Last night, Hugo Boss hosted their biannual Hugo Boss Prize celebration at the Guggenheim museum. The evening toasted the best of the contemporary art world. Among this year’s five nominees were Paul Chan, Sheela Gowda, Camille Henrot, Hassan Khan, and Charline von Heyl. The Hugo Boss Prize is “firmly established as one of the art world’s most resonant accolades, honoring contemporary practices of enduring power and influence,” explained Guggenheim Director Richard Armstrong. The prize consists of a monetary prize, clocking in at $100,000; this year’s winner, Hong Kong-born, Brooklyn-based Paul Chan, will also have a solo show at the museum come Spring. We got an inside look at this year's event, complete with a beautiful crowd of guests dressed in their favorite Hugo Boss ensembles. Be sure to check out our slideshow!
Who Was There: Guests included Jason Wu, Kate Bosworth, Margot Robbie, Joshua Jackson, Nicola Peltz, Scott Eastwood, Jason Wu, Richard Armstrong, Charline von Heyl, Camille Henrot, Silvia Prada, Kim Ann Foxman, Paul Chan, Patrick McMullan, Natasha Poly, Cory Bond, Bekah Jenkins, RJ King, Dorian Grinspan, Natalie Joos, Genevieve Jones, Inez van Lamsweerde, Matthew Marden, Mickey Boardman, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Yelena Yemchuk, Alex Badia, Cecilia Dean, BryanBoy, Lary Arcanjo, Jane Keltner de Valle, Irene Albright, Keith Pollock, Selby Drummond, Mark Guiducci, Laura de Gunzburg, Hassan Pierre, Amy Sacco, Michael Avedon, Michael Brambila, Matthew Marden, Mickey Boardman, Bonnie Morrision, Sebastian Errazuriz, Charlie Siem, Mary Cronson, Natalie DeCleve, Antoine Verglas, Tim Goossens, Douglas Wright, Chloe King, Jack McCready, Chloe Mackey, Emma Sulkowicz, Nancy Spector, and Curtis Kulig.
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