Zuzuka Poderosa, Precolumbian, & Shomi Noise Set To Perform At Marimacho's NYFW Debut
The show is set in the futuristic world "Atlantis 2050" and takes viewers on a journey of gender expression and self-discovery

Queer fashion brand Marimacho's New York Fashion Week debut will feature a live performance by Zuzuka Poderosa and sets from DJ's Precolumbian and Shomi Noise this Saturday at The Space! at 50 N 3rd Street in Williamsburg. The debut show invites viewers to "Atlantis 2050," where a futuristic world will serve as a backdrop to their 2014 Spring/Summer Collection. The event is described as one that "creates masculine silhouettes adapted to fit those traditionally underserved by mainstream menswear - with an emphasis on gender expression and self-discovery."

The after party is set to be a psychedelic experience like the world has never seen, promising: "The siren calls of DJs Shomi Noise and Precolumbian will lull you into their sonic boom. From the warm waters of Haiti, The Salivation Army crashes down on Brooklyn by way of Montreal, pulling you into her musical maelstrom. Let the midnight current take you into darker waters with Brazilian Carioca Bass artist, Zuzuka Poderosa, and underground rap queen-pin, Wavy Spice. These black pearls will conjure up musical spells with their lyrical brujeria."

Well, if that doesn't convince you...

Tickets for the Marimacho NYFW debut show and after-party are $15 in advance and $20 at the door.