D.A.F.F Design Art & Fashion Fair on May 5 in Shanghai

On April 27, 2012 by waikit

On Saturday, May 5th, The Ice Cream Truck and Wharf 1846 reunite to present the second installment of Shanghai’s Design, Art & Fashion Fair.

DAFF is a biannual community event giving China’s rising creative talent a platform to interact, share ideas, and promote new projects while connecting with and inspiring the public at large.

 

At the first DAFF in September 2011, brands and artists from a wide range of disciplines met with an enthusiastic response from media, their peers, and the general public.  More than 1500 fairgoers came out to support their creative community.

Returning to the beautiful Wharf 1846 south bund promenade, the second DAFF will feature more pop-up shops from hot local and international brands, more delicious food and drinks, more music from Shanghai’s freshest DJs, more live art and an expanded fashion show.  New for 2012 is a night market; as the sun goes down and the Pudong skyline lights up, so will DAFF.  At the conclusion of the fashion show, music will come to the fore as vendors, bars, and live art installations shine on till midnight in a festive party atmosphere.

TICT is now accepting vendor and sponsorship applications for creative brands and artists that would like to be part of this landmark event.  For inquires and applications: info@tictcreative.com

Visit the official site to learn more

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