TRIBEZA Style Week No. 10

For the past 10 years, TRIBEZA Style Week has been Austin’s definitive celebration of all things Austin style. This year’s line up tops them all with a dynamic, curated schedule of seven marquee events that will offer unexpected and exciting experiences of fashion, style, design and cuisine.

Style Week kicks off on September 19 and ends with a glamorous New York style fashion show and VIP party on Thursday, September 26. A portion of the proceeds from the week will benefit the Hospice Austin Fund, an organization that eases the pain of any person in the community facing the final months of a serious illness.

TRIBEZA is pleased to announce DRYGOODS as TRIBEZA Style Week’s presenting sponsor. DRYGOODS is an Austin-based mobile marketplace app exclusively for locally-owned stores to showcase and sell their unique products to a captive audience of followers. LEXUS is the official vehicle of TRIBEZA Style Week and sponsor of the Fashion Show. Featured drinks throughout the week will be provided at the events: beer by Corona Light, Pacifico; cocktails by Crown Royal, Dickel Rye, Deep Eddy Vodka; wine by Troublemaker Red Wine, and Liberty School White Wine. Mandarin Flower Company is creating the floral design while Aztec Events and Tents will provide furniture and accessories. KXAN and CW Austin are our TV media partners and will provide live and recorded coverage throughout the week.

  • 9.20 — CYCLE NIGHT
  • Tickets: $15.
  • 9.21 — SHOP HOP
  • Tickets: $15.
  • Tickets: $40.
  • 9.23 — SKETCH
  • Tickets: $15.
  • 9.24 — UNVEILED
  • Tickets: Dinner $1000 or $1500 per couple.
  • Tickets: Unveiled Party $100.
  • Tickets: VIP Reserved Seating $125, Tickets $75
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Cycle Night

TRIBEZA is bringing back last year’s popular evening of men’s pop-up shops at Revival Cycles on Friday, September 20, 7-10pm. Deemed “Cycle Night,” the event will include pop-up shops from Co-Star, Dandy Suits, HELM Boots, By George, Howler Brothers, Revival Retail, Sam Hill, STAG, Starling Eyewear, Bonobos and Traveller Denim Co. The talented design duo behind LAND, Caleb Owen Everitt and Ryan Rhodes, will have a special art installation on display. The Lumiere Photobooth will be set up for snapping pictures, and DJ GIVE'R will be spinning vintage 78s. Food provided by Easy Tiger and Stiles Switch BBQ, and drinks from Deep Eddy Vodka, Dickle Rye, Troublemaker Red Wine, Liberty School White Wine, Pacifico and Topo Chico.Tickets are $15 in advance and include food and drinks. Tickets will be $20 at the door.

  • Revival Cycles | 5305 Bolm Rd.
  • Friday, September 20 | 7-10pm
  • Tickets: $15
  • Cycle Night illustration by LAND
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Shop Hop

Spend a stylish Saturday afternoon with TRIBEZA at the Shop Hop, sponsored by Google+ Local and Kendra Scott, at Hotel Ella, Austin’s newly renovated boutique hotel (formerly the Mansion at Judges Hill). Browse pop-up shops by Adelante, Etcetera, Etc., Kendra Scott, Kelly Wynne Handbags, y&i clothing boutique, Maya Star, The Boutique on Stonelake, W3LL PEOPLE and Starling Eyewear. Snack on bites from the hotel’s restaurant, Goodall’s Kitchen & Bar, and sip drinks from Deep Eddy Vodka, Corona, Troublemaker Red Wine, Liberty School White Wine, Don Julio Blanco, and Topo Chico. Get your photo snapped in Le Photo Booth. Tickets are $15 in advance and include food and drinks. Tickets will be $20 at the door.

  • Hotel Ella | 1900 Rio Grande St.
  • Saturday, September 21 | 4-7pm
  • Tickets: $15
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Southern Brunch

