Pay it Fashion Forward at Lucky Strike Lanes & Lounge
Presented by Fashion Delivers with an exclusive presentation from Forever 21

We have all been to the grungy bowling alleys with tacky neon colored signs, sticky seats and noticeable aroma of every greasy food you could think of. However, one Manhattan bowling alley seems to go against all odds.

Lucky Strike Lanes on West 42nd Street is not the typical bowling alley we are all use too.

It has 26 lanes, 10 Billiard tables and strict dress codes. Yes, you read it right.  A bowling alley has a dress code that's strongly enforced because it's not just a bowling alley. It's also one of New York's most unique lounges. 

Lucky Strike Lanes hip, trendy ambiance and sleek bowling lanes makes it a perfect place for a fashion show.  Don't you think?

Well, somebody thought it would be a good place for a fashion show.

On June 15, Fashion Delivers will transform Lucky Strike Lanes into a philanthropic platform of fashionable proportion.  Bowling lanes will become catwalks as Fashion Delivers unites industry insiders to Pay it Fashion Forward with an exclusive presentation from Forever 21.  Join Fashion Delivers to recognize five industry vanguards for their positive influences on the community and their environment.  The show will be hosted by HBO's Bryan Greenberg, How to Make it in America and Emmanuelle Chriqui, Entourage

All of the net proceeds from the event will subsidize shipping costs to Haiti for the +$25 million in product the organization collected.

New York's nightlife and fashion together in one night.  What could be better?




Admission tickets prices:

* Until June 14 - $65 *

* After June 14 - $80 *

* VIP - $125 *

Please Note:

General admission includes open bowling and billiards. Cocktails courtesy of Patron Tequila, Pyrat Rum, Ultimat Vodka, Sapporo Beer, Greg Norman Estates Wine & Societe Perrier. Also serving hors d'oeuvres and dessert.

VIP admission includes general admission and access to LUXE Lounge with table service & gift bag (while supplies last)