by CB Glasser, the show includes new work by designers DEVONATION, FreeMen by Mickey, Hesta, LANDEROS NEW YORK, LLESSUR NYC, Stuzo Clothing, THÚY Custom Clothier, and Transguy Supply. Sounds will be provided by dapperQ’s resident DJ, M.O.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH AT 6PM
BEAUX ARTS COURT, BROOKLYN MUSEUM
*goes directly to Brooklyn Museum to cover Museum’s production costs/evening staffing*
Purchase tickets here
Admission includes afterparty from 10pm-11pm
*FASHION, MUSIC, ART, EAT, DRINK, DANCE*
6PM-8PM: Sip & Shop
Red Carpet Arrival; Mini Pop-Up Shops; Vendor Tables; and interactives ft:
► Happy Hour by Henrietta Hudson, New York City’s longest- standing brick and mortar queer women’s bar
► Mini pop-up shops and vendor booths by featured designers and sponsors
► Dress to impress for street style photos by No Kill Magazine
☆ Runway and afterparty beats by DJ M.O.
Hailing from Virginia, DJ M.O. (born Monet Bernard) began her career at the University of Virginia in 2008, DJing numerous parties and events around the campus and within the Charlottesville community. After graduating, M.O moved on to play venues in Washington, D.C, and northern Virginia. Currently, M.O. has set her sights on New York City, already landing gigs around Manhattan with the likes of Whitney Day, Truckstop NYC, & Queer & Utter Bedlam. As an avid lover music and an overall good time, M.O. brings a unique style to every party she plays. Whether its Hip-Hop, Top 40s, or Dance, M.O. sets the tone with inventive mixes and a knack for reading every audience.
Runway show ft:
Afterparty from 10pm-11pm
☆ Show host: CB Glasser, MC and the architect and producer of some of the most infamous queer nightlife across the country, including in Manhattan, Brooklyn, LA, Miami, and Palm Springs. CB hosted some of the country’s most prominent Pride and Music Festivals, such as World Pride in NYC, Dinah Shore in Palm Springs, Denver Pride, Miami’s Aquagirl and more.
Food & Drink:
Michelin-starred Saul restaurant and bar is open all evening. The Counter café serves sandwiches, salads, and sweets, as well as wine and local beer.
www.dapperQ.com is a leading digital queer style magazine “ungendering fashion”
Executive Production Team:
Anita Dolce Vita, Executive Producer
Genevieve Berrick, Hutch Hutchinson, Senka Filipovic, Monique McField, Co-Producers
Flyer by Monique McField