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September Television Episode

Watch the September Television Episode of Hip New Jersey!

Throughout September, Hip New Jersey can be seen on HomeTowne Television®, a local cable station that reaches over half a million homes in the Garden State! You can watch #HipNJ every Tuesday at 3 PM, every Wednesday at 8 PM and every Friday at 11 AM.

Additionally, you can catch #HipNJ on NJ on Air anywhere, anytime and on virtually any device, including iOS, Android, kindle, or Roku.

Hosted by #HipNJ‘s Lisa Marie Latino from Downtown Jersey City, this month’s episode features:

  • Red carpet coverage of CC and Amber Sabathia’s Pitcchin Foundation Celebrity Softball Game at Yankee Stadium.
  • An interview between Tricia Carey of TENCEL™ and Patrick Gorny of SoHo-based denim brand 3×1, who discussed the upcoming New York Denim Days Festival.
  • An interview with Gregg Giannotti, co-host of the WFAN morning show Boomer and Gio and the “Italian-American Entertainer of the Year” for the 2018 Morris County Columbus Day Parade.
  • Red carpet coverage of the the grand opening of CareOne’s Harmony Village at Paramus.
  • An interview between Tricia Carey of TENCEL™ and Lezli Salz-Bradley of Morristown’s Willow St., who discussed the upcoming New York Denim Days Festival.
  • #HipNJ’s recap of our favorite summer moments from around the Garden State.

TENCEL™ by Lenzing and 3×1 on The New York Denim Days Festival

The New York Denim Days Festival is happening on September 22nd and 23rd, and the excitement is spreading! #HipNJ chatted with Tricia Carey of TENCEL™ by Lenzing and Patrick Gorny of 3×1 about their part in the event!

“With our product, we really like to focus on soft, sustainable clothing that also drapes well on the body,” Gorny states. “TENCEL™ is the perfect fiber for that.”

Carey expressed her excitement for the upcoming Denim Days New York. “We’re so happy that 3×1 is a part of the event, and a part of TENCEL™ Denim.”

3×1 offers TENCEL™ fabrics for both men and women. “The reason why we really love it is because of the stretch,” Gorny says. “When a wearer buys this product, they feel unbelievable in it.”

For more information on New York Denim Days and to purchase tickets, visit Denim-Days.com.

new york denim days

The First Annual New York Denim Days

#HipNJ, get ready to cross the Hudson River for the fashionista event of the fall!

An exciting festival called Denim Days will be hitting New York City’s streets from September 30th to October 1st. Founders Eric Goldstein and Andrew Olah introduced the Denim Days festival to Amsterdam in 2014. Since then, it has become a staple event for denim fans and fashion lovers. The first annual New York Denim Days seeks to celebrate New York’s take on the versatile thread we all love to wear.

The city’s denim culture will be displayed on Saturday and Sunday, and everyone from fashion bloggers to families are invited to show off their own unique style.

The festival will not only feature live entertainment, food trucks, art, and kids activities, but also pop up shops, vintage showrooms, workshops, and exhibits—all showcasing the indigo process. Over forty-five established brands will be attending, some offering limited edition collections, including BLKSMTH, Jean Shop, Levi’s Made & Crafted, 3×1, and more. Some highlights include live dyeing of denim by Sayaka Toyama, and on-site jean repairs by denimrepair.com, a site dedicated to fixing your favorite blue jeans in an eco-friendly way.

Denim Days’ expansion from Amsterdam to New York proves how eager consumers are to understand what they are wearing. For those in the denim community, it is a chance to share their craft and educate others about the art. Interactive displays from denim brands as well as lectures from experts allow for this opportunity. New York Denim Days lets consumers connect with the people who make the clothing they love. It is a revolutionary event for fashion.

The first day of the event will be hosted at Metropolitan Pavilion. Tickets are available at denim-days.com/ny/tickets for $10 and at the door for $15. Students are $5 with valid identification. Denim Days will conclude at the 18th street festival, in between 6th and 7th avenue, and is free to visit.

Updates on New York Denim Days can be found at @denimdaysfestival on Instagram.