• Beauty in the 21st Century

    Circle City Industrial Complex

    DETAILS The beauty industry has been evolving since the beginning of the 21st Century. It has progressively become more and more inclusive, with brands releasing a greater range of skin cosmetics and textured-hair products. Although this is great progress, the industry still has a lot of work to do. There remains a lack of understanding on how to apply these products properly to diverse hair and skin types. Our ‘Beauty in the 21st Century’ event will have a variety of speakers that will discuss their experience with this issue, as well as provide tips about working with diverse hair textures and skin tones. SPEAKERS Moderator Danelle French Makeup Artist Amber Weston Makeup Artist/Educator Lorena Sommers Hairstylist Christina Lockett Model Kali Potter with LModelz Our featured influencer is Nikki Brown Makeup. SCHEDULE 6:00p Doors open for Networking 6:30 Welcome & Featured Influencer 6:40p Panel & Q&A 7:40p Networking 8:30pm Wrap Huge thanks to Circle City Industrial Complex for hosting!!

  • Making Magazines is Easy! (lol, just kidding)

    Barnes & Noble @ IUPUI

    Join PATTERN magazine Editor-in-Chief, Polina Osherov & Design Director, Lindsay Hadley for a spirited discussion about the world of indie magazines. Find out how much time it takes to put together an issue (a couple of hours!), how simple it is (cake walk!), how expensive it is (free!), how many people it takes to make it happen (just a couple!), and more! Seriously though, if you've ever wondered what it's like to work in magazine publishing or what it takes to start your own magazine, Polina & Lindsay will not hold anything back. All your burning questions will be answered! It's a fairly small space so seating is limited. Event schedule: 6pm Grab a coffee or some grub and join us in the B&N Cafe 6:15pm Presentation starts 7:00pm Q&A time 7:15pm Mingle and meet new people 7:45pm Boom! It's over! Pay parking for guests is available in the Vermont St. garage connected to the Campus Center where B&N is located on Level 1.

  • Vol. 16 PATTERN magazine Launch party

    324 E New York St

    So excited to launch our 16th issue!! Hope you can all join us! Please visit our eventbrite page to buy your ticket and RSVP: https://vol16identity.eventbrite.com

  • August PATTERN meetup - Doing Tradeshows Right

    LO-FI Lounge

    You've got product! Dope tees, awesome leather goods, a fragrant skin care line, or some beautiful ready-to-wear apparel...now what? How do you get your product out there and have people buy it? One way is to participate in a tradeshow where hundreds or even thousands see your goods and place orders. Sounds easy enough, right? Riiiiiight! Come to this event if you've been thinking about hitting the tradeshow circuit, and hear our experts talk about all the things you need to keep in mind as you embark on your tradeshow adventure. We will also be talking about our upcoming 4th annual SUPPLY tradeshow. Panelists include Cahmelan Porter of Komafi, & Emily Kennerk of Bitchstix. Our featured brand is Unfollowed Creator. Doors open for networking at 6pm. Panel starts at 6:40p Admission is free, but seats are limited, so please visit https://patterntrade.eventbrite.com to secure your spot! Thank you to Lo Fi for hosting!

  • May PATTERN Meetup - Sustainable Fashion: Reuse, Recycle, Repurpose

    Please RSVP to this FREE event via our Eventbrite page here: https://sustainablepattern.eventbrite.com DETAILS Some years ago, fashion industry leaders recognized the importance of changing the way we produce, market and consume fashion. Today, sustainability has become the most important innovation driver in the fashion industry and a much discussed issue around the globe. What is sustainable fashion? How do you know if what you are buying is “sustainable”? How is sustainable fashion different from slow fashion? What can we as consumers do to help support this vital movement? Hear the answers to these and any of your other pressing questions firsthand from our expert moderator and guest panelists. Get ready for an insightful panel discussion on the future of fashion. See you there! WHAT TO EXPECT Doors open at 6p for networking; and presentation begins at 6:45pm with time ffor Q&As at the end of the session. Bring a notebook, and business cards. MEET OUR PANEL Guest moderator: Polly Barks Guest Panelists: Aaron of Naptown Thrift Emma Hagenauer of People for Urban Progress Sara Baldwin of Lux & Ivy WHO THIS EVENT IS FOR This event is perfect for designers, influencers, fashionistas, stylists, bloggers, models, photographers, makeup & hair artists, brand & boutique owners and other industry professionals! Thank you to HARRISON CENTER for being our venue sponsor!

