An exciting mix of fashion, food, art, music and ping pong.
We’re partnering with Epic Ping Pong to host an after work mixer and ping pong tournament with food, drinks, fashion and spirited competition.
Pick a side in the Fashion vs Function ping pong tournament, try the fry chicken pop up, or listen to cool tunes as you hang out with other creatives.
THIS EVENT IS 6-8PM SHARP.
Free and open to the public.
Kit and Ace is a technical cashmere company designing for people who live “full-contact” lives – the doers, the innovators and connectors with big ideas. Each of their shops incorporate hyper-local elements – locally designed light fixtures, furniture and artwork. Their Newbury Street flagship location also houses one of our five Technical Ateliers -a workshop for up-and-coming local designers.
Learn more about Kit and Ace at Kit and Ace
Mixologist Elise Fletcher
The super eclectic mixologist and fitness trainer Elise Fletcher has concepted signature cocktails based on the theme "Fashion vs Function"
Fashion vs Function Ping Pong Tournament
Join the fun and play in the “Fashion vs Function” ping pong tournament hosted by Epic Ping Pong.
Fried Chicken pop up
Chef Jason Tom of Nightmkt in Cambridge features his fried chicken pop up - Bulletproof Chicken. On the menu will be:
- Buttermilk brined, boneless fried chicken thigh
- Panko fried eggplant
- Buttermilk biscuits
- Chili collards
- Hot sauce
- Sweet sauce
Back 2 the Future DJ collective
More tunes for your headtop by DJ collective Back 2 the Future with blended remixes and remade classics with emerging artist and sounds. The catalog is deep, the beats are wavy.
Graphic by Rutger Paulusse
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