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Milly's Madison Avenue boutique was filled with fashionable women and children for yesterday's Annie-inspired Milly fashion show, which featured select cast members from the Broadway musical. While the store was transformed into a whimsical scene from Annie, it was a decidedly different type of party at Chelsea's No. 8, where A-list guests came out to help Amy Sacco, Lisa Benson, Jill Demling and Karen Mulligan celebrate their birthdays in style. Click through to see our favorite looks from both events.
It's been a long month for the jet-setting Fashion Crowd, but not even tired feet or terrible jet-lag was enough keep them from partying. Paris marks the last of the four Fashion Weeks, so as the masses head home from the City of Lights, we're looking back at the best parties of the week. From Carine Roitfeld's lavish MAC Ball to MADE's Parisian debut, here are the parties that kept everyone buzzing all day, and up all night!
Check out how Stella McCartney showed off her Fall 2012 line with Liv Tyler, Anna Wintour, and Naomi Watts, Darren Criss performed for Susan Sarandon and Alan Cumming at The Darby and more from NYC! MORE>>
Last night Stella McCartney showed off her Fall 2012 line with Liv Tyler, Anna Wintour, and Naomi Watts, Darren Criss performed for Susan Sarandon and Alan Cumming at The Darby, Peanut Butter Lovesicle premiered their new music video at the Electric Room, Brad Pitt secured himself the Best Actor award at the New York Film Critics Awards, Harvey Weinstein and Diane von Furstenberg hosted a lunch at Monkey Bar and so much more. Last night's parties were all about the fashion and music. More»
The French honored Marc Jacobs with a fancy dinner at The Plaza, a weird mix of celebs hit the opening of Converse's new Soho store, Robert De Niro does not like the cold, but everyone likes Leo Fuchs...what else happened last night? More»
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.