Combine the high-stylin’ festivities of Fashion Week with doing some much-needed good, and you get what we call an unmissable night out. Tonight, Sept. 14, at the Knitting Factory, the W’Burg brand Brooklyn Royalty is throwing Fashion Rocks for Haiti, a back-to-school fundraiser and indie gogo launch party. It’ll be an evening of live music, exclusive BKR fashion and dollars to help educate girls in Haiti.
The night’s chock-full musical line-up includes Food Stamps at 8, Neon Dynamite at 9, I Am The Heat at 10 and Miniboone to finish things off at 11. And all your rocking-out will benefit the Jeremie Project, an organization created in 2009 to provide education for disadvantaged young women in Haiti. All proceeds from the party will go toward this fall’s tuition, uniforms and school supplies.
And, because it is Fashion Week, there’ll be free screenprinting of an exclusive, limited edition Brooklyn Royalty design. Just bring your own blank tee to get styled or buy one of theirs (another $10 for the cause).