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  • Literally Fashionable  - Peng Yang and Jonathan Ames. Photo by BFAnyc.com.9
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    Oliver Platt and Zoe Kazan. Photo by BFAnyc.com.

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    Anthony Mackie and Jonathan Ames. Photo by BFAnyc.com.

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    Giovanna Battaglia and Sara Battaglia. Photo by BFAnyc.com.

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    Jay McInerney and Mattia Conti. Photo by BFAnyc.com.

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    Gary Shteyngart and Jonathan Ames. Photo by BFAnyc.com.

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    Zoe Kazan and Mamie Gummer. Photo by BFAnyc.com.

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    Natalie Joos. Photo by BFAnyc.com.

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    Peng Yang and Jonathan Ames. Photo by BFAnyc.com.

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    The Prada store. Photo by BFAnyc.com.

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Literally Fashionable

Prada SoHo was transformed into a classic salon for an evening of reading, writing, and partying

What: A celebration announcing the winners of the Prada Journal literary contest.

When: Wednesday, October 23

Where: Prada’s Epicenter store in SoHo, which was transformed into a theater for the occasion.

Who: Zoe Kazan, Gary Shteyngart, Anthony Mackie, Jay McInerny, and Jonathan Ames read the winning stories to a much-bespectacled crowd, which included Mamie Gummer, Giovanna Battaglia, and Paul Dano. Oliver Platt enthusiastically emceed.

Why: Is there a better setting for celebrating the writers of tomorrow than one filled with librarian-chic glasses? Doubtful.