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Love Brigade, the culturally aware and musically charged company, will premier their spring/summer 2010 ‘Revival’ Collection, September 18 at a brand new venue in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.

Inspired by the world’s need for resurgence, Love Brigade catapults us into a fresh approach to a happier time, in both the future and the past. Presented in a nontraditional platform style, the show consists of a series of entrancing experiences, ranging from a drive-in car scene to a posh living room cocktail party. Reminiscent of their highly acclaimed S/S ’09 presentation, each scene will showcase an installation of models, incorporating the ongoing vision of ‘Revival’ to perfection.

The chosen venue, “The Space On 8th,” is located at 213 North Eighth Street. Show times are at 8 and 9 p.m. and are open to the general public.

Complimentary refreshments will be provided by Bulldog Gin (www.bulldoggin.com) and Guru (www.guruenergy.com) and featured entertainment will include Finger on the Pulse, Gavin Royce (Bad Decision), Stephen Pandolfi (Kids with Snakes), and Dusty Kid (UK).

The event promises to be filled with visual, auditory, and stylistic stimulation as it celebrates the relationship between the love of fashion and music.

Tickets are free with RSVP or can be obtained at the door for $5. General public must RSVP at rsvp@lovebrigade.com. For more, go to www.lovebrigade.com or call 718-715-0430.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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