Lunar New Year Celebration in SingaporeFebruary 10, 2013 marked the Lunar New Year, a major holiday in Asia and a major cultural event in Asian communities around the world, celebrated with music, food, and good company.

Asian Lunar Celebration New Year Fashion Show

For its eighth year in a row, AsianInNY, New York’s premier online destination for multicultural networking and entertainment, will host its 2013 Lunar New Year celebration fashion show on February 23, 2013 from 6:00-10:00pm at New York Law School located at 185 West Broadway, New York.

*The first 100 people to arrive will receive free raffle tickets (amazing items including bags, wallets, bottled water, t-shirts and more.)
$20 online pre-event purchase* before Feb 22 midnight
$25 at the door
For tickets:

AsianInNY guests will enjoy an exciting line-up of comedy, music, fashion, dance, and food starting with MC for the event, the Godfather of Asian American comedy, Phil Nee. A native New Yorker, Nee appeared recently on “The Colbert Report,” headlined the Hong Kong Comedy Festival, and just completed filming a role in the upcoming movie “Chinese Puzzle.”

Raising the roof will be DJ Simon ‘Taiga’ Tai. Regularly mixing at the hottest clubs in NYC, he can be found spinning events for the likes of LVMH, Dior and Tag Heuer.

This year’s runway fashion show will spotlight Joy Hu, a NYC-based Canadian designer whose couture custom dresses have been worn by Miss Universe Natalie Glebova, Miss Jamaica Chantal Zaky, singer Anjulie, Jersey Shore’s, Angelina Pivarnick, and Model Latina Champion Jessica Caban, and will feature the new collections by other outstanding Asian designers.

Get in the groove early.  Check Anjulie’s hit record, You and I.

Attendees can purchase all the featured items from the fashion shows with discounted rates on after the event where a portion of their profits will give to charity.

Asian models will be sporting TC Charton Eyewear by designer Alexandra Peng Charton, the first North American line created expressly for Asians. Hair and makeup will be done by Charles Lam’s hair salon and beauty spa MessLook. A top international stylist for more than 20 years, Lam’s clients include artists, singers, models and performers from Hong Kong and Taiwan.

The evening’s featured performers will include:

• KI-YO -Singer

• Shoko Tamai – Dancer

• United East Athletics Association – Lion Dance

• Takala Land – Dance Company

• ‘Nuf Said – Live Band

AsianInNYRead more about the performers on the AsianInNY blog.

Sponsors: AriZona Beverages, Asian Real Estate Association of America, Bruce Cost Ginger Ale, Haruo Noro Salon, JOA Production, KOH COCONUT, Manhattan Portage, MessLook, Mika Japanese Cuisine and Bar, MusicDish China, New York Law School, Taiwan Tourism Bureau, TC Charton, Ty Ku, Well Luck Co.,

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