Film News: Music Box Theatre Hosts Chicago Fashion Show by Elle Val on April 21, 2016

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CHICAGO – Hot off the PERFECT SCORE review for (click the title) The First Monday in May comes a fashion event at the historic Music Box Theatre in Chicago, on April 21st, 2016, It will be the first time the theatre will host a fashion show – in conjunction with a screening of the film – and it will be curated by Elle Val, an online Chicago boutique.

Singer Rihanna on the Gala Red Carpet in ‘The First Monday in May’
Photo credit: Magnolia Pictures

This will be a spring collection, and it will take place prior to the 8pm showing of “The First Monday in May” at 7:30pm (doors open at 7pm). Attendees are eligible to win giveaways and a gift certificate. Elle Val was created by cousins Lauren and Lexy Vallortigara in June of 2013, with the vision of taking online shopping to a new level. Elle Val searches around the globe for designer and contemporary items you won’t find anywhere else.

For more information, click here. The Music Box Theatre is located at 3733 North Southport Avenue in Chicago. senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

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