"Street Level" book release @ Clic Gallery and "Pop Is Dead" party @ BoConcept...SoHo


Last night I went to the opening reception and book release party for Street Level: New York Photographs 1987-2007 by celebrated photographer Sue Kwon at the Clic Gallery on Broome Street. Guests—a hip downtown crowd of friends and fans—were packed wall-to-wall to check out Kwon's classic black and whites on exhibit and snatch up a signed copy of her book. Kwon's images capture 'only-in New York' life spanning over 20 years. The exhibit is up until Oct. 4th, so if you're in New York I highly recommend checking it out.

Fashionable guests...

 Loved the Christian Dior shoes

The scene

Photographer Sue Kwon

 A few images from the book

A few blocks away on Greene Street, BoConcept—the Denmark-based uber-urban furniture design store—hosted "Pop is Dead", a themed party that, admittedly, I'm still not totally clear on. Regardless, it was a fun-filled evening that included people in costume (think Michael Jackson, Elvis, Marylin Monroe...that part I got),  live art installations and  pink cocktails complimentary of Nuvo.

What a beauty. I absolutely love her look...

 ...and her shoes

Her Vera Wang necklace was stunning—a true statement piece

What a rockstar. I asked her if I could take her picture and this is what she gave me. I love a girl who knows how to work it for the camera.

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