in the Seaport District of Lower Manhattan No romantic strangers – with the Brooklyn Bridge as a backdrop, this place attracts tourists from all directions. Yesterday, when dusk turned to night, designer Isabel Marant was among the crowd. She joined a fascinating group of artists, designers, actors and other creatives to toast the brand’s new Madison Avenue store.
“I’m a little French, you know what?” Going to New York and opening a store in Madison feels like a dream,” she told Vogue at the table) ) The Fulton restaurant is beautifully decorated and cooked by chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
When the city While the rest of the world was pumping with adrenaline for fashion and art week events, Marant’s dinner attendees acted calmly, as if nothing else in the world mattered but was happening right now.
Guests like Alton Mason, Ajani Russell and Lily Aldrige enjoyed the soft mood of thinly sliced sashimi. Hari Nef is poetic about Issy Wood’s artwork currently on view at Michael Werner Gallery in New York. Elsa Majimbo rocked in a chair with The Ronettes’ “Be My Baby” playing in the background. No glass is ever without booze or tequila, and it’s clear that the romance of the harbour setting plays a big part in the mood of the evening.
But, like every other romance, the night was getting more and more orgasmic. Around 10 afternoon, the dinner guests got up from their chairs and headed to the dance floor inside the Fulton Hotel. The soft glow of the lamp was exchanged for the dazzling disco light. The soft music suddenly became harsh, and slowly, other lucky invited guests began to join the festivities one after another. Golf star and model Paris Hilinski was spotted enjoying the energy. All kinds of people put on dancing shoes and danced enchantingly on the dance floor.
Isabel Marant herself was at the forefront of the dance floor, leading the hilarious moments. Soon all eyes were on center stage on the dance floor, cell phones showed up, and R&B group Blackstreet entertained the party guests with some of their most recognizable songs. The guests can’t do anything but dance.