What We Did:
Bon Appétit magazine threw a dinner soiree to celebrate the launch of fashion designer Pamela Love‘s jewelry line. The one and only chef April Bloomfield whipped up a feast in an intimate space on the third floor of her famous West Village eatery, the Spotted Pig. The space was small, kitsch and cluttered, but we transformed it into an elegant, minimalist backdrop fitting for such delicate jewels and delectables. To make the jewelry pop and work within the confines of the space, we added a quirky twist by draping the jewels over the classical statues, doric columns and marble busts. Our inspiration came straight from the Met museum, after all, this high end jewelry really was a work of art.
Why It Rocked:
This exclusive event attracted a blend of fashionistas and foodies, and provided an intimate setting for them to escape the mayhem of fashion week. The turnout was high, engagement was astronomical and the connections formed were lasting. Big shout out to our sponsors Essie, Ford and Mustang Unleashed.