The stylish and ambitious Marquis Phifer of LateBoots.com is always speaking about the importance of passion, drive, and following your dreams. A bona fide hustler at heart, his blog is his voice that reinforces the idea of self-determination, realizing that the power to shape your own reality lies in your ability to take initiative. This time, he's promoting a gathering sponsored by EventBrite for young creative professionals such as bloggers, models, designers, and artists to network and express their passion for their crafts."The Dress Code" as the soiree is named, will be tomorrow, October 8 at 10 p.m. inside the Licquid Lounge in Atlanta, Georgia. Read more for details."There are not many events in Atlanta that bring upon an atmosphere that promotes networking, and expressing what one is passionate about that pertains to fashion, music, art and culture; in a party atmosphere. The event that we have organized entitled: “The Dress Code” does just that. “The Dress Code” will take place Friday October 8th, 2010 from 10pm until 3am. The venue of the event is located at 299 Peters Street, Atlanta GA (Licquid Lounge). The location and design of the venue has a lot to do with the purpose of the event. Licquid Lounge is located on Peters Street, which houses numerous boutiques, salons, art galleries, tattoo parlors and dining facilities. Peters Street is known for bringing upon a crowd who are all passionate about fashion, music, art and culture in addition to being an individual. The venue consists of plush seating areas ideal for conversation and networking, a dance floor, a stage, plasma televisions, bar and an outside patio. We intend on utilizing the venue to its fullest potential.
Our event “The Dress Code” is targeting college students and the young tastemakers of today’s generation in the Atlanta area. These “tastemakers” include but are not limited to bloggers, upcoming clothing designers, artists, and models. The purpose of this event is to create an environment that promotes networking, inspiration and serve as a method to showcase the talents of those who attend. In addition to motivate the young leaders by building connections that will help them advance in their respected fields. An ongoing theme of this event is to “Aspire to Inspire before you Expire.” In order to succeed in today’s society, one must be willing to convey what they are good at and utilize those around them in order to climb the ladder of excellence and success" -EventBrite
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