The Clothes: A funny thing happened at The Hole yesterday. Adi Gil, Angela Donhauser, and Gabriel Asfour--who we've always loved for their conceptual exercises like cutting fractal patterns in leather or parading girls dressed in stringed instruments through the Saatchi & Saatchi HQ, say--showed clothes that were not only wearable, but wearable above 14th. Think athletic-inspired multicolor silk tunic dresses and Lycra leggings. But not everything was so straightforward. Said Adi of the billowing capes several models wore, "We're expressing aura--when you move you have this kind of vibration that has to do with the unseen energies of the human magnetic field."
The Hair & Makeup: One word: unibrows. They were purple. And totally chic.
The Soundtrack: Reassuringly un-Shazamable. Said the trio: "It was a remix we made in a collabration with Ben Brunnemer from the soundtrack of the Italian horror film Suspiria!"
The Vibe: Arty party.
The Front Row: No Yoko this season, but Sean Lennon and Cibo Matto lead singer Yuka Honda turned up, as did Waris Ahluwalia, Kyle DeWoody, Arden Wohl, and a couple of ineffably hip eight-year-olds.
Celeb We’d Most Like to See Wearing It: Sanya Richards-Ross! Tell us the insane mirrored platforms wouldn't look amazing with the heavy metal accessories the Olympian has been sporting this week at Lincoln Center.