Now here’s a rock show that’s always in fashion

Now here’s a rock show that’s always in fashion
Birds of a feather: Check out accessories and more from the line Angels and Divas during Fashion and Flow at Public Assembly on Aug. 24.

Here’s your chance to discover the next big fashion designer.

On Aug. 24, dozens of yet-to-blow clothing designers and musicians will shake the stage at Public Assembly in Williamsburg — coupling offbeat threads with homegrown indie rock.

Models will showcase collections by Angels and Divas — a line of oversized feather accessories once seen on BET’s fashion show runway — along with Maria Severyna, whose sleek and asymmetrical dresses are both comfortable and boundary-pushing.

And don’t forget the music: Bands like Snakes Say Hisss! — a trio spastic synth-poppers that has inspired an Internet cult following with its wacky video of a dancing hamburger — will perform, along with The Morning After Girls, a group of androgynous psychedelic rockers you might know from that one episode of “The Vampire Diaries.”

Organizers have launched this first-annual concert-fashion-show collaboration — dubbed Fashion & Flow — to kick-start the careers of below-the-radar artists who are just as buzz-worthy as some of their hyped-up fashion week peers in Manhattan.

“Most of us live in Williamsburg — so we wanted to host it here,” said Elizabeth Taylor, an organizer. “The neighborhood is really thriving.”

Fashion & Flow at Public Assembly [70 N. Sixth St. at Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg, (718) 384-4586], August 24 at 7 pm. Tickets $20.

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