Get schooled on urban fashion and 18 more ways to get fresh this week

So fresh & so clean (#1)

1. Slip into your choicest duds and head to Industry City for Rooftop Films’ Fresh Dressed. (Monday, FREE)

2. All aboard for Night Train with Wyatt Cenac, featuring Jared Logan, Katina Corrao, Jordan Temple, and Casey James Salengo. (Monday, $5)

3. For the ladies: learn how to turn your living room into a DIY venue at the Live Sound Workshop for Women. (Monday, FREE)

4. Clown around at Cloud City where the Rotten Plantains present Retina, featuring Wayne Wilson, Patrick de Valette, Daniel Passer, Jeff Seal, and more. (Tuesday, 5¢)

5. Slather on some black eyeliner and check out Morbid Anatomy’s lecture on the semiotics of 1980s goths. (Tuesday, $8)

6. Get your laughs in a brewery at the Soft Spot comedy show, with Josh Gondelman, Calise Hawkins, Doug Smith, and Michelle Wolf. (Tuesday, $5)

7. Bring your best worst mistakes to How I Learned I’ll Never Do That Again… Most Likely, featuring SNL’s Sasheer Zamata and many more. (Wednesday, $6)

8. See Weeksville Heritage Center’s exhibit FUTURE PERFECT / indices & marginalia, which closes with a dance performance by Rakiya Orange. (Wednesday, FREE)

9. Come hungry to powerHouse Arena for the Van Leeuwen book party and ice cream tasting. (Wednesday, FREE)

10. Have a drink and a conversation with artists Morgan Bassichis, Alex Fialho, and Chitra Ganesh at Queer/Art/Brooklyn. (Wednesday, FREE)

11. Prove that DIY will never die by cheering for the Kickstarter panel on music venues in New York. (Thursday, FREE)

12. Luxuriate in lo-def and lo-fi movie technologies at Spectacle Theatre’s 5th Basement Media Fest. (Thursday, $5)

13. Break the chains at Interference Archive with the opening reception for “If a song could be freedom: Organized sounds of resistance.” (Thursday, FREE)

14. Definitely do not bring any inhibitions to Madame Vivian V’s Bordello, featuring dance, drag, fire performances, and more. (Thursday, $7)

15. The Monthly Underground Female Film (or MUFF) Society is debuting at Videology with everyone’s favorite teenage witch flick, The Craft, along with prizes from Nitehawk and Morbid Anatomy. (Thursday, $5)

16. Get your art on with Théâtre de la Autismé, a group show at Hood Gallery. (Friday, FREE)

17. Relive a gritty, glamorous time in NYC history with BRIC’s screening of Paris Is Burning. (Friday, FREE)

18. Watch Mama’s Family and The Carol Burnett Show get a wacky reboot at Live-Dubbed Sitcoms. (Friday, $5)

19. See if drinking can possibly make you argue better at Jo Firestone’s Drunk Debates. (Friday, FREE)

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