Bed-Vyne Brew Presents: An evening with CoSign, Inc. to celebrate the pre-launch of their Kickstarter
Participate in raffles for tickets to a Broadway show, Brooklyn Nets gear and more; a silent and live auction, all on the eve of the Nigerian Independence Day Parade.
Friday October 10th, 2014.
370 Tompkins Avenue Brooklyn, NY
RSVP at Eventbrite
The CoSign app helps users find hard-to-find items with their smartphone. CoSign eliminates the detective work of trying to find where-to-buy items you see on social media by allowing users the opportunity to “tag” desirable products seen on images, videos and magazines that have been uploaded to social media.
The best part: users receive a monetary reward every time their followers purchase an item from the image they shared in social media that is on the app! The Kickstarter project goes live on October 17 and the app will be available for download on November 21. The beta version is available on the company website
Princess London Shoes is focused on intricate detail and fine craftsmanship which is why celebrities often request the brand for that very special, yet one-of-a-kind statement shoe. The heels are often embellished with Swarovski crystals, exotic stones, daring spikes, tapestry, floral prints and more.
By customizing the shoe to their liking, women are afforded the option to have a limited-edition heel. Princess London shoes originated as a custom women’s footwear company inspired by the edgy yet sophisticated style seen in New York, Paris and London.
The line exudes class and appeals to a modern woman with exquisite taste. The designer, who is a native of Cape Verde, handpicks every element of the shoe from the trim, to the stones and exotic skins. In 2014, The PL men’s collection will make its debut followed by a women’s collection inspired by Africa.
Designer Adama Kai has embarked on her fashion journey at a very young age and later honed her extensive knowledge in fine arts and architecture from both The Masters School and The Parsons School of Design, one of the most prestigious fashion schools in the United States. Adama has received several awards for having lifted the veil on the emerging fashion market and talent coming from her home country Sierra Leone.
Her love for photography and fine art exposed her to the young talents of Wangechi Mutu, Rodin, Ananias Leki Dago and Peter Beard. The architecture of renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright and the emerging talents of Daniel Slagle and David Adjei allowed her to understand the importance of 3D form when designing for the human body.
She is also inspired by the stunning works of Charles James, Vionnet, Alexander McQueen, Rick Owens, Haider Ackerman and Mary Katranzou. Adama creates clothes that are beautifully crafted from the inside out.