Abbey Lee and Our Mountain Rock Out
Most Fashion Week-goers have been making dizzying rounds at Le Baron, Acme, Indochine and the Boom Boom Room for their nighttime revelry. Tuesday evening, W Magazine and P&G’s Joanna Crewes lured them to more civilized grounds—the Upper East Side—for the mesmerizing premiere of “The Ever-Changing Face of Beauty,” a film created by Sølve Sundsbø (and stills from which appear in the magazine’s March issue).
Guests including Cate Blanchett, Sienna Miller, Evan Rachel Wood (who arrived with fellow Gucci fragrance campaign star Chris Evans), Felicity Jones and a runway’s worth of models like Bianca Balti, Shalom Harlow (recently on the catwalk for Alexander Wang) and Constance Jablonski happily viewed the film like kids in front of the TV (and happily sipped glasses of Chandon while they did). Click here to read the full coverage.
Most top models probably prep for Fashion Week with extra sessions at the gym and restrictive juice cleanses. Not Abbey Lee Kershaw. The model-musician kicked off her New York stint with a performance at the Dream Downtown Wednesday night, which also served as the debut of Nur Khan’s Electric Room Sessions.