A Storybook Evening

Celebrating W: Stories at Art Basel Miami Beach.

China Chow and Stefano Tonchi

“The images speak for themselves—iconic and beautiful,” said Joe Jonas of W magazine’s newest book, W: Stories, which offers a behind-the-scenes look at some of the magazine’s greatest hits. Jonas was just one of the many bold faced names on hand last night to celebrate the tome at Ian Schrager’s newly opened Edition Hotel in Miami’s South Beach. Francesco Vezzoli, Douglas Booth, Laure Heriard Dubreuil, Linda Evangelista and Ferragamo creative director Massimiliano Giornetti, one of the night’s hosts, were among the first to arrive at the breezy penthouse suite, where W’s Editor-in-Chief Stefano Tonchi held court. While Evangelista, dressed in a champagne and black Ferragamo dress, flipped through the book with Tonchi, an Erdem-clad Lily Kwong caught up with DJ Chelsea Leyland, who was dressed in a black crocheted Burberry frock, and ordered a round of the evening’s cocktail, the Belvedere lime gimlet. Nearby fellow Brit and CFDA nominee Misha Nonoo sipped champagne with her husband, Paddle8 founder Alexander Gilkes. “I was encouraging him to go with the canary colored suit but he went for grandpa blue instead,” said Nonoo, of her husband’s powder blue Ferragamo look. “I love Edward Enninful’s work and I’m happy to see so much of it in the book,” Nonoo continued. “I am absolutely ordering a copy!”

Photos: A Storybook Evening

China Chow and Stefano Tonchi. Photograph by

Joe Jonas and Francesco Carrozzini. Photograph by

Jena Malone. Photograph by

Alexander Gilkes, Riccardo Ferragamo, and Douglas Booth. Photograph by

ASAP Rocky. Courtesy of Ferragamo.

Margot, Mia Moretti, and Cleo Wade. Photograph by

Livia Firth. Photograph by

Marc Quinn and Jenny Baset. Photograph by

Oribe. Photograph by

Phoebe Collings James and Chelsea Leyland. Photograph by

Teresita Fernandez and David Maupin. Photograph by

Dayssi Olarte de Kanavos and Tinsley Mortimer. Photograph by

Eli Mizrahi and Nausheen Shah.

Toni Garrn. Photograph by

Harry Brant. Photograph by