Well, the world was "supposed" to end, so we headed to the Bowery Ballroom to rock out to our good friends Deadbeat Darling. Snuggled up to the front of the stage with pals from Black Taxi and got splendidly sloppy. Needless to say we all lived, but it's always fun to act a little post-apocalyptic ;)
The ice luge was flowing, masks and wigs were tossed about as groups piled into the photobooth, drinks were goin' down heavy, funnel cakes were flyin', and someone was walking around with a box full of sprinkles and little cones of ice cream to dip in them....
Just trying to paint a little picture of what could hardly describe the "Evening on the Pier" event at Lifestyle Trimco! We were so happy to be involved with this event, and always have the best time dressing and undressing mannequins, especially when their limbs decide to fall off once you've put one in a three piece suit.... .. just kidding.. but the ones with magnetic arms are pretty badass.
Regardless, it was an evening to remember, or at least a beginning to an evening to remember and then photo evidence of the rest :) Stay tuned for the party photos, which will include a male bathing suit runway show, put on by yours truly ;)
While battling the West side cobble wobble in my Sixty Sevens I made it, sans Abigail (no clue how I didn't get lost more than twice...) to the Nylon Magazine Holiday Pop Up Shop! There has to be a name for the crowd that came, Nylonites perhaps? You know those quirky, tattoo'd, artistic group of people that wear the coolest clothes, but you'll NEVER find it! They're the best.
Regardless, it was such a great ending to their pop up shop! Josh Madden was spinning all night as party goers sipped delicious cocktails, and Neuro bottles, played epic ping pong battles, scribbled graffiti on the endless roles of paper, and perused the lustworthy clothing & accessories.
P.S. How adorable does John Krasinski look on the cover of this months issue?!
Holiday events are awesome, especially when they're raging parties at Mister H (at the Mondrian Soho) with cotton candy, candy canes, and dope music. We co-hosted with a bevy of rad individuals, including the club owner for his birthday, SHK Magazine's Editor-In-Chief for her birthday, and a lovely group of fashion savvy women from Sensation of House, who brought in DJ Juli-Lee from Switzerland! Sugar highs, sexy dancers, foggy memories... a great night.
Overwhelming. What a beautiful event, for such an incredible cause. The Fashion Fights Cancer Annual Holiday Party, held at ultra modern/ultra gorgeous The Out NYC, was an enchanting evening of cocktails, dancing (thanks to one of our favs, DJ Kalkutta, spinning) and art in all forms. Loving the message of Pamela Love's Wheel Collection, inspired by lifecycle and possibility.
Mildly obsessed with Twelv Magazine, one of the event sponsors... can't stop drooling over all the editorials. Highlight: The behind the scenes video of a Twelv Mag photoshoot with Saskia De Brauw and cancer survivors. The woman with "Fuck Cancer" on her arm... we agree. Fuck you, cancer!
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