After a long night of awards, politically-inclined speeches, and plenty of tears, the 2017 CFDA Awards came to an end around 11 p.m. on Monday, but for much of the crowd, the evening was just getting started. While the typical party crew—Bella Hadid, Hailey Baldwin, Lily Aldridge; all the models, truly—called it a night, a whole new crew of fashionistas celebrated into the early hours of the morning, feting their very first CFDA Awards. Leading the charge was the Haim sisters, Danielle, Este, and Alana, just weeks out from releasing their hotly anticipated new album. For now, they were just excited to be here. “There were too many highlights to count,” said Alana. “I mean Gloria Steinem, Janelle Monáe…It was such a very empowering night to be a woman.” The group was palling around with Diane von Furstenberg and Seth Meyersat the official after party at Samsung 837; nearby Delilah Belle Hamlin was circling the room with wide eyes. “Um, it was amazing,” she said. “Saw Gigi, she looks beautiful. Saw Bella, she looks beautiful. I saw a lot of people.” Roaming around inconspicuously was Demna Gvasalia, who chatted at the bar with Hari Nef, his trophy for International Designer nowhere in sight. “I feel relieved. I was so anxious. It’s so not for me these kind of things. I’m so relieved that it is over, and I’m am so motivated and was honored to be there.” Just down the block, the party raged on at the Top of the Standard, where Amber Valletta strolled in with Pat McGrath, and Fernando Garcia contemplated getting another drink. The Monse designer had an early call-time to present the brand’s Resort collection. But the winner’s spirit, haven taken home the Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent, got the best of him, and soon enough, another round was poured.