Harlem Haberdashery Hosts Kentucky Derby Style In Honor Of 7th Anniversary Celebration

Harlem Haberdashery hosts Kentucky Derby style celebration in honor of 7 years of success of their award-winning, critically-acclaimed and bespoke boutique in Harlem.

Guests are invited to attend Harlem Haberdashery, enjoy cocktails, and take photos in their Kentucky Derby best. The family will make a few remarks along with special guests about what the boutique has brought to the evolving Harlem community.

The Haberdashery is listed as “One of the best places to shop in Harlem” (Racked.com). The “retail expression” of  5001 FLAVORS located in the heart of Harlem, NY opened in 2012. The nearly 2,000 square foot boutique, former home of the late civil rights leader Malcolm X, carries emerging accessory and apparel designers and pays homage to Harlem’s rich history and luminaries.

Harlem Haberdashery, philanthropic endeavors include The League: A Distinguished Gentleman’s Movement, Inc., #TakeCareOfHarlem, and three (3) annual philanthropic events: “Masquerade Ball”, “Elegant for Prom” and “Holiday Toy & Coat Drive. Harlem Haberdashery regularly donates to Boys & Girls Club of Harlem, Food Bank of New York, Harlem Hospital Center, and other charitable organizations.

The family expanded into lifestyle with the 2018 launch of their tailored-made spirit collections – HH Bespoke Spirits featuring gin, rum, and vodka of premium value.

Saturday, May 4, 2019, 4 – 9 PM

4 – 7 PM, 145th Viewing of Kentucky Derby

7 – 9 PM, 7 Year Anniversary Reception with Cocktails by HH Bespoke Spirits

Harlem Haberdashery, 245 Lenox Avenue (at W. 123rd Street), New York, NY 10027

Photo credit: Harlem Haberdashery 4th Year Anniversary Celebration and Kentucky Derby Watch Party.

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