FASHION WEEK PARTIES
With Fashion Week in full swing, we already feel like we’ve had a three-day weekend! Kicking off our weekend party scene, Scoop NYC transformed into a neon black-lit party for the Hudson Phosphorescent Invasion. If fluorescent denim and glowsticks is you thing—Friday’s event, hosted by DJ/model Leigh Lezark, was the place to be. DJ Harley Viera Newton spun the perfect electric pop set to keep the party as energetic as it’s brightly hued color scheme. An eclectic mix of stylish fashionistas and their savvy counterparts filled the retail space, congregating around the Double Cross Vodka sponsored bar, of course. Although the beats were bumpin, the Hudson party was all about socializing.
A quick welcome to my new weekly column (and that was it if you missed it) and now lets get down to business.
And business it was last week especially for all the stores that participated in Fashion's Night Out, but more of that in a minute, first I want to talk about the sharp end of fashion week, the shows. I kicked off this season by taking a strut down to West Broadway to check out the new collection from Prince Peter, that cheeky little character talent who seems always to hang with the hippest and best looking people on the planet. As usual his show was full of great looking things draped in his designs and the liquor was free-flowing and plentiful which was a result for me because I then got a chance to eat it off by going in to see my old mate Kevin, the Maitre D at Balthazar which was, needless to say, filled to the brim as usual .
These are the top 5 places you need to make sure you're at on Fashion's Night out, this Friday September 10, 2010.
650 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10019
Decorate cupcakes with the Editors of Teen Vogue and hear the sounds of indie rock band Metric at the flagship store on Fifth Avenue.