Oh Land Serenaded Tisci, Theyskens and More in a Native American Headdress

In the elite confines of the Boom Boom Room, Interview Magazine hosted flaxen-haired stunner Oh Land, no stranger to the top of the Standard, who performed to an audience of fashion’s glitterati. Wearing an all-white ensemble, complete with coordinating organza frock and Native American headdress, the singer crooned a full set from her recently released album while holding court on the electro-drums. Sprite and rather slender, the former ballerina gave us more reason to regret dropping out of dance class at the tender age of 7. Caught between the performance stage and an awkward mosh pit of badly behaving (probably) Goldman Sachs boys, Elle’s Kate Lanphear told us that she’s an Oh Land fan because, “I love anyone who wears sequins during the day.” Earlier in the afternoon, the songstress attended a bevy of resort shows in a custom Stine Goya pantsuit, covered in sparkling spiders.
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In the elite confines of the Boom Boom Room, Interview Magazine hosted flaxen-haired stunner Oh Land, no stranger to the top of the Standard, who performed to an audience of fashion’s glitterati. Wearing an all-white ensemble, complete with coordinating organza frock and Native American headdress, the singer crooned a full set from her recently released album while holding court on the electro-drums. Sprite and rather slender, the former ballerina gave us more reason to regret dropping out of dance class at the tender age of 7. Caught between the performance stage and an awkward mosh pit of badly behaving (probably) Goldman Sachs boys, Elle’s Kate Lanphear told us that she’s an Oh Land fan because, “I love anyone who wears sequins during the day.” Earlier in the afternoon, the songstress attended a bevy of resort shows in a custom Stine Goya pantsuit, covered in sparkling spiders.

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In the elite confines of the Boom Boom Room, Interview Magazine hosted flaxen-haired stunner Oh Land, no stranger to the top of the Standard, who performed to an audience of fashion’s glitterati. Wearing an all-white ensemble, complete with coordinating organza frock and Native American headdress, the singer crooned a full set from her recently released album while holding court on the electro-drums. Sprite and rather slender, the former ballerina gave us more reason to regret dropping out of dance class at the tender age of 7.

Caught between the performance stage and an awkward mosh pit of badly behaving (probably) Goldman Sachs boys, Elle’s Kate Lanphear told us that she’s an Oh Land fan because, “I love anyone who wears sequins during the day.” Earlier in the afternoon, the songstress attended a bevy of resort shows in a custom Stine Goya pantsuit, covered in sparkling spiders.

Beside Lanphear were Francophones Riccardo Tisci and Olivier Theyskens, both hot off their own resort presentations. Party girl Fabiola Beracasa in vintage Givenchy Couture only showed up because “I adore the views,” of the majestic space. Sadly, since the ‘Boom’ isn’t prone to dance parties, Oh Land’s electro pop beats were probably better suited to the savage-chic of next door’s Le Bain, but its picture-hungry participants made up for a lack of transgender rave.