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Postcards from New Amsterdam: A Bicycle Fashion Show

Thursday, April 26, 2012
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There’s no better way to navigate the streets of New York than on two-wheels. In lieu of that, the 2012 New Amsterdam Bicycle Show kicks off this weekend (Saturday April, 28). Kicking off the festivities this year is the exciting “Postcards From New Amsterdam: A Bicycle Fashion Show” featuring some very hot items that will appear on the runway at Skylight Soho.


Last year the handsome Matthew Modine graced our runway and he’s back again this year, ready to model the very latest in Velo couture. Strutting alongside him will be former Critical Shopper Mike Albo, showing off glamorous bicycles, bags, jeans and coats perfect for the New Yorker who wants to ride in style. Perennial fashion-plate Hamish Bowles┬áhas even donated a custom made vest and knickers set designed by B Spoke Tailor


Former Critical Shopper, Mike Albo will be showing off the latest in Velo couture as a guest model and everyone’s favorite fashion purveyor Hamish Bowles has donated a custom made vest and knickers made by B. Spoke Tailors. Other exciting items that will be making their way down the catwalk include The Brooks of England Criterion Jacket, which retails for $1,500 and items from the ultra-chic Beta Brand, perfect for biking to work while still looking fresh and stylish.


The show is co-produced by Hudson Urban Bicycles and Momentum Magazine and takes place Saturday April 28th at 2PM. For more information, and an exclusive AVENUE reader discounted ticket, click here. Just enter the code “NAAI” for 10% off your entrance.


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