Magic in Black and White @ the Soho House
AperoChic is thrilled to organize at the Soho House, one of the most exclusive members-only clubs in Toronto, a glamorous night to shake up winter and welcome spring.
For this special occasion, we have privatized one level of this beautiful
building to host a magical event and have prepared a few surprises to colour our evening.
Join us on Wednesday, March 21 @ 6pm and be one of our 80 guests. Secure your ticket(s) now.
Dress code: Simply chic in black and white (no suits - rules of the Soho House Club) - Cash bar.
Tickets are refundable up to 7 days prior the event.
** About the Soho House **
Soho House was founded in London in 1995 as a home from home for people working in creative fields. There are Houses located in the UK, Berlin, Istanbul, Barcelona, New York, West Hollywood, Miami, Chicago and Toronto.
Based on a selective membership, the Soho House aims to assemble communities of members that have something in common: namely, a creative soul. The majority of their members work in traditional creative industries, with the film, fashion, advertising, music, art and media sectors, among others, heavily represented.
** History about the Bishop Building (Soho House building) **
Among the oldest buildings in downtown Toronto, the townhouses of Bishop's Block were constructed circa 1830 to 1840 for John Bishop, a butcher and landlord. The block was originally a row of five brick townhouses designed in the Georgian style. Early residents included prominent members of the community. Site development in 2010 led to a rewarding archaeological excavation, and these two remaining houses were dismantled and reconstructed to reflect their earlier 1910 renovation