The striking platinum-bobbed knockout Becka Diamond, dubbed New York City’s modern-day Edie Sedwick & “It Girl” by Nylon Magazine, will be spinning nostalgic, danceable jams at Room 86 until very, very late.
Simultaneously, we’ll have The Dance Party hailing all the way from D.C. & Angeleno natives Das Tapes performing live on the main stage in Dim Mak Studios. Perhaps our specific goal for this Factory night is to get all you stylish partygoers letting loose & moving your hips (and, as always, we’ll do what we do best & promise you plenty of babes & booze)!
Lab Art’s very own artist Gregory Siff, whose work is Pop Art meets Abstract-expressionism meets Street Art, will be decking The Factory out! Siff’s work has also appeared in Andy Warhol’s Interview Magazine, Paper Mag, The LA Times, Complex and Glamour.
We hope you can join us in celebrating the very best in fashion, art, & music at The Factory – email@example.com for exclusive inclusion on the guest list.