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Vanity Fair’s Oscar Party 2014 Red Carpet Arrivals

VANITY FAIR OSCAR PARTY 2014 - Red Carpet Arrivals

Once again, the Vanity Fair Oscar Party is the most sought after post Academy Awards fête.  This year, host Graydon Carter invited guests to a freshly designed space at 8680 Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, California.  While most guests flocked straight to the Vanity Fair Oscar Party, a few notables did a quick wardrobe change, which we love. Below are a few photos of guests as they arrived before being served bubbly and dancing the night away.

Photo: BFAnyc


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Vince Fetes IPO At Boom Boom Room

VINCE IPO Party Kicks Off NYFW

Fashion brand Vince, (“VNCE” on New York Stock Exchange ticker), celebrated its Initial Public Offering that occurred in November at the Top Of the Standard Hotel and Le Bain. Guests danced all night to tunes spun by DJ Chelsea Leyland and snapped pics at the Bosco photo booth while tasting veuve cliquot and Whiskey Smash. The fête was a kick off to New York Fashion Week as attendees included Alyssa Milano, Daisy Fuentes, editors and retailers, along with Marc Leder, co-chief executive officer of Sun Capital Partners, Inc. and Jill Granoff, Chief Executive Officer of Vince. “Our entire team looks forward to this new and exciting chapter in the brand’s evolution”, noted Granoff, “we intend to continue to build upon Vince’s reputation as a leader in contemporary fashion by capitalizing on our strong customer loyalty, growing our customer base and introducing new and compelling product assortments and categories.” Vince currently carries women’s and men’s ready-to-wear and will unveil men’s footwear and childrenswear this year. Handbags and small accessories are scheduled to launch in 2015.

Photo: BFANyc

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Girls Season 3 Premiere

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Just Cavalli Store Opening Party

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Roger Vivier Celebrates Re-Launch of Virgule

Tuesday night Bruno Frisoni hosted an intimate cocktail party at Paul Sevigny’s newest venue, Paul’s Baby Grand, to celebrate the re-launch of the iconic curved heel, Virgule. Originally designed by Roger Vivier in 1963, Virgule translates to “comma” in English and is the ideal description for the extravagant pump.  Frisoni gave the classic design a little makeover and partnered with model/DJ Atlanta de Cadenet Taylor, and photographer Olivia Bee to celebrate the re-launch. The scene included PYT’s, bubbly and images of Virgule photographed by Bee in the backdrop. Guests included Hamish Bowles, Annabelle Dexter Jones, Kate Young, Genevieve Jones, Nicky Hilton, and Courtney Love.  The ad campaign photographed by Bee in Paris features Atlanta de Cadenet Taylor, (daughter of photographer Amanda de Cadenet and John Taylor of Duran Duran). “I am very excited to be the face of the Virgule Collection”, noted Atlanta de Cadenet Taylor,  “There is so much history behind the Roger Vivier brand. It is a testament to style and creativity”.  Olivia Bee is quickly becoming a fashion photographer favorite with a portfolio that includes the New York Times Magazine, Hermès and Converse. The Virgule Collection, which released globally this Fall, is available for purchase at the Roger Vivier boutiques worldwide.

Photo by courtesy of Roger Vivier


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Barneys Lou Live Party










New York Fashion Week would not be complete without the numerous  parties.  As such, Barneys New York played host to Lou Live at the Jane Hotel in the West Village. Guests watched while Lou performed live songs from her album as well as a few cover songs.   The fête, was to celebrate Barneys’ Fall 2013 campaign collaboration, All About Lou, featuring Lou Doillon photographed by Inez Van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin.  The intimate affair brought a bevy of notables including Derek Blasberg, Bruce Weber, Mia Moretti, Chelsea Leyland, Natalia Kills, and Richard and Lisa Perry. Lou Doillon   All About Lou was featured in the Barneys’ Madison Avenue flagship store window, their Fall 2013 mailer, and Barneys’ luxury editorial site The Window.