Cure Thrift Shop turned two on Friday! Friends and family of the store came out to wish the group a happy birthday and to raise money for the Diabetes Research Institute. Women raced in and out of the dressing rooms, modeling their unique finds for one another. This fun continued as guests celebrated into the night.
The store's founder, Liz Wolff, was pronounced with type 1 (juvenile) diabetes at the young age of eleven. With a great love of fashion and a good bargain, Liz decided to start the shop and commit herself to uncovering a cure for diabetes. She isn't joking either, all of the proceeds from Cure Thrift Shop go towards the Diabetes Research Institute. So go ahead... donate or shop around at their wonderful store today! A truly great way to spend your time and money.
Thursday, June 20
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.