This year TRIBEZA is throwing a Southern Brunch sponsored by SkyHouse Austin, new high-rise apartments, located at 51 Rainey Street. The beautiful Springdale Farm in East Austin will serve as the backdrop as guests enjoy the culinary stylings of Chef Sonya Coteof Eden East. Gather around the farm tables for a delicious brunch of Southern comfort food and tasty cocktails. Get fitted for a hat by Texas Custom Hatters, try on TOMS new line of sunglasses, or see the latest from STAG while enjoying the musical stylings of Whiskey Shivers. Sip on coffee from Houndstooth or morning cocktails prepared with Deep Eddy Vodka, Modelo, Negro Modelo, Troublemaker Red Wine, Liberty School White Wine, Tanqueray and Topo Chico. Raffles and prizes will be given out by DRYGOODS, LEXUS and SkyHouse Austin. The host committee for the brunch includes Anne & Cameron Campbell, Carly & Clayton Christopher, Bennett Ford, Lauren Smith Ford, Lauren & Sean Greenberg, Brian Haley, Caroline Huddleston, Beau LeBoeuf, Elizabeth & Russell Mollen, Adam Moore, Stephanie & Todd O’Neill and Camille Styles. Tickets are $40 and include food, drinks and live music.

  • Springdale Farm / 745 Mansell Ave.
  • Sunday, September 22, 11:30am-1:30pm
  • Tickets: $40
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As a longtime fan of the University of Texas Fashion Program in the School of Human Ecology, TRIBEZA decided to throw a benefit for the UT Fashion Show Fund that goes toward the program’s annual Fashion Show at the Frank Erwin Center, where seniors get to show off all their work from the year. TRIBEZA is gathering fashion illustrations from top designers around the world that will be framed and on display in the Lewis Carnegie gallery for guests to purchase. All proceeds will benefit the UT Fashion Show Fund. Drinks will be prepared with Deep Eddy Vodka, Negro Modelo, Crown Maple, Troublemaker Red Wine, and Liberty School White Wine. Tickets are $15.

  • Lewis carnegie / 1312 E. Cesar Chavez St.
  • Monday, September 23, 6-8pm
  • Tickets: $15
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TRIBEZA has partnered with CFDA award-winning fine jewelry designer, Nak Armstrong, to present Unveiled, a showcase of the designer’s eponymous collection to benefit the Hospice Austin Fund. This two-part event includes an intimate seated dinner for sixty, followed by an after party with special musical performance and open bar.

While Armstrong’s collection is currently sold at Barneys New York and independent retailers nationwide, this will be the premiere showcase of the collection to his home base of Austin.

Unveiled will not be a selling event, but rather a visually exciting exhibition through a variety of mediums.

Powered by high-profile sponsors, DRYGOODS, Lexus, Posh Properties, Four Hands Home, David Kurio Designs, Townsley Designs, Atomic Picnic and Werd, TRIBEZA is thrilled to have international model and actress, Erin Wasson, host the evening.

Guests will enjoy desserts by James Beard nominated restaurant, La Condesa, a special musical performance and open bar, generously provided by Deep Eddy Vodka, Don Julio, Troublemaker Red Wine, Liberty School White Wine, Corona Light and Topo Chico.

Armstrong has also contributed one-of-a-kind earrings, valued at $10,000, to be raffled off as an additional donation to Hospice Austin Fund.

The dress is cocktail black tie and valet parking is complimentary.

  • Brazos Hall / 204 E. 4th St.
  • Tuesday, September 24
  • Dinner + After Party: $1,000 / After Party: $100
  • Host Erin Wasson
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Fashion Show

The 10th Annual Fashion Show is the grand finale of TRIBEZA Style Week 2013 sponsored by LEXUS. It will be held at University Park on the 7th floor, with floor to ceiling windows, looking over the Austin skyline. Top models from around the state will walk the runway, with hair and makeup by Propaganda Hair Group and fashion looks styled by Maya Star, Co-Star, Julian Gold, Golden Bones, Saks Fifth Avenue San Antonio, Feathers Boutique, MOSS, y&i clothing boutique, Estilo, The Garden Room, Rare Trends, Service Menswear and Adelante. As a progression of last year's event, the 2013 Fashion Show backdrop design by Matt Fajkus Architecture will explore light, form and fabrication. Through surface modulation and projection, these elements will define Style Week as a fresh and innovative series of events, setting the stage to "fashion the future." Atomic Picnic will style the lighting for the evening. Following the show, guests will enjoy an after party sponsored by Turnquist Partners Realtors with spaces created by Loot Vintage Rentals, food from a few of Austin’s top restaurants including TRIO, Parkside, Backspace and olive & june, and drinks by Deep Eddy Vodka, Captain Morgan, Troublemaker Red Wine, Liberty School White Wine, Topo Chico, and Corona. Tickets are $75 and VIP tickets are $125. Both can be purchased here.

  • University Park / 3300 N. I-35
  • Thursday, September 26, 7pm
  • VIP Reserved Seating: $125 / Tickets: $75
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