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  • April PATTERN Meetup - 2019 Indy Fashion Industry Update

    Circle City Industrial Complex

    DETAILS Do you feel like interesting fashion events just sneak up on you at the last minute because you didn't know they were coming up? Do you wonder how to connect to the people you see doing dope projects on instagram? Do you wonder what, if anything is being done in Central Indiana to advance the fashion industry and arts? This event's for you! We're bringing together some of Indy's top fashion leaders to talk about their organizations, events and how you can become involved to help grow your business, your art and the Indianapolis scene overall. COST The event is free, but please be sure to RSVP via Eventbrite as seating is limited: https://indyfashion2019.eventbrite.com. WHAT TO EXPECT Doors open at 6p for networking; and presentation begins at 6:30pm sharp to allow for a Q&A time at the end of the session. Bring a notebook, and business cards. OUR PANELISTS INCLUDE Denisha 'Dlang" Ferguson, Indiana Fashion Week (https://www.indianafashionweek.com/) Leslie Bailey, Fashion Arts Society (https://discovernewfields.org/give-and-join/become-member/affiliate/fashion-arts-society) Ms. Nicole René, (http://www.passion4fashionweek.com) Our featured brand is Komafi! (https://www.komafi.com/) Our featured influencer is Aisha Herring of The Strength of She. (http://thestrengthofshe.com) Panel will be moderated by PATTERN's Executive Director, Polina Osherov. WHO THIS EVENT IS FOR This event is perfect for designers, influencers, fashionistas, stylists, bloggers, models, photographers, makeup & hair artists, brand & boutique owners and other industry professionals!

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  • PATTERN Magazine vol. 15 Launch Party

    Needs a location

    Do not RSVP via MEETUP.COM! Please RSVP via Eventbrite HERE https://vol15musicissue.eventbrite.com Join us Saturday, March 23 to celebrate the release of Vol. 15 of PATTERN Magazine - our second MUSIC issue - where we take on the growing Indianapolis music scene. PATTERN is a 501c3 non-profit. All proceeds from this event go to support our Creative Fellowship programming, and the production of the magazine. 6:00-7:30PM - VIP ticket holders only 7:30-11PM - Open to General Admission Refreshments: Cash bar and complimentary snacks will be available Dress code: Dress to impress Music curated by LARI PATI with Brooke Billions & Ferris Booler. Special features: Digital effects provided by Blockhouse Studios; Vintage concert poster exhibit provided by Indy's music lovers. Thank you to sponsors Cardinal Spirits, CharBlu, Uptown Realty Investors, Sun King Brewing, and Mass Ave Wine Shop. The Launch Party is a 21 & over event. EVERYONE MUST HAVE A VALID PHOTO I.D. TO ENTER THE EVENT SPACE. No refunds. PARKING OPTIONS: There's a paid parking lot across the road from the space, Mall Parking, or street parking on the Circle, on Washington St, or Meridian St. Please RSVP via Eventbrite HERE https://vol15musicissue.eventbrite.com Hope to see you there!

  • January PATTERN Meetup - Building a Successful Career as a Fashion Stylist

    Join us and special guest David Wilson of Third Concept, a NYC-based creative stylist, and social media strategist, to learn what it takes to become a professional fashion stylist in markets big and small. This is an opportunity to participate in an open dialogue about the struggles of trying to "make it" and embracing opportunities. Some of the things you'll learn about are: - What is a fashion stylist and what's the difference between a fashion stylist, a commercial wardrobe stylist and a personal shopper - How to work with a creative team - How to work with designers and boutiques to pull clothing - Ways to break into the industry - Building confidence by overcoming insecurities that have overpowered your ability to create. - Finding inspiration, establishing your look and building a client base - Professional conduct on set & working with client expectations - Digital tools and tips to build your freelance brand Doors open at 6p for networking; and presentation begins at 6:30pm sharp to allow for a Q&A time at the end of the session. Bring a notebook, and business cards.

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  • November PATTERN Meetup - Level UP: Working with agencies and publications

    Circle City Industrial Complex

    $10.00

    If you're a freelance photographer, videographer, wardrobe stylist, makeup artist, hair stylist or writer and you're wondering how to book gigs with ad & model agencies or print publications you should participate in this fireside "mini-chat" meetup! You will hear from an ad agency art director, a model agency owner, a magazine art director and commercial photographer about how to stand out from the crowd, and get to the top of the shortlist of freelance talent. Doors open at 6p for networking; and presentation begins at 6:30pm sharp to allow for a Q&A time at the end of the session. Bring a notebook, and business cards. Pizza and soda/water/beer will be provided. Our guests include: Dan Shearin, Young & Laramore (https://www.yandl.com/) Andrea Ratcliff, Indianapolis Monthly (https://indymonthly.com/) Steve Brokaw, SEEN Models (http://www.stevenbrokawphotography.com & http://seenmodels.com) Moderators Jay Goldz, (http://iamjaygoldz.com/) Polina Osherov (http://www.polinaosherov.com/ & http://patternindy.com)

  • PATTERN's Third Annual StreetExpo

    416Wabash

    If you love fashion, music & culture, and supporting local brands & entrepreneurs, then check out PATTERN’s 3rd Annual StreetExpo! The Expo is the only creative lifestyle fashion trade show in Central Indiana. The purpose of the event is to connect brands to one another and to you! Stop by and meet the designers, shop their booths, enjoy the digital fashion show and the dj! Wear your stylish best, and get your photo taken in our Style Photobooth! Good vibes all around! The StreetExpo is open to the public and free! After the StreetExpo, stick around for the After Party sponsored by Quality Boutique and featuring Drayco McCoy, Mathaius Young and others! If you're interested in being a vendor, get more info at patternindy.com. Thank you to sponsors - 416 Wabash SunKing Brewing Mallow Run Winery Poke Guru RNDC/Jack Daniels

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