Bodies Bodies Bodies, Gen Z’s satirical slasher film, held an open-air screening at Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn on Aug. 2. It was followed by cold cocktails and paletas at the Kings County Distillery.
The Shed held an opening party on August 3 for Tiona Nekkia McClodden’s exhibition on contemporary black dance, ‘The Trace of an Implied Presence’. The show, co-created with Nike, brought a less crowded audience to Hudson Yards.
And Net-a-Porter and Ralph Lauren held a garden party at a private house in Water Mill, NY. David Lauren and Lauren Bush Lauren, who were one of the hosts, wore their namesake brand, of course.
“I was wearing a tan three piece set I found at a thrift store. I live for sustainable fashion and styling myself on a budget. I got the whole outfit for under $25.” — Tomás Matos at “Bodies Bodies Bodies”
“I went to see my membership in the Shed and they told me to come to this event tonight. They said I looked good. That’s how it goes in New York.” — Michael Anthony Pegues at the barn
“Guys, I know this is a scary movie. But it’s also a little slutty, okay? It’s kind of funny and it’s a little party.” — Rachel Sennott, a star of “Bodies Bodies Bodies”
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