Last night it was all about fashion at the Alice and Olivia Spring 2012 show with Nicky Hilton and Kourtney Kardashian, the Dannijo presentation of their latest line, and Fashion's Next Designer party at the W Hotel. See the best from all three events after the jump!
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It was a star filled night up on the Highline Stages for the super trendy Alice + Olivia Spring 2012 show. In addition to the standard step and repeat, celebrity guests also insisted on getting their photo taken with designer Stacey Bennedt herself. Kourtney Kardashian and LeAnn Rimes dressed the part in some of their favorite Bennedt designs. Others who attended included Jennifer Rade, DJ Mia Moretti, skater boy and Jackass star Bam Margera, American Idol Jordin Sparks, Rutina Wesley, Gossip Girl's Michelle Trachtenberg, Nicky Hilton, Hillary Scott, Alexa Ray Joel, Tinsley Mortimer, Dori Cooperman, Becka Diamond, Kristian Laliberte, Erika Jayne, Jim Gold, and Louise Roe.
DANNIJO Presents Their Latest Line At SoHo House
Dannijo celebrated their latest line of Navajo-meets-Rothko necklaces and chains at the SoHo house, with models trapsing around with tip dyed hair and adorned in bold, bright colors. The event also featured an art exhibit featuring photographs of some of NYC's hottest up-and-comers. Guests included Jodie Snyder, Danielle Snyder, Timo Weiland, Rachelle Hruska, Sean MacPherson, Geri Hersch, Lauren Remington Platt, Leandra Medine, and Mia Moretti.
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Guests, including Jenne Lombardo, Katy B, Rose McGowan, Joe Manganiello, Richie Rich, and Ross Higgins, enjoyed Katy B's performance in The Box at Lincoln Center. Guests were also treated to a fashion show by Fashion Next, a program that supports emerging designers during fashion week and beyond. Each designer was hand-picked by W Hotels Global Fashion Director, Jenné Lombardo.
Monday, May 20
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.