Friday, August 1, 2014

Brunch & Sew, Crazy Beautiful Pop-up, Cedar Room, and Ivory Closet

Posted By on Fri, Aug 1, 2014 at 2:15 PM


This weekend, you’ll find several ways to ramp up your style.

Saturday August 2nd, local designer Andrea Fenise will be hosting a Brunch & Sew with creative partner Kamesha Hervey Richard of Ava Loren Design. Brunch will be served as you learn the basics of sewing and pattern making. Ticket prices include brunch and sewing materials. For tickets and more info click here.

After closing the University of Memphis location, Crazy Beautiful has found its new Midtown home in Overton Square, at 2111 Madison Avenue, in the same building as Sweet Noshings and Breakaway Running. It is expected to open in October.

In the meantime, Crazy Beautiful will open their pop-up shop today August 1st in anticipation of their permanent location, just in time for back-to-school tax free weekend. The pop-up shop is located at 2092 Trimble Place at the Tower courtyard. Hours are Mon-Sat 10am-8pm and Sunday 12pm-6pm.

In other retail news, one of Memphis’ newest clothing store The Cedar Room is open and fully stocked with men’s formal and casual wear, accessories, gifts, and cigars. The Cedar Room is located in Harbor Town next to the Ivory Closet which has recently launched their online store. They offer free standard shipping for orders over $100. Happy shopping!

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