Are you excited for Audrey Magazine’s 5th Annual Audrey’s Night Out as we are? We’re giving away tickets (General Admission Seated, value of $60 each) for Audrey’s Night Out every morning for the rest of this week (Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday!).
Here are some ways to enter:
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2. Leave a comment on this post with your Twitter handle (we’ll contact you there if you win!). This will count as your entry!
3. You must be 21 and over to enter!
For more info about the fashion show, please visit the Audrey’s Night Out website.
Jamie Chung, Justin Chon, and Clinton Sparks? Those are only some of the entertainment headlining Audrey’s Night Out 2012, as Audrey Magazine returns with their biggest event of the year –AND unveils the new look of the publication for their big fall issue. Oh yeah – and we’re also giving away a round trip private jet experience package to VEGAS! Read on for more information!
Woah — for TGIFree Friday: Audrey’s Fashion Night Out Goody Bag we had over 60 comments! Thank you everyone for your support! The giveaway is over, but we are giving new subscribers another chance to win these goody bags filled with several hundred dollars worth of goodies. All you have to do is subscribe to Audrey Magazine from now until October 21st and you will automatically be entered for a chance to win. The deadline for this deal is Friday, October 21st at 11:59 PST, so get your subscription soon! You must have a US mailing address to win. AND comment here and tell us you subscribed for an additional entry!
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From swimwear to contemporary lines to evening gowns, Audrey’s Fashion Night Out was certainly a show filled with variety. Don’t worry, we’re not planning on keeping it all a secret from those of you who weren’t there (but then again, why would you have missed it?) We are here to show you some snapshots from the show! There’ll be more in our Winter issue, so be sure to get it when it comes out!
You’ve heard us raving and raving about the fabulous Audrey’s Night Out goody bag our VIP guests received this year.
Now, one lucky reader can enter to win that goody bag!
For those of you who missed last week’s Audrey’s Fashion Night Out 2011, click here to see the official photos from the event!
As you all probably heard, this year’s Audrey’s Night Out took place at Exchange LA in downtown Los Angeles and featured celebrity guests, a hosted bar, and live performances by Kaba Modern and Blush. New this year was a marketplace area featuring “pop-up shops” featuring Shocking Goat, Neoclassics, MYVL, Anh Volcek, Onanong Swimwear, My Ninja!, and the two charity partners Viva La Art and Asians for Miracle Marrow Matches (A3M). Featured designers on the runway were Anh Volcek, Eryn Brinie, Dalia MacPhee, Truth and Pride, Onanong Swimwear, SAJA and Blue Tassel. Much thanks to the following sponsors that helped make it all possible: Ketel One Vodka, Toyota, Wi Spa, Myx TV, Miss Me Jeans, MM Couture, Kabuki Restaurants, Jellypop and hair/makeup sponsor Diana Lomelin. Be sure to click the link HERE to see all the great photos from the event.
“Audrey’s Night Out is filled with free booze, fashion plus lots of hot girls and guys. If you could only pick one, what would you choose?” While other people may be there for the alcohol and the hotties, I was there for the fashion. Here’s my fashion picks for the night:
1. Classic Cocktail Dresses
Simplicity speaks louder than you think. I am loving Nikki Soohoo’s cocktail dress here with the heart neckline and black and nude contrast. It hugs her in all the right places and she looks absolutely stunning.
Watch Pacific Rim Video’s coverage of Audrey’s Fashion Night Out:
The models for Audrey’s Night Out have been cast!
Get an exclusive glimpse of the casting process (as well as a look at the swanky Exchange LA venue, where we’ll be holding Audrey’s Night Out) below:
I’m Chinese so there’s no denying it …
I love getting goody bags when I attend events.
And let’s face it, a good goody bag is hard to receive. A lot of times, they’re just stuffed with advertisements, half-broken frisbees, and lip glosses in shades I would only wear during Halloween.