Last Night's Parties: Which Party Was Good Enough For Madonna?

by guestofaguest · October 6, 2010

A Foursquare fete, minus Foursquare, a movie premiere, and two art openings: so which one did Madonna go to?-









Zagat And Foursquare's Fall Fete

Where: Macao Trading Company.

Who Was There: The usual suspects from the New York media scene; Dennis Crowley, of course, and people who actually own Foursquare apparel.

Other Details: As gleefully tweeted by just about every media geek in attendance, Foursquare was down at the time, making it impossible for guests to check in to the party....


Dylan Lauren Book Signing

Where: Dylan's Candy Bar

Who Was There: Kelly Cutrone, Dylan Lauren, Lauren Bush, David Lauren, Ralph Lauren

Other Details: Kelly Cutrone participated in a bubble blowing contest!


"The Last Newspaper" Opening At New Museum

Where: The New Museum

Who Was There: Michael Stipe, Carlos Quirarte, Cynthia Rowley

Other Details: The Last Newspaper explores the ways artists approach the news and respond to the stories and images that command headlines.


Kiptonart Celebrates The Finalists Of Kiptonart Rising 2011

Where: Andrew Martin Showroom

Who Was There: Kipton Cronkite, Tia Walker, Annabel Vartanian, Prince Dimitri, Liliana Cavendish

Other Details: Party was to showcase a group of 20 young artists, all finalists for the KiptonArt Rising Program of 2011.

Premiere Of "Stone"

Where: MoMA, afterparty at Andaz

Who Was There: Edward Norton, Griffin Dunne, Jonathan Ames, Neve Campbell, Christian Campbell, Matthew Modine, Sky Nellor, Reshma Shetty, Star Jones, Rachel Roy, Nanette Lepore, Milla Jovovich, Lou Reed

Other Details: Unfortunately, the buzz from the movie and the party were not too good; the huge selection of cheeses at the after party got more attention than the movie itself. After the premiere, Milla Jovovich hopped on a plane and went directly back to Munich.


So which party did Madonna attend?

Well, none of them: she was seen having dinner at The Lion, the new hotspot restaurant in the West Village. Maybe next time, Foursquare...