Last night, the Maison Margiela boutique at 1 Crosby Street in New York's SoHo neighborhood became a clubhouse for fashionable friends. Cultured's founder and editor-in-chief Sarah Harrelson and Maison Margiela's CEO, North America Laura Dubin-Wander celebrated actor, model, filmmaker and fashion designer Chloë Sevigny and her husband Siniša Mačković, director of Karma gallery in New York, with a who's who bash. Over a delicious three-course dinner by chef Catherine Rojas paired with wines from Discovery Wines, attendees including Dev Hynes, Tina Leung, Ezra J William, Sarah Hoover, Hari Nef and Cultured Young Artists List alum Dese Escobar mixed and mingled in their best looks. The party continued into the night as guests gossiped and swapped stories of events past and plans for the future, not wanting to depart.
A lush floral tablescape by Michael Collins Decor set the stage for a night of revelry and when guests eventually piled into cabs home, they did so with a special treat: Replica candles by the Maison. Kicked off at the party and running through February 20, a portion of sales at the Crosby Street Maison Margiela shop will go to the Hetrick-Martin Institute, the oldest and largest nonprofit serving LGBTQIA+ youth in the United States. Since 1979, the organization has supported more than 2,000 at-risk youth ages 13 to 24 and their families each year from the New York area.