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The Scoop Party: Zac Posen, A Flash Mob, and Grown-Up Popsicles

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On a humid night, when nothing seemed more enticing than air conditioning, Scoop's Meatpacking District block party was surprisingly one of the more crowded FNO events we attended. As DJ Jus Ske blasted a great mix of Amy Winehouse, The Ramones, and Nirvana, we pushed our way through the crowds on Washington Street, checking out store after store.

One of the highlights was Zac Posen's new Z Spoke boutique. With a bar in the back and celebs like Ashley Tisdale and Sophia Bush waiting for Zac to arrive in the front, there was a lot of great energy. Zac arrived later than planned due to FNO traffic (we kept imagining him being stuck behind the Barbie Bus), but as soon as he arrived, Coco Rocha and a flash mob started dancing on the street. We imagine they were good, but the surrounding crowd was so thick that we only caught flashes of moving heads and arms.

The Scoop stores were crowded, but a bit quieter. There was a special on Yosi Samra's flats, which some people were taking advantage of—if you bought one, you got a second pair free. Our favorite Scoop promotion, however, were the free popsicle in two flavors: Coffee with Crème and Sugar and Watermelon Basil.
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Scoop NYC Block Party

861 Washington Street, New York NY