Last Night's Parties: Zack Morris & Kelly Kapowski Reunite, Anna Wintour Closes Down McQueen

by Mara Siegler · August 8, 2011

    You didn't go to Lolla, you didn't go to the Hamptons, you didn't go anywhere and that's just fine. It may be Auguest, but NYC is not completely quiet on the weekends. Mark Paul Gosselaar and Tiffani Thiessen helped Keihl's raise money for amfAR; Anna Wintour signed books during the final hours of the Met's Savage Beauty exhibit; and Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros played the Mondrian. Get the details!

    Kiehl’s LifeRide for amfAR

    Where: Kiehl's Flagship Store

    Who Was There: Chris Salgardo, Tricia Helfer, Tyson Beckford, Mark Paul Gosselaar, Tiffani Thiessen, Chris Salgardo

    Other Details: Kiehl's celebrated the final stop on their seven day motorcycle ride through the East Coast to raise awareness for and benefit amfAR. Guests, which included Saved by The Bell alums Mark Paul Gosselaar and Tiffani Thiessen, enjoyed the day long block party. How old does this picture make you feel?  It's actually freaking me out.  [Via]


    Closing Night of ALEXANDER McQUEEN: Savage Beauty, Book Signing with Andrew Bolton and Anna Wintour

    Where: Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Who Was There: Anna Wintour, Andrew Bolton

    Other Details: Did you wake up early and wait in line for hours upon hours to see the Alexander McQueen exhibit at the Met? No, well you are out of luck. The exhibit closed this weekend with a special signing of the exhibit book by the grande dame of fashion herself, Anna Wintour and the British curator of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, Andrew Bolton. The final attendance count since the show opened on May 4 was 661,509 visitors. [Via]

    Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros Secret Show

    Where: Mondrian Soho

    Other Details: After playing Saturday night at Escape to NY, Edward Sharpe and his Manetic Zeros took to the stage of the Mondrian Soho to perform for the crowd of those lucky enough to know about the show and not have to travel to Southampton and pay $100 bucks to see it. [Via]