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Amelie G Midsummer 2012 Release Party



Shortly before Pan Am provided commercial jet services between London, New York City, Paris, Rome and Los Angeles in 1958 for the jetsetters, the aristocrats, socialites, painters and fashion designers of the 1920s fox-trotted and socialized in dazzling parties in Paris extravagantly known as the “Café Society”. Sophisticated, elegant and exclusive, these cosmopolitan socialites were the patrons who forged the success of cultural legends like Cole Porter, Yves Saint Laurent, and Ernest Hemingway, just to name a few.

Amelie G is inspired to resurrect the mission of Café Society, right in the 21st century. On July 20th, the W Hotel French Quarter will host Amelie G’s exclusive midsummer party, featuring emerging designer Stephanie Young, Bespoke Tailor Henry Torrence, custom tailor Q Clothier and custom coachbuilder J.T. Nesbitt. Never slowing, never stopping, Amelie G is proud to release the Motion Issue at the French Quarter’s sexiest hotel—and you’re invited.

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Date: Friday, July 20th 2012
Time: 7pm-10pm
Venue: W Hotel French Quarter

Along with showcasing these 21st-century renaissance talents, Amelie G is honored to support the mission of watchmaker Epic International. A portion of Exclusive VIP ticket sales will be donated to Epic, helping provide clean drinking water to developing countries. Every Exclusive VIP ticket is accompanied by an Epic timepiece, letting you dazzle while making a difference. We’ll see you at the W.

Sincerely,

The Amelie G Team
www.ameliegmag.com

Brought to you by:
Amelie G  |  W Hotel  |  Q Clothier  |  Henry Torrence  |  MiH Jeans  |  Fornarina  |  Vernon  |  Shanti Yoga  |  Ogden Museum of Southern Art  |  New Orleans Rum  |  Cîroc Vodka

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