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Audrey Grace Pop-Up Shop + Preview 3/23 - 3/28

Audrey Grace is a small boutique in Mississippi that emulates all things beautifully vintage.  The name comes from two prominent fashion icons that represents Audrey Grace: Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly.

Thanks to Small Girls PR, Audrey Grace is being a good Southern hostess and throwing a party in honor of opening a pop-up shop at the Highline Loft. There'll be sweets, wine, music and of course lots of advantages to shop!

This Friday, March 23rd from 8-10PM, you'll be able to preview shopwares and clothes from Audrey Grace, Erin Fetherston, Alexander Grecco, Rachel Antonoff, Lulu Frost, etc.

There'll even be a performance by SuperCute!, a local tween band from Brooklyn whose fashion style could be inspired by cult party kei.

The event is free, but it's strongly suggested to RVSP to make sure there's enough bubbly for everyone.

If you have already made Friday night plans, the pop up shop is still open from March 24th - 28th 11AM - 8PM.  Check out their blog and Etsy for a preview of what to expect.

Audrey Grace Launch Party
Friday, March 23, 2012
8 - 10PM
The Highline Loft
508 W. 26th St
New York, NY 10001


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