A WELCOMING TOAST
We wanted one last celebratory moment to toast to our newest store in New York with our friends in the art community. In that spirit, we hosted a welcoming fête at our new store in Hudson Yards for more than 300 of our favorite artists, designers, clients, and friends.
WE HOSTED A WELCOMING FETE AT OUR NEW STORE IN HUDSON YARDS FOR MORE THAN 300 OF OUR FAVORITE ARTISTS, DESIGNERS, CLIENTS, AND FRIENDS.
The night—complete with cocktails and passed bites from new neighboring Momofuku restaurant, Kāwi—kicked off with a DJ set by Blu DeTIGER. The Manhattan club darling, dressed in metallic PRISCAVera, later made her way out from behind the turntables for a solo bass guitar performance.
In the audience: favorite designers from our Forty Five Ten and 4510/SIX lineup, including Rosie Assoulin, Molly Goddard , Adam Lippes, Thierry Lasry, Gigi Burris, Batsheva Hay, Rachel Comey, and Maria Cornejo.
Artists whose work has contributed our stores and portfolio also came to celebrate, including Lars Fisk, Al Freeman, Greg Bogin, Tony Matelli, and Andrew Kuo. Two artists featured in Curyatid (our newest digital art commission), Hayden Dunham and Jamilah Sabur, were also in attendance to see their works displayed on our two-story-tall column inside Hudson Yards.
After cocktails, a smaller group convened at SoHo’s Café Altro Paradiso for an intimate dinner hosted by Tim Headington, Founder and CEO of Headington Companies, and Forty Five Ten President and CCO, Kristen Cole. Classically trained, multi-instrumentalist Kadhja Bonet performed for the small fashion set, taking the New York scene to another paradise, indeed.