Friday, June 13, 2008

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF SOUL: Sample Sale

Hey Lovelies,

The U Street Corridor, in Washington DC, has long been the center of African American nightlife. Its home of the Lincoln Theatre and the world famous Ben's Chili Bowl, and in the past few years has grown into a prime location of unique fashion. What a perfect place for National Society of Soul. Virtuous Blue was honored to introduce you to National Society of Soul, check out the post HERE.

This Saturday, June 14th, National Society of Soul will be hosting a Sample Sale at the Dekka Show Room on U Street. Ladybug will be introducing new items and everything will be specially priced.

Check out the flyer below. This is an event you do not want to miss. I look forward to seeing you all there.

Keep it BLUE!!!

2 comments:

Caramel Mimi said...

wow... I may check that out. Cool blog!

Whitney said...

Thanks for the heads up! Cool blog - Charlize Theron looks gorgeous at the MTV awards btw, best one there! So since you're all about style and fashion, I wanted to let you know about some thrilling new webisodes called If Looks Could Kill. Toyota, who I work for, just had their launch party for it this week and Keyshia Cole rocked the place! This web show follows an aspiring fashion designer, Bianca, who's involved in international espionage by night. If you're familiar with the BMW shorts from a couple of years ago (Guy Ritchie, Madonna), these webisodes definitely have a similar production level.

Link: http://www.iflookscouldkill.com

Interactive: Toyota has gone one step further, the viewer can interact with Bianca to help her unravel the mystery that has suddenly become her life. I really enjoy the multiple levels; it adds a dimension of reality to the story and builds a unique relationship between the main character and viewer.

Launch party: We just had our official launch party this week in NYC— with a special performance by Keyshia Cole, and appearances made by Alexis Phifer, Rosci, Avant, Eric Benet, and Mashonda!

I'd really love your take on the first episode—Haute Pursuit—and discuss more as the other episodes roll-out. Myself, I'm still trying to figure out who the bad guy is—the ex, the boyfriend, the boss? Or maybe it's Nana? lol

Again, would love your take because bloggers like yourself definitely have a good eye about what's cool, hot and current. I would have contacted you via email but I didn't know which the best way to reach you was. I hope I didn't overstep my bounds by directly contacting you.

Don't be shy! :)

Best,
Whitney Maiers
ILCK Ambassador
maiers.whitney@gmail.com