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Ali Wong at a Fancy House Party, and a Stylish Gala at PS1
Los Angeles is so consumed with celebrity that even some houses are famous. Take the Sheats-Goldstein residence, a co-star in films like “The Big Lebowski.” Last Friday the e-commerce site Mytheresa leveraged its renown to fete the new Paula’s Ibiza collection from Loewe, a beachy capsule the brand has released each summer since 2017. “This is the playful part of the brand,” said Tiffany Hsu, Mytheresa’s vice president for buying.
On the other coast, MoMA PS1 hosted its annual gala in the museum’s front courtyard. Guests mingled over drinks and music by BombaYo, followed by a seated dinner punctuated with speeches by the evening’s honorees: Robert Soros, a member of the museum’s board of trustees, and the artists James Turrell, Daniel Lind-Ramos and Anicka Yi. A performance by the singer duendita signaled it was time for the after-party and for guests, including Solange Knowles, to dance into the early hours of the morning.
MoMA PS1 Annual Gala
‘I wanted something that blurred the gender lines, and something that felt very free, flowy and that reflected my identity as an artist.’ — Jeffrey Meris
‘I decided to wear this because it makes me feel very feminine and liberated, and it’s my armor. I’m really a wallflower, but the armor that I put on makes me feel confident to move throughout spaces.’ — Friday Lynton
‘I think a lot about being outdoors. I work on the High Line, so I spend a lot of time outdoors. I try to mimic nature.’ — Cecilia Alemani
‘I just got rid of a lot of stuff, so I’m just really down to the things that I really feel good about wearing. Outfits have been coming together seamlessly.’ — Kalifa Diouf
‘I feel like artists paint because they are telling a story. When I put on clothes, it’s me telling a story to the world.’ — Matthew Kovalsky
“I always tell Jennifer [Coolidge] that Jonathan Anderson is the Mike White of fashion. Like, he sees the bigger picture. He understands the greater vision and understands how to use this to tell the stories of our time.” — Evan Ross Katz
‘Knowing Jonathan [Anderson], and how he respects the creative process, the clothing really is a manifestation of his hopes and dreams.” — Dan Levy
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