Are “going-out tops” – the 2000-year-old party wardrobe – back? Moda Operandi, the luxury fashion retailer, held a 2000s-themed night to celebrate its party-ready Club Moda collection on November 17 at the Palace in TriBeCa. Sienna Miller, Ziwe, LaQuan Smith and Lauren Santo Domingo were among those who danced to a live performance of “Milkshake” by Kelis.
Also on Nov. 17, the Aperture Foundation hosted a party for “Revolution Is Love: A Year of Black Trans Liberation,” a photo book documenting queer activism within the Black Lives Matter movement. Lots of looks were served.
“Just make sure no piece of this look goes unnoticed.” — Jessica Wang at the Moda Operandi party
‘I got the dress at an African shop in Los Angeles that no longer exists and it is now one of my favorite pieces in my boutique collection.’ — B. Hawksbill at Aperture
‘This whole look is vintage thrift and my hat is from Saga NYC. Working with what I have!’ — Cory Walker at the Aperture party
‘I am not only celebrating the publication of this historic book and a huge milestone in my career; I celebrate myself and how far I’ve come.’ — Cindy Trinh at the Aperture party
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