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Watch The Throne
Watch The Throne

Watch the Thrown 2 | Fashion Show

San Antonio fashion designer, Tanae Wright or RoyalT Kouture, launches her second line of custom urban streetwear, including boutique pieces from her 13-year career, and an introduction of her LIVE designing experience. This event hosted in the Courtyard of The Andy, located just blocks from the AT&T Center. VIP Guests will enjoy a private cocktail hour at the House of Royal T Boutique. The HOLM Studio will present a unique cash-bar experience for early arrivers. Seating starts at 7PM, the show will begin at 7:30PM.

  • The Andy

    215 Coca Cola Place, San Antonio East Side

    (210) 951-3914

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