Fashion’s Night Out
October 12 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Curio x 21c Chicago present Fashion’s Night Out!
On October 12th, The Curio x 21c Museum Hotel Chicago will present the 2nd annual Fashion’s Night Out hosted by actress / writer Yolonda Ross (Jada on Showtime series “The Chi”) and featuring 7 of Chicago’s hottest fashion designers presented in live model vignettes. Complimentary cocktails from Inspiro Tequila & wine from Mmmm….Just Enjoy! throughout the evening, and passed hors d’oeuvres from Lure Fishbar.
Designer To Be Showcased:
7:00pm: Doors Open & Photo Opps @ Arrival Area
7:30-9:00pm: Designer Live Model Vignettes
9:00-10:00pm: Post Presentation Reception
Purchase Tickets Here Limited quantity now available!
General Admission Tickets: $75 / person
Includes: Admission, 3 hours of complimentary sponsored cocktails and wine, passed hors d’oeuvres from Lure Fishbar and fashion presentation
VIP Tickets: Very limited quantity. Only available to VIP Curio Members (who will receive 2 VIP tickets). Must sign up by Sept 29th.
Includes: Above, plus meet & greet with the evening’s participating designers and host.
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Your Evening’s Host: Actress / Writer Yolonda Ross
Yolonda Ross is an actress, writer, director and producer. She is a twice nominated IFP Spirit Award nominee, and a Gotham Award winner. Yolonda is currently enjoying her 6th season as “Jada Washington” in Lena Waithe’s Showtime series “THE CHI”. Known for her authentic and layered characters, Yolonda has worked with everyone from Denzel Washington in “ANTWONE FISHER” to David Mamet in “PHIL SPECTOR” and Angela Bassett in “WHITNEY”.
She has had recurring roles in Baz Luhrmann’s “THE GET DOWN” on Netflix, ABC’s “HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER”, the mini-series “TERROR LAKE DRIVE”, and the recent Showtime “AMERICAN GIGOLO” opposite Jon Bernthal. Also, HBO’s “TREME” – which led her behind the camera to direct her short music film, “BREAKING NIGHT”.
She’s a member of NY’s famed Labyrinth Theater Company and recently finished the world premiere run of “HOW BLOOD GO” at Steppenwolf Theatre, produced by Congo Square in Chicago.
Next up on the big screen she can be seen starring opposite Liam Neeson in the feature film “THUG” – coming in 2024.