Thursday, February 19, 2009 for 2.19.09-2.25.09

Fall 2009 looks by Calpurnia Peach / Image by Marshall Photography / Styling by Eclecticoiffeur

A look by Red Shoe Clothing Co. / Image by Ryan Cloutier / Modeled by Hina Khan

A look by Laura Fulk / Image by John Klukas

Art: Almost Nothing at The Soap Factory
Performance: Mirah Ammal's Rak'in' Cabaret at BLB (print version only)
Nightlife: The Dollhouse Post-Valentine's Party at the View (print version only)
Music: Vinyl Roulette: Sounds of the Sabbath at King and I Thai
Music: The Music Tapes at 7th St. Entry
Music: DD/MM/YYYY at Triple Rock is available online and free on newstands every Thursday.

Another art event worth checking out is Archipelago: A community of drawings by Zach Pearl. A graphic designer, art director, and frequent Laura Fulk collaborator, Zach Pearl is lesser known for his hand-drawn imagery, but it's surprisingly organic while retaining Pearl's eye for design. He will be presenting his first solo show which he says express the experience of being an artist in that professional purgatory knonwn as the mid-20s. The Sunday afternoon opening will be followed by brunch. (Reception & brunch 12-4 p.m. Sun. Exhibition runs through Feb. 29. Free. Susan Hensel Gallery, 3441 Cedar Av. S., Mpls. 612-722-2324.

"Ivrogne" by Zach Pearl

Check out this week's edition of L'etoile Magazine's What's What for more fun things to do this weekend in the Twin Cities, featuring my blog on Kanye West's line of sneakers for Louis Vuitton.

Image by Digital Crush / Styling by Eclecticoiffeur

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