Join us on Tuesday, October 4th at Wythe Hotel's Screening Room & Bar for TGD Live featuring special guests, DJ & producer, Michna, and stylist & author, Stacy London. Host Tina Essmaker will talk to guests about their paths, transformation, and why it's never too late to start something new.
Giveaway: We'll be handing out an Action Book Mini: Ghostly Edition to the first 50 attendees thanks to our friends at Ghostly International.
7pm Doors open | Refreshments available (cash bar)
7:30pm Enjoy the show (runs 60-70 minutes)
8:40-10pm Stay and hang | Refreshments available (cash bar)
ABOUT THE SERIES
TGD Live is a monthly event series that brings together today's artists, makers, and risk-takers for interviews and performances in front of a live studio audience. Each TGD Live event is recorded and audio will be published online for everyone to enjoy. Listen to audio from past shows on TGD's podcast.
SPECIAL THANKS TO
ABOUT OUR GUESTS
Adrian Yin Michna, known simply as Michna, is a Brooklyn-based DJ and producer who got his start playing trombone in the NYC bar circuit in the early '90s. In the mid-90s, he spent time in Miami and began to DJ, cofounding Secret Frequency Crew, who mixed instrumental hip-hop and electronic music. Michna debuted his solo LP in 2008 followed by two more full-length albums released on Ghostly International. A regular in the NYC club scene, outside of the club he pursues interests in building furniture, bicycles, and painting. (photo by Tonje Thilesen)
Stacy London is a Brooklyn-based stylist known from the TLC series, What Not to Wear and Love, Lust or Run. She is the author of the NY Times Bestselling book, The Truth About Style, and has appeared on various national TV shows, including Today, Oprah, and The View. Stacy also hosted her own talk show, Fashionably Late and the TLC series, Fashion Fanatic. She is currently a style correspondent for The Rachael Ray Show, a contributor to Refinery29, and is covering the red carpet season for Access Hollywood. She sits on the boards of Glam4Good, theLi.st, I Am That Girl, and the JED Foundation. (photo by Nick Onken)