Best Party Photos Of The Week May 17


The migratory patterns of party people dictate that after the Met Gala the flight to Cannes arrives (don't worry, we have that too), but there were still some FOMO-inducing parties stateside. From a pair of lavish fashion dinners to a Soho pop-up by the streetwear brand backed by Kendall Jenner and Hailey Bieber, check out all the events you missed this week.

Saks Social Club Dinner

Yes, this is the place with the burger that is very hard to get into. On May 16, Saks hosted a dinner at 4 Charles Prime Rib to celebrate the Saks Social Club, its luxury brand ambassador program. Guests included Chanel Iman, NYLON It Girl Francesca Scorsese, Emily DiDonato and more, who were treated to a seafood tower and custom caviar martinis before finding their seat assignments via custom engraved steak knives.

Dinner TOMORROW by Sézane and Laura Brown

In honor of Sézane's DEMAIN philanthropic program and the Women's Cancer Research Fund, longtime friend of the brand Laura Brown brought a fashion group to Altro Paradiso on May 16. The Golden Age Louisa Jacobson, Sarita Choudhury and Katerina Tannenbaum from And soi the dynasty Elizabeth Gillies heard how DEMAIN has raised and distributed $7 million to support 20 nonprofits around the world before enjoying a family meal and 80s French tunes courtesy of DJs va$htie and Amrit .

Talk by Mel Ottenberg at RealReal

Here's a new find for you: Prada SS96, as recommended by Mel Ottenberg, who said it was the first thing she looked at when she started doing her super-selective edit for The RealReal. On May 15, Ottenberg joined stylist Lynette Nylander in conversation at the retailer's Soho store, where they discussed Norma Kamali's sheath dresses and the '80s comeback in front of an audience that included Mischa Barton, Molly Ringwald, and Beverly Nguyen.

Spring 2024 Pop-Up from Siegelman Stable

The celeb-approved streetwear brand popped up in Soho on May 10, complete with a packed dance floor and custom betting booth. Known for its classic two-tone caps, the brand celebrated its new collection of tracksuits, t-shirts and an expanded core collection inspired by the 80s. Samantha Nik, associate director of talent strategy and experience at brand to Bustle, says the event “felt like a New York reunion” where guests walked away with new hats and limited-edition ashtrays.


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