Sunday, February 21, 2010

I volunteered to help Lucullen's first ever fashion show last night.  Beautiful clothing. Check it out.


Site Presents Night Of Music, Fashion, And Food

New York, NY February 1 -, New York’s premier online destination for

networking in the Asian community and multicultural entertainment, will welcome the year of the

Tiger (4707) with a celebration of Lunar New Year featuring an international lineup of

performers on Saturday, February 20th, from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM, at Bennett Media Studio, 725

Washington Street, between West 11th and Banks Streets, in the West Village.

Guests at this fete of Asian culture will be entertained by Philip Galinsky, a co-creator of the

Manhattan Monologue Slam who is regularly seen on Comedy Central, MTV, A&E, ESPN

Classic, and USA Networks; rock singer/songwriter Tora Brava, who has toured extensively

throughout Europe, Asia, and North America; and The Hsu-nami, a progressive rock band of

international fame which had a song featured during the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in


The event will also feature a fashion show from designer Joyce Huang, introducing her new

collection for Lucullen, a high-end fashion brand that has enjoyed worldwide success launching

various collections.

Presiding over the entire night’s festivities as MC will be New York comedian Esther Ku, a

Season Six finalist on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” and a featured regular in the Boston

International Comedy Festival and the New York Underground Comedy Festival.

“During Lunar New Year, it is traditional to reconcile all grudges and sincerely wish peace and

happiness for everyone,” says Diana Lee, principal partner at “To carry on this

tradition, we are organizing this celebration with our members, partners, and friends to share love

between all Asian communities, as well as everyone who is interested in Asian culture.”

The longest and most important holiday on the Lunar calendar, Lunar New Year is joyously

celebrated in the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau, Korea, Tibet, Bhutan,

Mongolia, Vietnam, Singapore, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines.

Major sponsors supporting production of AsianinNY’s Lunar New Year party include China1

Antique Restaurant and Lounge, Ivy Bakery, Kallisti Jewelry, Lucullen, Maggie’s Meals, Noyu

Teas, and YehYehClub.

Media partners for the event include Bennett Media Studio, Brooklyn Fashion Festival, Coalition

of Asian Pacific Americans (CAPA), Culture Catch, MX2 Design Force, ORIENTED, and

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