Come shop Miss Nouvelle at the 13th Annual American Cinematheque Tiki Night at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood!
We will have a full selection of all our styles and sizes. ** Shopping is free and open to the public from 1:30-3:30. Event entry after 3:30 requires a ticket. ** Here is the full event description from the American Cinematheque website:
A tropical breeze blows through Hollywood for the American Cinematheque's 13th annual Tiki Night!
A Tiki Marketplace will open at 1:30 PM in the Egyptian Theatre Courtyard, selling new and vintage Tiki-related art, memorabilia, clothing, accessories and more.
Vendors will include Black Cat Atomic Treasures, Eric October, Tiki Swag, CreativeD2R, Mr. Charles, Clever Vintage, Rare Revival Vintage, Gloria Grace, Ms. Formaldehyde and Miss Nouvelle. Food truck attending: Aloha Fridays.
The Tiki marketplace is open free to the public until 3:30 pm. After that, only ticketed guests will be admitted into the courtyard.
Starting at 5:00 PM, King Kukulele & The Friki Tikis and the Polynesian Paradise Dancers will perform live alongside a no-host Tiki Bar featuring craft cocktails from the same team that created the drinks for our Film Noir party.
Followed at 7:30 PM by:
1994, Warner Bros., 107 min, USA, Dir: Kevin Reynolds
The enigmatic stone statues of Polynesia’s Easter Island have intrigued observers for centuries; this underrated drama offers a speculative look at the civilization that created them. Jason Scott Lee and Esai Morales play former friends turned rivals for the hand of Sandrine Holt in a society split by class differences and facing environmental collapse. Filled with stunning scenery, and featuring music by Stewart Copeland of The Police.
Tickets: $15 General, $12 Cinematheque Members.