PARTIES

Night Crawlers

From Moscow to London to downtown New York, fashion fetes and art-world dinners set the night on fire.


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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

John Pawson is responsible for the clean look of Calvin Klein boutiques—so what better venue than the future home of London’s Design Museum, brainchild of the English starchitect, to host a Calvin Klein dinner during the Frieze Art Fair?

Francisco Costa and Elle Macpherson

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

John Pawson is responsible for the clean look of Calvin Klein boutiques—so what better venue than the future home of London’s Design Museum, brainchild of the English starchitect, to host a Calvin Klein dinner during the Frieze Art Fair?

Tali Lennox and Erin O’Connor

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

John Pawson is responsible for the clean look of Calvin Klein boutiques—so what better venue than the future home of London’s Design Museum, brainchild of the English starchitect, to host a Calvin Klein dinner during the Frieze Art Fair?

Freida Pinto

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

John Pawson is responsible for the clean look of Calvin Klein boutiques—so what better venue than the future home of London’s Design Museum, brainchild of the English starchitect, to host a Calvin Klein dinner during the Frieze Art Fair?

Italo Zucchelli, Jefferson Hack, and Lily Donaldson

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

How do you keep New York socials happy? Try well-stocked bars, fancy hors d’oeuvres, and a candelit pool, like the one at the Museum of the City of New York’s annual New York After Dark party, held at the Four Seasons and sponsored by Valentino and Graff.

The scene at the Four Seasons restaurant

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

How do you keep New York socials happy? Try well-stocked bars, fancy hors d’oeuvres, and a candelit pool, like the one at the Museum of the City of New York’s annual New York After Dark party, held at the Four Seasons and sponsored by Valentino and Graff.

Michelle Harper

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

How do you keep New York socials happy? Try well-stocked bars, fancy hors d’oeuvres, and a candelit pool, like the one at the Museum of the City of New York’s annual New York After Dark party, held at the Four Seasons and sponsored by Valentino and Graff.

Joanne de Guardiola and Amy Fine Collins

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

Whitney Museum devotees will soon have to get used to schlepping to downtown Manhattan for their art viewing. Best to ease them in with a star-studded affair, as the museum did with its annual fall gala: Honoring art writer Calvin Tomkins, it was held in an abandoned bus depot outfitted with disco balls.

The dance floor

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

Whitney Museum devotees will soon have to get used to schlepping to downtown Manhattan for their art viewing. Best to ease them in with a star-studded affair, as the museum did with its annual fall gala: Honoring art writer Calvin Tomkins, it was held in an abandoned bus depot outfitted with disco balls.

Harvey Weinstein, Georgina Chapman, and Bar Refaeli

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

Whitney Museum devotees will soon have to get used to schlepping to downtown Manhattan for their art viewing. Best to ease them in with a star-studded affair, as the museum did with its annual fall gala: Honoring art writer Calvin Tomkins, it was held in an abandoned bus depot outfitted with disco balls.

Francesco Clemente, Rachel Feinstein, and John Currin

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

Whitney Museum devotees will soon have to get used to schlepping to downtown Manhattan for their art viewing. Best to ease them in with a star-studded affair, as the museum did with its annual fall gala: Honoring art writer Calvin Tomkins, it was held in an abandoned bus depot outfitted with disco balls.

Calvin Tomkins

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

Forget starving artists: Andrea Dibelius, Frieze Art Fair directors Amanda Sharp and Matthew Slotover, and W magazine threw a bash for the Frieze Projects’ 2011 artists at London’s swanky new Arts Club.

Sandro Kopp and Michael Stipe

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

Forget starving artists: Andrea Dibelius, Frieze Art Fair directors Amanda Sharp and Matthew Slotover, and W magazine threw a bash for the Frieze Projects’ 2011 artists at London’s swanky new Arts Club.

Andrea Dibelius and Dagmar Mueller

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

Forget starving artists: Andrea Dibelius, Frieze Art Fair directors Amanda Sharp and Matthew Slotover, and W magazine threw a bash for the Frieze Projects’ 2011 artists at London’s swanky new Arts Club.

Zaha Hadid

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

Moscow isn’t exactly on the regular party circuit, but trust Dasha Zhukova to lure her friends there for the launch of Garage magazine—and Marina Abramovic’s “The Artist Is Present,” which was opening at the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture.

Jenne Lombardo and Maryna Linchuk

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

Moscow isn’t exactly on the regular party circuit, but trust Dasha Zhukova to lure her friends there for the launch of Garage magazine—and Marina Abramovic’s “The Artist Is Present,” which was opening at the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture.

Polina Deripaska and Dasha Zhukova

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

Moscow isn’t exactly on the regular party circuit, but trust Dasha Zhukova to lure her friends there for the launch of Garage magazine—and Marina Abramovic’s “The Artist Is Present,” which was opening at the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture.

Marina Abramovic

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Photographer: Alexis Dahan

Moscow isn’t exactly on the regular party circuit, but trust Dasha Zhukova to lure her friends there for the launch of Garage magazine—and Marina Abramovic’s “The Artist Is Present,” which was opening at the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture.

Klaus Biesenbach