“Bodies Bodies Bodies,” the Gen Z satirical slasher movie, held an out of doors screening in Brooklyn’s Fort Greene Park on Aug. 2. Moviegoers braved the humid climate in short-shorts and crop tops and sprawled out on A24-branded blankets. It was adopted by chilly cocktails and paletas on the Kings County Distillery.
The Shed held a gap occasion on Aug. 3 for Tiona Nekkia McClodden’s exhibition on modern Black dance, “The Trace of an Implied Presence.” The present, created in partnership with Nike, introduced out a much less button-down crowd to Hudson Yards.
And Internet-a-Porter and Ralph Lauren held a backyard occasion at a personal home in Water Mill, N.Y. David Lauren and Lauren Bush Lauren, who had been among the many hosts, wore their namesake model — naturally.
“I wore a tan three-piece set I found at a thrift store. I live for sustainable fashion and styling myself on a budget. I got the entire outfit for less than $25.” — Tomás Matos at “Bodies Bodies Bodies”
“I went to review my membership at the Shed, and they told me I had to come to this event tonight. They said I had a great look. That’s how it happens in New York.” — Michael Anthony Pegues on the Shed
“Guys, I know this is a scary movie. But it’s also a little slutty, OK? It’s a little funny and it’s a little party.” — Rachel Sennott, a star of “Bodies Bodies Bodies”
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