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Jump Into Summer at the Nest’s Lookbook Launch Party July 16, 2016



WHO: The Nest Vintage Urban Boutique

WHAT: The Nest Lookbook Launch Party in conjunction with Discover Dickerson: Between the River and the Rails

As part of this community event, the Nest is hosting an open house to celebratetheir 2016 Lookbook launch, a story of gypsy souls coming out of hibernation for summer adventures. The Nest will be recreating the Lookbook feel and vibe, to make it feel as if you have stepped into their world. Stop by to have some fun at their vintage photo shoot from 12pm-3pm, tag The Nest in your photo on Instagram and be entered into The Nest raffle to win unique vintage gifts. Other appearances by local businesses include: House of Blackbird Photography, The Mill Juice Shop, ME Beauty Stylists, writer Thomas Lloyd Qualls and Hive Vibes (upcycled children’s clothing).

Dickerson Road is a wonderful fusion of art, commercial, residential and nature preserve that many people don’t know exists in Reno. For those in the know, it is lovingly referred to as Reno’s Industrial Arts District. The artists and businesses in this area are welcoming the public to explore and see what this area is all about. Live music, refreshments, food trucks, performance art and much more!

WHEN: Saturday, July 16, 2016 from 12pm-3pm at The Nest and 11am-9pm on Dickerson Road.

WHERE: The Nest 201 Keystone Avenue Reno, NV 89503.

WHY: A great way to spend a Saturday supporting local art and culture and discovering Reno’s hidden gem arts district. Tessa Miller, owner of the Nest isexcited to show off the shop’s fifth lookbook, which was a collaborative effort of several talented local artists. “It’s a passion of mine to showcase local talent and let people see that we can produce art that is on par with that of big corporations with big budgets just by working together and having fun.”


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