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Tuesday , December 14, 2010
Save the Date: Susan Cianciolo film screening, June 8 in NYC
Dear beautiful people of New York (or anyone who might happen to be in New York next week): We really want you to come to 21 Mercer Street on Friday, June 8, for a free screening of the new Susan Cianciolo short film "1960s Butterfly Girl." Starring dreamy Frankie Rayder, it's a film-as-fashion-show kind of deal that unveils Susan's new collection of silkscreened and hand-embroidered dresses and gowns and capes inspired by 18th century royalty (including one piece constructed from textiles designed by Mike Mills). The collection's called Queen of Hearts, and one of our favorite things is how each piece contains a secret chamber designed to carry Susan's new perfume, Chevalier. Here's the trailer for the film:
After the screening there'll be a performance by No Age, the L.A.-based noise-pop duo - and new hot-and-heavy Stereogum crush - that scored "1960s Butterfly Girl." (Go download some mp3s now.) The whole shebang's part of Location, an eight-day fashion/art exhibition and benefit for the Creative Growth Art Center - you can check out the calendar of events here.
At this point I'll disclose that I'm totally friends with Stacks and Layers, the production company that made "1960s Butterfly Girl." But both myself and No Good For Me's fabulous editorial director Kat should be in attendance, and if you swing by then we'll treat you to a cocktail or two, and not just because it's open bar. The soiree starts at 7 p.m. In the meantime, here are some "1960s Butterfly Girl" filmstills and shots from the very awesome Meghan Quinn:
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