What was going on in the city last night? Well, the theater district was buzzing as celebs headed to the opening night of It Must Be Him, photographers and socialites gathered at BoConcept in Chelsea to celebrate Amber De Vos's latest work, and in Union Square, fashion-minded high school students got ready to go back to school...-
Opening of Amber De Vos's Me, Nyclef, And Eye
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Patrick McMullan hosted a celebratory party at BoConcept for the opening of photographer Amber De Vos's new exhibit, Me, Nycelf, and Eye. Guests included Anisha Lakani, Chuck Close, Lady Liliana Cavendish, Liam McMullan, Nicole Miller, Sharon Bush, and of course all the PMc photographers.
Opening Night Of Off-Broadway's "It Must Be Him"
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Anjelica Huston, Joan Rivers, Anthony Rapp and Joel Grey were among the first night audience at It Must Be Him, a new comedy written by Kenny Solms about a down on his luck TV writer. After the performance, guests headed to 48 Lounge to mingle with the celebrity guests, toast the cast, and, we imagine, await the reviews....
Vanilla Star Back To School Blow Out
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Ok, so this is cool: the students of the High School of Fashion Industries on 23rd Street designed a collection for Vanilla Star Jeans to be sold at Wet Seal, appropriately titled BTS (back to school). To celebrate, the 14th Store threw a party last night hosted by Z100's DJ Phill Kross, where kids got to shop, get advice from a stylist, and check out the collection that they designed. First stop, Wet Seal, next stop, Bryant Park Lincoln Center...