Last Night's Parties: Interpol Hangs With Vice, Sherri Shepherd Does Good Deed

by Mara Siegler · February 24, 2011

VICE and Intel Corporation's Creators Project launched "The Studio," with lots of free booze and Interpol,  while The Strokes hit a fashion party. As emerging artists and designer got their due, the Lexington Avenue Armory was decorated with a floating city. Let's get the details on what happened last night!


Where: 80 Greenwich St.

Who Was There: Shane Smith, John Galvin, Daniel Kessler, Paul Banks, Nick Cohen

Other Details: The Creators Project launched “The Studio,” a tech-oriented, heavily funded organization-last night.  worked with the likes of Animal Collective, but this will be dedicated to under-the-radar emerging artists. The focus is to give them equipment, a place to work, and even a means of distribution. Put together by VICE and Intel Corporation, you know last night was a good time.  said, "creator project will have me as studio artist. and I'm shit drunkk from their free booze tonight." Interpol showed up!  And gave a talk!: "At creators project launch listening to Interpol ruminate on what a room that looks like Interpol would be like This is pretty much the ultimate, "dude, I am so high," discussion. But what would that room look like? Any ideas? [Via]

23rd Annual BAILEY HOUSE Auction and Party

Carmen Marc Valvo, Sherri ShepherdWhere: The Lexington Avenue Armory

Who Was There: Alex McCord, Carmen Marc Valvo, Sherri Shepherd, Regina Quattrochi

Other Details: Carmen Marc Valvo and Sherri Shepherd hosted the evening that featured an auction and party. Funds benefited Bailey House which provides many housing programs and critical services for those affected by HIV & AIDS. The decor was top notch.  Tweeted: "Bailey House did it again - incredible theme, floating Gotham supported by helium balloons?!??! WOW Great cause coupled w great support!" Apparently, there was plenty more eye candy to look at. said, " Just attended Bailey House's annual auction & benefit... If only I was a gay boy! It was a total meat market. Supports a good cause too!"[Via]


Where: Tacombi

Who Was There: Fabrizio Moretti, Alice Barlow, Binki Shapiro, Nick Valensi

Other Details: Fashionsita hosted the event to celebrate the launch of Fabricly.  Party guests enjoyed a taco bar, some old school tunes from Madonna and gawking at members of the Strokes and Little Joy's Binki Shapiro.  [Via]




R&Em Launch Party [More photos HERE]

Where: Macy's

Other Details: R&Em launched their new handbag line with an event at Macy's. Guests came out to shop and talk to fashion blogger Keiko Lynn. Be sure to check out more photos HERE.