FILM: SF ex-pat Jack Stevenson is celebrating the launch of his new book, Scandinavian Blue, a lushly illustrated history of Scandinavian erotic cinema, with a screening of the Danish film, Venom, from 1966, which set in motion the whole debate on censorship in the cinema. There will also be a couple of "short surprises".

7:30 p.m. // Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (701 Mission St) // $6-8

THEATER: Tonight is the premiere of Teatro ZinZanni's Love, Chaos & Couture, an affectionate send-up of the world of high fashion in collaboration with international fashion designer Luly Yang, starring Tony Award winner Liliane Montevecchi and renowned comedian Frank Ferrante.

7 to 10 p.m. // Teatro ZinZanni (Pier 29 on The Embarcadero) // $117-131

PARTY: Here's your chance to see what it's like inside Ruby Skye, while celebrating the winners of SF Weekly's Best of SF Party 2010. Cover band Notorious will perform, along with a set by DJ Marc D. There will be t-shirt screen-printing, live painting, and hair and make-up stylists.

9 p.m. // Ruby Skye (420 Mason St) // $10 (to benefit SF Weekly's Masterminds Artist Grant Program)