Hand Jive Trunk Show, April 15-17
Join us Thursday, April 15 to Saturday, April 17 11am-6pm for a Trunk Show featuring Hand Jive!
HAND JIVE IS A COLLECTION OF FUN, FRESH, VIBRANT CLOTHING FROM NASHVILLE, TN.
MEET DESIGNER DAWN DESANTO! Hand Jive's creator Dawn will be at the store to meet & greet everyone on Thursday & Saturday 12pm-4pm.
GET A COOL, ORIGINAL PIECE OF FASHION YOU WON'T FIND ANYWHERE ELSE! This will be Hand Jive's only stop in Indiana for the year. Their exclusive collection will be available to purchase and take home same day (as opposed to ordering a custom piece to arrive later, like some of our previous trunk shows). Instant gratification!
STORE CAPACITY IS LIMITED TO 8 CUSTOMERS AT A TIME! Call ahead 317-254-9939, email email@example.com, or reserve your spot in the store online. This will guarantee you space in Marigold in case we fill up to capacity.
PLEASE NOTE: MASKS ARE STILL REQUIRED IN ALL PUBLIC PLACES IN INDIANAPOLIS/MARION COUNTY!
MARIGOLD IS LOCATED AT 6512 CORNELL AVE, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46205 on the north end of the Broad Ripple neighborhood in a two-story orange and brown bungalow. PARKING LOT IN THE BACK accessed on 65th Street in between the Broad Ripple Brewpub and Smoking Iron. If you have trouble finding our parking lot, there is plenty of free street parking!
Hand Jive will only be here 3 days, April 15-17. Don't miss out!
ABOUT HAND JIVE: Hand Jive started in the mid 90's by Dawn DeSanto out of a love of fashion and art.
The vision for the company originated from frustration during monthly shopping trips, unable to find interesting, (and flattering) clothing for the "post junior" masses. That's when Dawn started doing monthly "studio nights", spending the evening in her printmaking studio, hand stamping clothes. She got so many compliments on her creations, that she entered a local school craft fair to see what would happen... and the rest, as they say, is history!
Hand Jive is now in its 23rd year of producing original design, limited-run women's clothing and traveling the country, offering, "groovy clothes for cool chicks" to thousands of faithful patrons.