AMP3 Handles Publicity for The Tri-Annual Manhattan Vintage Show
We are excited to announce the addition of Manhattan Vintage, to our client roster.
The Manhattan Vintage Show, NYC’s premier vintage shopping event, returns this February 3rd & 4th, at the Metropolitan Pavilion. Launched in 1992, Manhattan Vintage has become the largest, and oldest, vintage apparel & accessory show in the country, and a shopping mecca for designers, costumers, and vintage fashion lovers alike.
For those in the know, Manhattan Vintage acts as more than just a vintage shopping experience. If you’re a lover of all things vintage, shopping the show is like visiting your favorite museum, except you actually get to touch and buy the art. It goes deeper though, the vendors at Manhattan Vintage are the best in the business. Offering up the best vendors in the business, these merchants are also historians, able to educate you on each piece and provide you with a shoppable history lesson.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, this seasons special exhibition will be entitled “Jean-Paul Gaultier: Lingerie Through the Ages,” and will be comprised of archived, lingerie inspired, vintage Gaultier pieces alongside the original vintage lingerie styles that inspired the designs.
“By now it’s legend that Gaultier found inspiration in his grandmother’s closet. He was particularly fascinated with her corsets and other under garments. This exhibit will be an opportunity for attendees to see these early vintage lingerie pieces alongside Gaultier’s groundbreaking designs. We’re very excited to share this experience with the public,” said Manhattan Vintage owner David Ornstein.
Dealers including Cherry Vintage, Daybreak Vintage, and James Veloria will be contributing pieces to the Gaultier exhibition, many of which will be exclusively available to shop at the show.
With 80+ vendors that span the decades, there’s a vintage dealer with a one-of-a-kind piece for everyone at Manhattan Vintage. NYC based vendor, Metropolis Vintage, recently acquired a substantial collection of vintage Bonnie Cashin designs that will bring lovers of layering and vintage Coach running. And then there are the ladies of Spark Pretty, who will be owning the vintage 90s market with several vintage Tony Alamo denim jackets, as well as all the 90’s prom dresses you could ever dream of.
The Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show will be open at the Metropolitan Pavilion on Friday, February 2nd (1pm to 8pm) and Saturday, February 3rd (11am-6pm). To learn more about The Manhattan Vintage Show, or for any press related inquiries, please contact Ashley Lutzker at AMP3 PR via 646-827-9594 or [email protected].
AMP3 Client Armadio Announces Referral Program as they build towards official launch date
AMP3 PR client Armadio has just launched an incredible referral program to get some buzz going around the launch of the upcoming brand.
Armadio is an e-commerce site featuring limited-run fine leather accessories & apparel for women, direct from Italy. It offers local Italian artisans an online distribution channel for their designs, without any middlemen or retail markup. The result for the consumer is authentic, high-quality leather goods that you could normally only find by walking the streets of Tuscany yourself–at 70% the retail price.
These artisans that design for Armadio are the same who supply the big fashion houses like Gucci and Prada. Every item purchased through Armadio comes with a photo and story about the craftsman who created the piece, as well as details on the other mainstream brands the craftsman has created for that season.
By simply signing up for Armadio (entering your email) and sharing a unique referral link during the referral period (March 8th-22nd), consumers will be rewarded with a range of free Armadio products from leather bags to suede dresses, and potentially even a trip to Tuscany.
Launch Event for New Men’s Footwear Brand Paul Drish Held in NYC
Earlier this December Paul Drish, a new men’s footwear and accessories brand, launched an Autumn/Winter 2014 collection. filling their intimate showroom space in Tribeca with notable menswear media and influencers.
It celebrated the launch of the brand and the debut of their first men’s footwear and accessories collection, complete with 26 shoe styles and 7 bag styles. Guests were able to view the collection in its entirety, try on their favorite styles, and even make purchases. Guests were also treated to cocktails courtesy of Clyde May’s Alabama Whiskey and Milano Green Vodka, as well as shoe shines from John Allan’s Premier Men’s Grooming Club.
Paul Drish co-founder Arveena Ahluwalia was on hand to walk guests through the collection and speak to the inspiration behind it.
“I wanted to not only create the most comfortable shoe, but also design them on par with other luxury fashion brands,” said Ahluwalia of the brand, “Growing up in India, I always admired the nation’s centuries of craft leatherworking. With the strong integrity in craftsmanship coupled with lower production costs due to a vertically integrated factory, we eliminate the third party and are able to produce high-end leather shoes and bags at competitive prices.”
The Paul Drish showroom, located at 50 Murray Street, is now open to the public for private appointments. Consumers will enjoy a fully pampered shopping experience from start to finish, whether they stop by the Tribeca loft to sip scotch and try on the shoes, or order via the e-commerce platform (which is available nationwide, with free shipping and free returns). All Paul Drish shoes feature the brand’s signature purple lining, are delivered in a durable drawer-style jute box, and are tucked inside an embroidered purple cotton dust bag. Each pair comes with a leather shoe horn and an extra padded leather insole for additional comfort.
For more information, visit: www.pauldrish.com.
About Paul Drish:
Paul Drish is a division of Drish North America. For over 25 years, Drish has been manufacturing and exporting high-end leather footwear to Europe and Asia for luxury fashion brands. Paul Drish products are designed for men everywhere who aren’t satisfied with routine, who stop to admire everyday beauty and who travel the world extensively. Paul Drish is not just another brand of shoes and bags; it is a gateway to new experiences through which men will gain a fresh perspective on the world around them.