Now here’s a rock show that’s always in fashion

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Here’s your chance to discover the next big fashion designer.

On Aug. 24, dozens of yet-to-blow clothing designers and musicians will shake the stage at Public Assembly in Williamsburg — coupling offbeat threads with homegrown indie rock.

Models will showcase collections by Angels and Divas — a line of oversized feather accessories once seen on BET’s fashion show runway — along with Maria Severyna, whose sleek and asymmetrical dresses are both comfortable and boundary-pushing.

And don’t forget the music: Bands like Snakes Say Hisss! — a trio spastic synth-poppers that has inspired an Internet cult following with its wacky video of a dancing hamburger — will perform, along with The Morning After Girls, a group of androgynous psychedelic rockers you might know from that one episode of “The Vampire Diaries.”

Organizers have launched this first-annual concert-fashion-show collaboration — dubbed Fashion & Flow — to kick-start the careers of below-the-radar artists who are just as buzz-worthy as some of their hyped-up fashion week peers in Manhattan.

“Most of us live in Williamsburg — so we wanted to host it here,” said Elizabeth Taylor, an organizer. “The neighborhood is really thriving.”

Fashion & Flow at Public Assembly [70 N. Sixth St. at Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg, (718) 384-4586], August 24 at 7 pm. Tickets $20.

Updated 5:25 pm, July 9, 2018
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gimme from around says:
Aug. 18, 2011, 5:23 pm

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