Supermodels? Check. It Girls? Check. Antoni Porowski? Check! Everyone who's anyone in NYC made a stylish appearance at Indochine last night, where Salvatore Ferragamo and The Webster celebrated a new partnership. For the first time ever, the cool kid boutique (which has a New York outpost in Soho) will stock Salvatore Ferragamo Ready-To-Wear, along with an exclusive capsule collection only available at The Webster. 

To mark the occasion, the brands collaborated on a tropical bash that brought Spring Break vibes to the downtown crowd. What better place to sip tiki cocktails and piña coladas (served in coconuts, no less) than Indochine, the timeless hot spot known for its lush palms and banana leaf decor? 

The space was jam-packed with fashionistas, including Tali Lennox, Atlanta de Cadenet, Sabrina Carpenter, Princess Maria-Olympia, and, of course, Ferragamo Creative Director Paul Andrew and founder of The Webster Laure Hériard Dubreuil. As if things could get even more sizzling, Joan Smalls and Hilary Rhoda led the statuesque model crowd.

Despite the restaurant's dim mood lighting, guests found plenty of Instagram opportunities, from the beachside setup up front to the Ferragamo-branded wicker fans spread across the tables. And don't forget the aforementioned coconuts - those always rake in the likes. 

With a funky playlist provided by DJ (and model herself) Ruby Aldridge, the evening was certainly a lively one. Spring Break, but make it chic.

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