Artists for Obama showcased the highly-anticipated Gemini Portfolio, a dynamic body of work by artists across the country. As they wandered through the Lora Reynolds Gallery, guests explored an eclectic array of pieces, from work by esteemed architect Frank Gehry to Ann Hamilton’s breathtaking art installations.
Adelante celebrated two decades of style at the 26 Doors Shopping Center. Since it opened its doors in 1992, the boutique, under the helm of Tricia Mason Roberts, has become Austin’s destination for casual, elegant fashion. Friends, family and patrons savored bites by 34th Street Café and music by the Copa Kings.
Members of the architecture and design community convened at the W Residences pool deck to celebrate the unveiling of TRIBEZA's October Architecture Issue, which featured Jamie Chioco's latest project on the cover.
Guests snacked on delicious selections from Joaquin Avellan's Dos Lunas Cheese and paté from The Letelier Food Company and sips from the Duchman Family Winery and the Breckenridge Distillery. TRIBEZA partnered with Scott + Cooner on the event and those in attendance walked through a stunning penthouse furnished by Scott + Cooner.
Ballet Austin celebrated 50 years of its Nutcracker production, spiriting guests away to the fantastical world of Clara’s dream, complete with whimsical sets and surprises around every corner. Guests danced into the night with the Invisible Czars, Mandy Lauderdale and DJ Spinderella, as they supported Ballet Austin’s education and outreach programs.
Chef David Bull transformed his renowned corner of Second and Congress into a culinary block party, benefiting No Kid Hungry’s mission to end childhood hunger. Visiting chefs, including Bradford Thompson and Lincoln Carson, joined local favorites, such as Bryce Gilmore and Josh Watkins, for a decadent evening of cuisine and drinks.
Gensler, a renowned architecture, design, planning and consulting firm, hosted an elegant White Party at the heart of downtown Austin. Chef Paul Qui crafted an exquisite menu for the evening, while artwork provided by D Berman Gallery and featuring artist George Krause created a stunning backdrop.
HELM Boots unveiled its first line of work books beautifully crafted in the USA. Held at Easy Tiger, the launch party showcased classic motorcycles by Revival Cycles and limited edition silkscreen prints. Carlos Jackson DJed throughout the evening, while guests enjoyed bites by Easy Tiger and Golden Ale by South Austin Beerworks.
This year's TRIBEZA Fashion Show headed to the seventh floor University Park Tower where guests stepped off the elevator to a stunning chandelier installation created by the Sofia and Victoria Avila, the lovely duo behind Mandarin Flower Co. Attendees mingled while taking in sweeping views of the city from every direction during a cocktail hour featuring drinks by Deep Eddy Vodka, Corona, Leprechaun Hard Cider, Skinnygirl Cocktails and Victoria and bites by Gusto Italian Kitchen + Wine Bar, Sara Belle's Bakery, Sullivan's Steakhouse, The Carillon, Urban and Walton's Fancy and Staple. The runway show began against a beautiful backdrop created by mf architecture featuring looks from c.
Fashion fans gathered at the Stateside at the Paramount Theater for Fashion Flick, a screening of Bill Cunningham New York as part of Dachis Group Presents TRIBEZA Style Week. The night was sponsored by Neiman Marcus and the first 50 to arrive received gift bags from Neiman Marcus. The couple that came dressed in the looks most likely to catch Mr. Cunningham's eye won a special package of dinner at Congress, spa treatments to Away Spa at the W Austin, two tickets to an ACL Live show and a shopping experience to Neiman Marcus.
TRIBEZA partnered with the design collective Public School for the first ever A Custom Build at Revival Cycles during Dachis Group Presents TRIBEZA Style Week. The night was sponsored by Allens Boots, Austin Subaru and Neuro and brought together our favorite men's brands like Stag, By George, Howler Brothers, Criquet Shirts, Dandy's, Allens Boots, CoStar, Noah Marion Quality Goods and Helm for pop up stores throughout the Shop. Guests snacked on bites from Frank, Banger's Sausage, Stiles Switch BBQ & Brew and Good Pop while sipping drinks from Neuro, Skinnygirl, Deep Eddy Vodka, Leprechaun Hard Cider and Crown Imports. Public School created a special art installation of black and white work just for the event.