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Target celebrated year five of their affordable, fashion forward collection featuring over 17 different designers and 34 new dresses at The Ace Hotel, drawing celebs such as Liv Tyler and patron saint Chloe Sevigny. Meanwhile, the 2011 Auto Show partied in a private residence on Broom St. to launch their charity gala. Check out the photos of the party goers!
Target Celebrates 5 Years of GO International
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Last night, a medley of celebrities and fashion luminaries celebrated the re-launch of the original 34 dresses of Target's GO International at The Ace Hotel. While celebrities posed on the red carpet, in the adjoining room the step team Bad News performed in Luella Bartley bubble dresses, and DJ Mia Moretti, wearing Thakoon, rocked the house with electric violinist Caitlin Moe. The dresses officially launch March 13, so look out!
[Liv Tyler, sporting a stunning French braid.]
The evening didn't just involve shopping. VIP guests dined in style at The Beslin to further celebrate Opening Ceremony. Photos courtesy of Terry Richardson's Diary.
[Spike Jonze and Justin Theroux]
[Terry Richardson and Sheila E, Spike Jonze]
[Theo Wenner, Liv Tyler]
The 2011 Auto Show Gala Preview Kick-Off Party
The Greater New York Automobile Association and the New York International Auto Show teamed up and hosted a gala last night. Their proceeds will support the East Side House Settlement's college preparation programs, crucial for promoting employment and education for people in the South Bronx area. Guests viewed large scale high-end artwork, such as a gold-plated, life-sized statue and a tiled shoe displayed upon a vast mirror!
Wednesday, May 22
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.