HomoCouture.Com Presents: After-Work Wednesday’s @ Arabesque New York


Melvin Browne



New York, NY – August 13th, 2013  – This fall HomoCouture will host a red carpet premiere for its new weekly after-work experience at Arabesque New York in Murray Hill. (4 East 36th Street, New York, NY 10016 – Between Fifth and Madison Avenues). The official red carpet premiere is set for Wednesday, September 11th 2013 and will occur every Wednesday through the rest of the year from 7PM till 1AM.

“After-Work Wednesday’s” will feature a modern Moorish setting and music by the infamous DJ MK. There is ABSOLUTELY NO COVER. Guest will indulge in a specially priced selection of North African, Middle Eastern & Mediterranean cuisine, top shelf cocktails, and Hookah served in 6 different flavors.

Guest will also have the opportunity to take photos with photographers on the branded step and repeat banner at the entrance and also throughout the venue. Compliments of Entrepreneur Corey E. Knight, the first fifty guests will be presented with free Ciroc Vodka shots upon entry. Guest can also participate through social media by tagging photos, check-ins, and updates using the hash-tags #AWW #HC and #HomoCouture.

“After-Work Wednesday’s” is a casual yet fashionable mid-week experience. A weekly after-work setting for HomoCouture.Com readers, supporters and industry professionals in the NYC Area. The event is home to the upwardly mobile, educated, current/future “influential” in the fashion and entertainment industries. For those who love music, great food, drinks and networking with other industry professionals in a posh setting.

Save the date for a night of meeting and networking with new people, hot music and the taste of Mediterranean cuisines. To RSVP or for more information contact HomoCouture at Melvin@HomoCouture.Com


About HomoCouture

HomoCouture is an online magazine dedicated to providing a Fashion and Lifestyle guide to gay men worldwide. HC functions as a media outlet that promotes individuality and personal growth for men ages 18-35 in the gay community.

Our Mission is to effectively empower and influence the gay community by supporting a misunderstood lifestyle. We are committed to providing a guide that focuses on positive and real life material. HomoCouture encourages individual growth, social acceptance, community pride and lead by example as one of the positive and influential media outlets. There is a demand for a voice in the media that understands and represents what it truly means to be homosexual. And that voice is HomoCouture.

About Arabesque

Building on the success of New York City’s acclaimed Barbès Restaurant, Omar Balouma & Abdellah Ksiyer introduce Arabesque, named for the art form defined by a complex ornamental design of intertwined flowing lines & geometric figures originally found in Moorish decoration. Arabesque Restaurant resonates this in its architecture, décor and menu with a modern Moorish dining room, a traditional Moroccan lounge and a menu that carefully intertwines North African, Middle Eastern & Mediterranean cuisines.

About DJ MK

DJ MK – Disc Jockey, Producer & Personality. Truly a phenomenal DJ describes DJ MK “Brooklyn’s Baddest” one of New York’s hottest and most sauté after DJ; a native of Brooklyn where she Grew up.  MK has won numerous DJ competitions including Vibe Magazines “Woman of Steal” the first female DJ battle where she appeared in both Vibe Magazine and Vibe Vixen. DJ MK has appeared on two episodes of BET’s the Basement featuring celebrity Icons Damon Dash and KRS1. MK is currently the resident DJ at NO Parking, Monster  and Americano.

The crowd adores her and MK is in demand not only by the patrons of major venues but by A-list celebrities who have requested her, such as Wyclef John, Little Kim, Foxy Brown, Victoria Dillard, and most recently America Next Top Model winner Eva Pigford just to name a few. Though she has accomplished a great deal she’s just getting started with new management and a burning desire to perform look to see DJ MK in a venue near you!


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