Photos by Diane Dulgerian Photography
On Wednesday, August 14th, sequins, style and so much #vintagelove came together at Screaming Mimi’s Vintage to celebrate the legacy of fashion designer Bob Mackie.
I was honored to help plan the vision for this monumental event, in which an original Bob Mackie couture dress from his 1982 runway collection was put on display in the window of Screaming Mimi’s!
Why? Because Bob Mackie believes in giving to receive, which is why that very dress is being given away in the official #givemeamackie Instagram video contest going on now through August 31st.
The party gathered friends, followers and close confidants of Bob Mackie, Screaming Mimi’s and myself to honor the style and substance of Mackie’s vintage and modern collection. All attendees were gifted notebooks designed with Bob Mackie’s sketches, a brand new product of Bob Mackie set for release this fall.
Not only did the event celebrate a new product launch, but also the powerful confidence a woman can have no matter what she wears. Known for dressing divas in sequins and shimmer, Mackie encourages women to “dare to wear” what helps shine their #powerwithin.
It was a privilege to work with the teams of Bob Mackie and Screaming Mimi’s on this event and I hope you enjoy seeing how everything came together! Keep reading after the jump for a photographic peek of the evening’s festivities, attendees and of course, fashion.
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How to enter the #givemeamackie contest can be found here.
For friends and followers in NYC: The dress will be available for viewing in the window of Screaming Mimis (382 Lafayette Street, off Astor Place) through August 31st!
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The Screaming Mimi’s Scene
Massive thanks and #vintagelove to Screamining Mimi’s NYC for hosting the evening’s festivities and showcasing the giveaway dress in the window!
In New York City now or in the near future?
Visit Screaming Mimis at 382 Lafayette Street, off Astor Place in downtown Manhattan.
Thank you to all media, bloggers, fashion lovers and #vintagelovers who came to show support and celebrate the vintage legacy of Bob Mackie, sequins and daring to wear what inspires your #powerwithin!
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1.) Laura, founder of Screaming Mimis, shown here with fashion writer and thought leader, Lynn Yaeger.
2.) Jenelle, head of Bob Mackie press.
3.) Chris, head of Bob Mackie social media (right).
4.) Greg, representative for wine sponsor Chateau De Berne.
5.-6.) The amazing employees of Screaming Mimi’s who helped make the event such a success!
Haven’t entered the #givemeamackie contest to win the 1982 couture dress from Bob Mackie’s first runway collection EVER?
Read my post on how to enter the Instagram video contest. Contest ends August 31st!
Happy entering and thank you for spreading #vintagelove!
Thank you Bob Mackie!
Special thanks to Bob Mackie for generously hosting this contest and for spreading #vintagelove by inspiring women to shine their fabulous selves within.
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Thank you Screaming Mimis!
Thank you to Screaming Mimi’s for honoring the legacy of Bob Mackie with its window display of this collectible couture piece!
Visitors can find Screaming Mimis at 382 Lafayette Street in lower Manhattan, off the Astor Place 6 train.
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Photography Thanks to Diane Dulgerian Photography
Diane Dulgerian is a New York City based photographer with an eye for style.
She specializes in portrait photography of children, high school seniors, engagement/couples/love, families, events, maternity and pets.
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Sammy you look GREAT in that outfit!
Sarara Vintage says
This looks beyond fun! Great coverage and work with Bob Mackie. Can’t wait to see more;)