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Ralph Lemon @ The Studio Museum in Harlem
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This week we're getting some much-needed fashion advice: Hollywood stylist Rachel Zoe at Barnes & Noble in Tribeca and Elizabeth Cline talks about her new book at the Museum at the Fashion Institute. In other book news, the dudes from the Jesus Lizard discuss their new coffee table book, Book, tonight at the Barnes & Noble in Union Square and tomorrow at WORD in Greenpoint.

Tuesday, March 25

The many looks of Rachel Zoe

[Talk] You probably think you're a pro at capturing the perfect image on Instagram, right? All those heart-clicked likes prove your skills at choosing the right filter are spot-on. Well, if that's the case, perhaps your talent on this social media platform can increase your brand visibility. Tonight, find out how other designers and creative business owners use Instagram to promote their work and build a community of fans. At 6:30 p.m., Union Hall, Brooklyn, free.

[Lit] Hollywood stylist Rachel Zoe dresses A-list starlets, and has developed her own recognizable looks that helped launch her Bravo reality series The Rachel Zoe Project and her own fashion collection. Tonight, she discusses her second book, Living in Style: Inspiration and Advice for Everyday Glamour, and perhaps give us some much-need fashion tips for the spring. At 7:30 p.m., Barnes & Noble, free.

[Comedy] Local Empire presents the live premiere of a new episode of original video sketch comedy tonight. The episode, titled Lawless, features nine new video sketches by Local Empire, a stand-up act from Jermaine Fowler (Just for Laughs, MTV2′s Guy Code, Friends of the People), and Dan Wilbur (UCB, Better Book Titles) interviewing a special guest. At 7 p.m., (Le) Poisson Rouge, $5.

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