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Art History With Nicky Hilton, Zosia Mamet at Alice+Olivia's Party

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Welcome to Party Bites, a series we've borrowed from our sister site where fancy people at glamorous parties answer our probing questions.


Last night, we ventured to the Meatpacking District to celebrate the collaboration between Alice + Olivia by Stacy Bendet and artist David Choe. The party included Choe painting models' white dresses and legs, a DJ set by Hannah Bronfman, a black-lit paint-splattered room, and a burlesque performance with, shall we say, strategically placed tassels.

In the art-y spirit of the night, we felt compelled to ask partygoers "What was your favorite arts and crafts project as a kid?" See what Nicky Hilton, Zosia Mamet, Theophilus London, and burlesque dancer Hazel Honeysuckle said in the gallery above.
·All Party Bites Posts [Racked NY]
·Alice + Olivia's Soho Shop is Greene Street's Latest Resident [Racked NY]