Summer is just around the corner, and the fashion scene is heating up. Here are four more events for the fashion-minded this month.
1) Elizabeth Kay Trunk Show
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 20
3326 Tejon Street
Whorl will be hosting a launch party for Elizabeth Kay Custom Apparel, where Denver designer Kay will be offering clients the chance to schedule private appointments to discuss custom garments for a special occasion or simply a unique piece to add to their wardrobe. Stop by Whorl to shop Kay’s ready-to-wear collection while sipping champagne, learn more about creating your own custom piece and get styled by Kay — all at once. Click here for more information.
2) Summer Fashion Market at Goldyn
11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, June 20
2040 West 30th Avenue
Highland boutique Goldyn is hosting a summer market where guests can drink, snack and shop for artisan and consciously-crafted wares from local and national designers like AGO Studio jewelry, Bailey Doesn't Bark Ceramics, Eli & Barry Jewelry, Gem & Blue jewelry, Imminent Rise Apparel, Ludevine Jewelry, Pupil Clothing and Vale Jewelry. For more information, visit Goldyn's website here.
3) Kit and Ace Opening in Rino
Thursday, June 25
2621 Larimer Street
Shannon and JJ Wilson founded Kit and Ace with a shared background in technical apparel and love of cashmere; for the business, they create products that offer comfort and functionality without sacrificing style and luxury. Kit and Ace designs and develops Technical Luxury menswear, womenswear and accessories, all of which will be available at their new RiNo shop, where the owners are planning a launch party. Visit the website here for more information.
4 ) Fashion Movie Night
5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Friday, June 26
3326 Tejon Street
Denver-based womenswear boutique Whorl Shop is starting a series that will screen one fashion film every month; 13 Going on 30 kicks things off tonight. It's a bonus if you wear your most stylish pajamas. Click here for more information.
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