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Women | Circle / Philadelphia

madalynne intimates + women workshop

Join Host, Alyonka Larionov, as she facilities a Guided Workshop and Moderated Conversation on what it means to be a Modern Woman in today's society. 

Where: Madalynne Intimates is the manifestation of Maddie Flanigan’s passion for sewing and teaching lingerie. She is the founder and owner, and her budding brand offers ready made bras, bralettes, bodysuits, and underwear, as well at DIY lingerie kits, lingerie sewing patterns, classes and bra making workshops. Every piece is designed at Madalynne Studios and either assembled in Philadelphia or sewn in Brooklyn; made in the USA being important to the brand. Overall, Madalynne’s overarching vision is to provide women with well fitting intimates that support more than just your shape. From a floral lace halter bralette to a cheeky underwear, intimates that “lift” your personal style. At the same time, intimates worth baring. **Exact location details will be provided the evening before the event with an RSVP. 

Who: You + everyone else who's attending. You will be bcc'ed on an email once you've RSVP'ed which will be sent out to you the evening before the Circle.

What: Discussion topics will be revealed at the start of the event. Bowl of Trust is not guaranteed but very likely.

Why: Because we all need a healthy dose of The Unknown in which we are provided a space for connection, conversation and community without running towards our need to look everything + everyone up, or recoiling back into our protected + hardened shells. We also provide an extended network of people from whom you can ask/offer via the Global Wo/Men Workshop Community.

Extra: If you're purchasing more than 1 ticket, please let us know the name and email of your guest(s).

Payment: RSVP here, or directly via Venmo (@alyonkalarionov) / paypal (@untitledfemale) / or, Apple Pay. If choosing the latter, please include your email.

Questions: alyonka@alyonkalarionov.com

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