On Friday, Dom Pérignon hosted a fantasy-filled night cabaret at the Walter de Maria Studio, transforming the former Con Edison substation into a "Kingdom" in the East Village, capping off a week of Dom Perignon events unveiling the 2004 Vintage Rose.
Guests were treated to a surrealist show produced by Susanne Bartsch, complete with stilted performers, a jazz trio, and a "two-headed" contortionist who danced to Grover Washington's "Just the Two of Us." It was just what we'd expect from the creative queen of nightlife. While Glowing Bulbs presented a custom VJ/DJ visual installation that caught out attention, the cabaret ended with a live band tearing through the space - reminiscent of when Public School ended its party in the same fashion at Gilded Lily during Fashion Week. Click through for an inside look at the wild event!
Who was there: Guests included Dennis Basso, Peter Davis, Cory Bond, Henrik Lundquist, Karen Duffy, Cyril Duval, Cory Kennedy, Gian Luca Passi, Jasmine Tookes, Shanina Shaik, Sarah Sampaio, Olivier van Themsche, Timo Weiland, Devon Windsor, Arden Wohl, Andrew Andrew, Michael Avedon, Susanne Bartsch, Laura de Gunzburg, Tim Goossens, Kathy Grayson, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Hanuk Hanuk, James Houston, Marc John Jefferies, Charles Klarsfeld, Marc Levy, Amanda Lepore, Nemo Librizzi, Kacey Librizzi, Alex Mustonen, Amy Rapp, Carlos Mota, Nicholas Rytting, Meredith Ostrom, Richard Phillips, Stella Schnabel, Aurel Schmidt, Eve Therond, Cleo Wade, Jade Berreau, Harry Brant, Peter Brant Jr., Dylan Brant, Vikram Chatwal, Pippa Cohen, Katherine Keating, Donna D’cruz, Ondine de Rothschild, Prisca Franchetti, Federico Garza-Bueron, Thom Filicia, Ted Harbert, Lisa Harbert, Omar Hernandez, Johannes Huebl, Charlotte Kidd, Katie Lee, Sean MacPherson, Rachelle Hruska MacPherson, Thomas Pierce, Pietro Quaglia, Ivy Supersonic, and Charles Wall.