On Saturday, November 24, WORN Fashion Journal will get your inner kitten out of the alley and onto the dance floor with our Black Cat Ball. Bring out your best ball style in black and white and watch as fashion comes on little cat feet. Bring a date or just walk on your wild lone.
If luck is a lady (or at least not a jerk) you’ll get a shot at our raffle. We’ll be offering purrecious prizes from:
Drawn & Quarterly
Freedom Clothing Collective
Little Brother Magazine
Little Island Comics
Tip the scales with extra raffle tickets for just $1. Want to frolic with fellow felines? Our cat ear headbands will have you meowing for more.
And when you’re done with the madness, move onto the magic. We predict you’ll get your whiskers in a twist with an eclectic mix of highly danceable oldies and favourites with WORN’s own Teddy the K.
THE BLACK CAT BALL
Saturday, November 24, 2012
805 Dovercourt Rd, Toronto
Scratch at the door: 9:00 p.m.
Pawll for a taxi: 2:00 a.m.
Don’t purrcrostinate—order your advance tickets for only $10 right meow.
She Does The City
Ontario Arts Council
The Wornettes are coming to Toronto’s Word on the Street, and we want to see YOU—yes, you—at our booth. We’ll be offering ridiculously good deals on back issues of WORN, plus gift packs, puppets, buttons, and more, and we’ll be doing it all in really cute outfits.
You can find us in Magazine Mews at the intersection of St. Joseph’s Street and Queen Park this Sunday, September 23, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
photography // Adam Goldhammer
Saturday August 18th, WORN will be selling our wares at the Bloorcourt Festival in Toronto from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Keep your eyes peeled for our booth on Bloor Street, between Dovercourt and Delaware, where we will be peddling our latest issue, subscriptions, back issues, and special merch.
We will be there with bells on (not literally, that might be annoying), so come visit. The vendors are plentiful, WORN is in good company: scope out yarn goods from Scarffaces and Holly Knitlightly, feminist prints from Dot Handmade and adorable paintings of colorful kitties from Queen of the Cats.
What better way to send off summer? See you there!
Was it a California girl? A summer fling that didn’t mean a thing? But oh—those summer nights.
On Tuesday, July 31st, WORN Fashion Journal will get your achey-breakey heart in front of a karaoke machine at SUPERMARKET (268 Augusta Avenue).
We’ve got a karaoke machine, a microphone, sad, sad, sad songs, and enough bitter tears and sweet liquor to fill a swimming pool. What else could you possibly need to mourn your latest romantic folly?
All proceeds go to the production of WORN Fashion Journal. This time, Heartbreak Karaoke will fund the summer rent for our office! We can’t make a magazine without a roof over our heads. Support independent publishing, and sing us a sad song!
$5 Admission if you’re wearing red or pink
Each song is $1
Jump the line for $10
Celine Dion songs are $5
268 Augusta Avenue
Hosted by: Karaoke Ted
Bring on the heartbreak: 9:00 p.m.
You don’t have to go home but you can’t stay here: 2:00 a.m.
Red and pink: preferred
Your heart on your sleeve: mandatory
Can’t attend this event, but you still want to support independent fashion publishing? You’re making us blush! No amount is too small to win our hearts.