F-F-FASHION FREAKOUT F-F-FIVE on F-F-Friday, March 2

Fashion Freakout takes over Mohawk on Friday night

F-F-FASHION FREAKOUT F-F-FIVE on F-F-Friday, March 2

There's no need to stutter when you broadcast your plans for this Friday night, the early half, anyway. They should include the fifth Fashion Freakout at Mohawk, because everyone else will be there, too. We're happy this year, because a) warmer temperatures mean happier models; and b) warmer temperatures mean said models

won't drink all of the champagne. Okay, scratch that, they're models. In any case, Prototype Vintage Design, Buffalo Exchange, and newcomers Charm School Vintage team up to bring it on another chilly night. We used to wonder why this event is held in winter, but now we dig its haute frigid, slightly dark distraction. Music provided courtesy of The Flesh Lights, OBN III's, and A Giant Dog.

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