Looks like things got a little crazy last night in the RM dressing room pre-CFDA Awards…
Here it is, Minkettes – the world premiere of Rebecca Minkoff’s “Call Me Maybe” cover video featuring Leandra of The Man Repeller, model Hilary Rhoda, Baby Luca and the RM crew on back-up vocals and dance moves. Get ready to shimmy in your seats!
Work In Progress is all the rave in nightlife these days. The underground hotspot is hidden under the infamous Greenhouse and features amazing decor (fun fact- every few weeks a new artist paints the graffiti). The large Soho basement space attracts a crowd of tastemakers and DJs, including DJ Skrillex. In fact, the New York Times likens W.I.P. to a “modern reimagination of Andy Warhol’s Factory.” Sounds like a place you Minkettes need to visit.
The nightlife world is swooning over the newly opened Chinatown hotspot. Le Baron, the Chinatown outpost of Andre Saraiva‘s famous Paris club is quite the scene. The 70′s era Saigon lounges decor is immaculate, and it is a tad darker than the usual clubs.
Warning: the door is hard right now especially when its being manned by a person in a bunny suit like on opening night. Seems like everyone is still headed down to Mulberry Street to try and join in the fun.
Last night, New York City’s most stylish crowd headed over to The Back Room for the Rebecca Minkoff Baby-G Launch Party. Guests mingled in the hidden lounge while sipping on cocktails served in teacups and relaxing on velvet couches. Harley Viera Newton was manning the DJ booth, and the steamy Rebecca Minkoff Baby-G commercial was playing all night long. In attendance were some of our favorite bloggers, including Kelly of The Glamourai, Natalie of Natalie Off Duty, Claire of De Lune, Christina of Trop Rouge, Wendy of Nitrolicious, Tess of The Little Black List, and plenty more.
Check out the night’s photos…
Hidden beneath a run-down sports bar, is a shiny new nightclub. Stash, a giltzy, late-night hideout that is secretly tucked away between The Darby and Snap. It is a sexy fallout shelter with a ceiling of domed mosaic tiles and a floor based on designs by Thomas Jefferson (yes, that Thomas Jefferson).
We hear it is best on Thursday nights. Good luck and remember that finding the entrance is all part of the fun!