Cleveland jewelry designer to host fashion event
on Monday,June 21,2010 22:06
In an effort to reach out to Cleveland residents, jewelry designer Dirty Pretty Things has announced it will host an event to unveil two of its new collections.
The show, which the company is calling A Night of Dangerous Beauty, will take place this Thursday at Suite Sixx Nightclub. Attendees will have the opportunity to get a first look at the designers new Medea Maple and Marie Neville collections. In addition, event sponsor Grey Goose Vodka will offer drink specials throughout the night.
Company officials say that they hope to reach out to area hairstylists, as salons are the primary retailers of their products. Representatives will be on hand to show these professionals how they can use the jewelry to build their businesses.
The pieces are intended to highlight the strength and passion of women by incorporating fashion-forward design and feminine details. The jeweler has already gained a celebrity following, which includes Beyonce and Kim Kardashion.
Annemarie LoConti, CFO of Dirty Pretty Things, said that the event is intended to serve as a formal introduction into the Cleveland market.
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