Mark Baron and Jen Kipling of Somewon Snow in their Big Eddy workspace.

Someone Snow launching new line with party

Somewon Snow launching winter 2011/12 clothing line with party at the River City Pub on Friday.

Somewon Snow, the local clothing line who’s logo you’ve undoubtedly seen around Revelstoke, is launching their new clothing line with a party at the River City Pub on Friday, Dec. 2.

Run by Mark Baron and Jen Kipling, the new line of clothes features a greater variety than before, with more styles of clothing such as different sweaters and even a ladies pea coat.

The party at the River City Pub begins at 7 p.m. with a clothing sale. At 9 p.m. the video Day and Age by film company Sandbox will be shown and then Calgary band Robot Workers will take the stage. There will be DJs too.

See the Dec. 7 issue of the Times Review for a full story on Somewon Snow.

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