There's this club called SPiN (yes, lowercase 'I'). It's a private ping-pong club, half owned by Susan Sarandon and half attended by some super fashion people. Next Tuesday, Stuart Weitzman's throwing the first annual Serve to Save tournament and you're invited (if you're over 21). Proceeds from the tournament and the silent auction go toward ovarian cancer research and, if that's not enough motivation for you, there'll be food and a three hour open bar. We suggest practicing your skills this weekend, whether in your Brooklyn backyard or the Standard's beer garden, and bringing your A-game on Tuesday night. And if you're feeling really ballsy you can challenge us to a match. RSVP to email@example.com (& make sure you mention Fashionista in the email).
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