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21 Nov '17

Gift Cartel. TRUNK Edition ::: Nov. 24 - Dec. 25

Posted by TRUNK Brooklyn

Launch Party ::: November 25th | 11am - 7pm

Celebrate #smallbusinesssaturday with us, as we launch Gift Cartel, a one-stop gifting experience
featuring over 10 women-owned, sustainably-minded, local brands!

Hosted by yours truly and organized by Magdalena Concepts.

An all-day event, with wine from local wineries, sweet bites from a local bakery, music and friends!
Let's Celebrate Local!

**First 10 attendees get a fancy canvas tote designed by Opening Ceremony for Shop Small Saturday!**
Enter our raffle to win a gift basket with goodies from each participating vendor.
RSVP: here

PARTICIPATING BRANDS:

Elements Truffles

Magdalena Concepts

Twig.

Woodward Extracts

Rare Bird Sweets

Vinfluence

Annie Draws Stuff

SAMOY LENKO

Radka Design

Aimee G

naturevsfuture

Paper Jam Press

Marjorie Victor Jewelry

Stitch & Rivet

 

 

 

23 Oct '17

Nov. 4th: Moms' Night Out

Posted by TRUNK Brooklyn in event, shopping

Enjoy sips, nibbles, and 15% discount on women's wear, jewelry and accessories, made locally in Brooklyn and NYC and curated kids' fashion from our partner, A Gifted Baby. Refresh your fall wardrobe, and plan your holiday wish list! Bring friends and make new ones.

First 10 attendees get additional 5% off storewide.

Date: Saturday, November 4th
Time: 7pm-9pm
RSVP: info@trunkbrooklyn.com

26 Apr '17

SPRING LEMONADE: a different kind of fashion show

Posted by Natasha Samoylenko

SPRING LEMONADE is a different kind of fashion show.
A mix of dance, fashion and music.


We are thrilled to collaborate with the Young Choreographer's Festival
showcasing our new collections for Spring/Summer 17,
featuring all locally made fashion and accessories!

Doors: 8:15 pm
Performance: 8:30 pm
Suggested admission: $15

RSVP (limited space): info@trunkbrooklyn.com
Refreshments: Spiked Lemonade

Directed by Wes Veldink
Choreographed by Patti Crumrine & Eimile Davis
Production Coordinator: Emily Bufferd
03 Feb '17

Valentine's Day Trunk show with Lauren Wimmer

Posted by Natasha Samoylenko

"LOVE" Trunk Show with Lauren Wimmer!
February 10th-14th


We are pleased to host a Valentine's Day TRUNK show with Dumbo-based jewelry designer, Lauren Wimmer. Lauren's pieces are all hand-carved pieces and cast in sterling silver. Each one is unique in it's texture and form. She draws inspiration from the textures and palettes of overgrown gardens and shed seed casings and pods.

Her “wrapped” collection features hand-dyed silk ribbon wrapped around hollow tube rings to form bibs, chains and convertible pieces.

17 Jan '17

TRUNK Sessions with Julia Haltigan & Malcolm Gold

Posted by Natasha Samoylenko

 

JOIN US on Wednesday, January 25th for an evening of music with an acclaimed bombshell songstress Julia Haltigan and Malcolm Gold.

Julia came up on the Lower East Side of New York City when it oozed a heady mix of danger, possibility and art. She made meaning of the painful complexities of her parents’ split, her father’s incarceration, and a freewheeling life of parties and a revolving cast of street characters.

Julia emerged from it all a sensitive badass who rides vintage Triumph motorcycles and sings primal rock n’ roll with smoldering expressivity. Julia’s signature artistry evokes Brigitte Bardot, Marianne Faithfull, Iggy Pop, Debbie Harry, and Lou Reed.

Her latest EP, Hot Tears, is a masterful collection, teeming with themes of heartache, images of broken bones, car chases, and nostalgia. Stunners in this set include the gritty swagger of the T. Rex-like “Money,” the 1960s James Bond ballad-esque “Burning Bridges & Breaking Hearts,” and the sleek and smoky “How To Make A Broken Heart,” co-written with songwriting legend Mike Scott of The Waterboys.

Julia has performed as a part of the Varvatos Music Series, filling the store over capacity leaving a line around the block, and live on tastemaking radio personality Vin Scelsa's show Idiot's Delight. She’s also shared the stage with such venerated names as Judy Collins, Steve Earle, Norah Jones, Montgomery Gentry, Rhett Miller, Nicole Atkins, and Holly Miranda, among others.

Outside of her solo career, she moonlights as the slinky Jessica Rabbit inspired jazz crooner ‘Vivian Fairchild’ in the off-Broadway hit “Sleep No More.” She also performs in the fizzy pop band The Singles, alongside her buddies Scarlett Johansson, Kendra Morris and Holly Miranda.

When not onstage or in the studio, Julia’s straddling a 1970 Triumph Bonneville.

Have a listen here.


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