Saturday, November 26th an eclectic crowd of Philadelphia’s finest gathered at Goldilocks Gallery for the the The Fashion&Art Exposition. The event, hosted by http://uristocrat.com/2010/12/pete-rock-cymarshall-law-secret-freestyle/ (b.k.a. KQuote Author) of http://uristocrat.com/what-are-cash-advances-on-credit-cards/, was both an exposition and showcase for some of Philadelphia’s most talented up and coming fashion designers, visual artist, and musicians. The event included prominent designers cialis uk propecia, Sultana Maria Jewelry, King Rule Together, Little Rebellion, Odd Society, and a host of other Philadelphia creative mavericks. This portion of the night allowed patrons to mix and mingle with one another, as well as the aforementioned vendors, which made the shopping atmosphere very inviting. PBRs were plentiful (21+ of course) and the social atmosphere was booming, yet the night was just starting.
A Hip-Hop Showcase featuring performances by Philadelphia’s emerging talent: Verbatum Jones, France, Lafayette Kanard, BEY, Aime, Dru Chris, and more followed the exposition. Attendees rocked out with the future of Philly’s music scene, each of whom had their own feel. Listeners were wowed by live bands, distinctive lyrics, and even an ode to the late great Bob Marley. If nothing else, the Fashion&Art Exposition made attendees appreciate the diverse talent brewing in Philadelphia. This event was just one of many to come from the folks at the Epicurean Fifth. Shout out to Uristocrat’s own Meaghan. She showed much love at the event and was also in charge of promotions.