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Socializing for Social Change recap video

Did you happen to miss Socializing for Social Change tweet up event last week? If you did it’s ok there will another one coming soon. Until then we have a recap video of some of the highlights. Check it out!

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Socializing For Social Change July 28th

Socialize For Social Change is coming!

Join us for a fun-filled evening to Socialize For Social Change on Tia Lou’s newly remodeled Las Vegas style roof top deck!

Why should you attend?

  • Support a good cause
  • Tia Lou’s for happy hour specials
  • Free appetizers
  • Cool local fashion
  • Great music
  • Networking
  • Plus! First 50 attendees will receive a swag bag from our great sponsors!
    Fashionably late comers relax – the raffle available at the door for awesome prizes!

    All proceeds go to Global Music Project.

    What is Global Music Project?

    Global Music Project is non-profit organization representing music fans, artists, event promoters, progressive businesses, social activists, and others who believe in the power of music to attract, educate, and inspire humanity to participate in making a better world.
    http://globalmusicproject.org/about/

    If you have a twitter account don’t forget to use our hashtag #S4SC
    http://socializingforsocialchange.eventbrite.com/

    Seattle Fashion Week 2011 Launch Party at Trinity Night Club

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    Lets add this up real quick… Seattle Fashion Week plus Trinity Night Club equals the official SFW 2011 opening launch party, then square that by local Seattle designers showcased through out the night and now multiply that by celebrity guests which, should and does, equal a kickass dance party with sexy fashion foward people! Everyone was there! The highlight of the evening was Reality TV celebrity and international designer Jeffrey Williams and NYC DJ Roxy Cottontail!!

    Jeffery Williams, a local Seattlelite now currently living in Brooklyn, is the 2011 winner of the Bravo TV Reality show: “The Fashion Show”. Last night he proved to be just that! With his laid back, confident, cultural vibes, Mr. Williams seemed to have his own spotlight all night. With his inspiration stemming from his dreams and life’s magical moments, we are on edge waiting for his next collection.

    DJ Roxy Cottontail was disarming with her victorious skills brining inspiration and good times to the dance floor. With her electro, hip hop, signature style a fishnet salute to punk, a touch of pink gloss to match her hot pink hair, there was not a single soul who could resist the sirén call to dance floor. Truly a stunning sight! This multi talented lady (promoting, producing, and rapping, yes I said rapping) is a force to be reckoned with!

    During the SFW launch party, we here at VNT were able to showcase the winner of our Host Search Competition! Congrats to Cameron Johnson for stepping up her game! The competition was fierce! Bernard and Meiko gave Cameron a run for her money but they didn’t have chance when she pulled out her big guns, aimed, and started BLASTING away. For Details about the host competition click here

    Buy your Seattle Fashion Week TICKETS HERE: Mens Night and Finale Night

    Seattle Fashion Week 2011 Event at Micheal Kors Pictures

    On Wednesday, May 4th guests were invited as VIP to attend both the Micheal Kors store and the advance screening of BRIDESMAIDS from Universal Pictures at Pacific Place. Although we didn’t get any pictures from the advance movie screening, we did capture a couple of snap shots of the Michael Kors event. A special SFW discount and Light refreshments were provided as bloggers and social media influentials shopped. If you are interested in attending Seattle Fashion Week 2011 events, please visit the official event page here Seattlefashionweek.net

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    Seattle Wear Red Day Tweet-up FEB 4th 2011

    February 4th is National Wear Red Day.

    Heart disease is still the No. 1 killer of women, taking the life of 1 in 3 women each year. This means women you know — mothers, sisters, friends — are dying at the rate of one per minute. In fact, in the time it takes to read this, another woman will die from heart disease. Make it Your mission to save lives. Wear Red. Attend.

    Seattle – National Wear Red Day Tweetup
    When: Friday, February 4, 2011 from 4-7:30pm
    Where: Hotel 1000 Studio
    Hashtag: #GoRedSea

    Join us for a evening of networking for a purpose. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the Seattle American Heart Association. There will be drink specials, an assortment of heart healthy appetizers and a discounted food menu from Boka Restaurant.

    So find that red tie, dress, or shirt and come out and support a great cause, get your tickets here http://seattlewearred.eventbrite.com/.

    BoConcept House Warming Party Seattle

    It was a great idea from the start, inviting your customers and friends to free cocktails crafted by re:public bar, fine appetizers by Gourmondo, and most importantly a free opportunity to see, test and buy modern home furnishings (tucked in between some very beautiful people).

    It wouldn’t be a house warming party with out a great music. DJ Tecumseh was on the one’s and two’s spinning everything from neo-soul to 80’s new wave. A small fashion show and art gallery was enjoyed by everyone from the avant garde crowd. It was a great night, and we definitely give it two VNT thumbs up. Thanks Bo Concept, you’re super fresh!

    BoConcept Seattle

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    The Pearl Capital Hill Block Party

    Block parties sometimes aren’t the liveliest events. They’re opportunities to get to know your neighbors and this one was no exception to the rule. Saturday the 18th from 12-6pm “The Pearl Capital Hill Block Party” featured several local vendors, Two sets of Dj’s and booths showcasing products. It also featured two beer gardens in support of Three Dollar Bill Cinema.

    One cool added element is that a few non profits had come out to seek donations for organizations, and to just be a part of the party. It was a perfect place and opportunity to “meet and greet,” even for being somewhat off the beaten path in terms of its location, away from the main Broadway strip.

    Here are a couple of photos from the event.