So how exactly did Jenny Bui, probably the most famous nail artist become the ‘Queen…
Tomorrow, Saturday May 23rd, the African textile museum-like store, Holland Textiles, is celebrating the 1 year opening of their first and ONLY store in the country (and fourth in the world after their London, France, and The Netherlands) by showing some major customer appreciation!
From 8AM – 10PM they will be open and offering up to 75% off on select fabrics and as many of you may know (who read our review several months ago) the African prints are of the utmost highest quality and there really is no other fabric store quite like it in The Bronx so this is sure to be a major deal for both new and loyal customers alike.
Thanks to a generous sponsor, Bronx Fashion Week is able to announce a special 48 hour promotional sale for general admission (a total of 30% savings!) to Bronx Fashion Week 2015 which will be held at the Old Bronx Courthouse on Saturday, May 9th making it a perfect MOTHER’S DAY GIFT!
That means instead of $35 you pay $24.50!
The Bronx born and raised beauty, known to the world as Lauren Bacall but to her family and childhood friends by her birth name of Betty Joan Perske, passed away last August at the age of 89. She was the last surviving icon named in Madonna’s ‘Vogue’ list of Hollywood legends — all of whom are gone now.
From 1968 to 1986, Bacall donated over 700 items to The Museum at FIT and now, some are on display in a new exhibition, ‘Lauren Bacall: The Look’ which runs until April 4th, 2015.
Check out this Intersections video from the NYTIMES on Bronxites’ Celebrity Inspired Fashion.
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