The boys and girls came out last night for the Behind The Seams with Stacy Igel on Lockerz.com Season Wrap Party. The exclusive event was in honor of Stacy Igel, fashion designer, founder, and creative director for the brand Boy Meets Girl and host of the popular online reality TV broadcast Behind The Seams with Stacy Igel.
Held at the intimate and chic Caravan Stylist Studio, Djay Jung kept the crowd hype from the first guest to arrive until the last guest left with a wide range of tunes.
Celebrity guests included Pop star Sabi, celebrity photographer Sophie Elgort, celebrity stylist Alison Lang, Miss New York USA 2012 Johanna Sambucini, Miss New York Teen USA Sabrina Mastrangelo, The Bachelorette's Ashley Hebert and J.P Rosenbaum and Mob Wives Carla Facciolo and Ramona Rizzo as well as many more.
Guests luxuriated in an interactive "life & style" experience, receiving a crash course on Lockerz.com from Eugene Oh. They sipped cocktails and nibbled on sweets provided by Hpnotiq and posed for Polaroid pics as they donned the latest trends from the Boy Meets Girl collection while rocking accessories from Jimmy Crystal, Stella & Dot and a special Boy Meets Girl sparkle collaboration. The style studded affair was packed from wall to wall with influential people who were proud to celebrate the success of the series and pay respect to the guest of honor, Stacy Igel.
When asked about her ultimate dinner party with influential people which she stated would be held at her home because she loves to entertain, Igel replied:
My ultimate dinner party with amazing influential people would include Patti Smith, Coco Chanel, Kate Moss, Mark Zuckerberg...you've got your iconic singer/artist, social media power player, the woman who invented comfort in a jacket with an iconic logo, then you've got the ultimate chic model.
[L: Event volunteers R: Djay Jung]
[Sadii Byrd, Eugene Oh] [Michelle Symons]
[Sabrina Mastrangelo, Stacy Igel, Sabi]
Wednesday, June 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.