Designers sought for Second Friday sci-fi fashion show in Mesa

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Sci-Fi Friday

We’ve got some new details on April’s Second Friday event in downtown Mesa, courtesy of our favorite curiosity shop, Evermore Nevermore. The overall theme of the block party will be “Sci-Fi Friday” — and they mean it.

In addition to the second coming of Steampunk Street and the corresponding performance of Future Kind at the nearby Nile Theater, there is of course the sci-fi fashion show — and they’re still seeking designers to participate.

We’ve learned of a few other intriguing developments:

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  • I totally started Second Friday. And went to the first two.

    But seriously, it’s awesome to see what it’s grown into. Very proud to see downtown Mesa separating its offerings from other, too similar events.

  • I totally started Second Friday. And went to the first two.

    But seriously, it’s awesome to see what it’s grown into. Very proud to see downtown Mesa separating its offerings from other, too similar events.