Come out for a night away from Top 40 hits and bottle service equations! Come enjoy a fantastic low profile, but nonetheless, an upscale NY night at Vandal, in the Lower East Side.
For Caché’s second installation of ‘Colors of Fashion’ they bring you, on the night of March 22nd, a bright lineup of local funky house DJs. Plus, disco selectors with an international community of fashion and magazine aficionados.
They are excited to be teaming up with Dior for an exclusive complimentary offer for a free makeup session with Dior for the first 50 ladies through the door!!!
Besides the opportunity of being gifted with this exclusive makeup session, you’ll experience an unforgettable night at one of the most incredible new downtown hotspots: Vandal.
Caché chooses the most beautiful and hippest new spots in town and brings together a friendly community in the arts and fashion circles to mingle and groove.
In addition, this night will be filled with an extraordinary, down to earth and carefully curated crowd, great music by Pedro Arieta, Swami, Ghostbaby and Mnnich!
So, we hope to see everyone there!
RSVP TO: email@example.com to get onto their selected mailing list and do arrive early to get your makeup package!
Date: March 22nd
Location: 199 Bowery
A little more about Caché:
“Caché is a nomadic deep-house and disco party that rotates chic venues in Manhattan and Williamsburg. The community is composed of fashion, music, art circles and beyond. They do not consist of the basic bottle and model equation. Caché hosts events without cover but select their crowd carefully. Therefore, the ratio is comfortable and the look is elegant.”
And a little about Vandal:
“Located on Bowery, a street that dates back to the 17th century, Vandal is the latest restaurant lounge by the TAO Group and Chef Chris Santos. Vandal celebrates the art, architecture, and food of global street culture from New York to Vietnam to Barcelona and beyond. As well as the history and culture of the restaurant’s Lower East Side location. The two-level space includes a bar/lounge, restaurant, garden dining area, private dining room, and cellar bar/lounge.”
And still, curious to see what it’s all about? Click to watch the video below!
Credits: Courtesy of Caché, Vandal, jnice1543