Nearby, the RB sister duo Chloe x Halle were getting ready to perform. They wore slip dresses by Peter Do, accessorized with bedazzled Bulgari headwear. They weren’t sure if they would get to keep the jewelry.
Vaccination cards were more closely checked the following night at Saks Fifth Avenue, which held a party at L’Avenue, its ninth floor restaurant. Paris Hilton arrived in a dark Escalade around 10 p.m. and was whisked upstairs.
The dance floor was packed, few had on masks, and one of the most recognizable people in the room, aside from the actress Sarah Paulson, was a mainstay on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” whose very name is a source of confusion.
It used to be Jonathan Cheban, but now he goes by Foodgod. “I had it changed legally,” he said, decked out in a vintage Aerosmith T-shirt and a large sparkly necklace that read, “Foodgod.”
“Kanye designed it for me,” added Foodgod, who arrived from Nobu 57, where he had been treated to a series of caviar-drenched dishes. “It was awesome!” he said, as a sea of people behind him raised their phones to record Ms. Hilton D.J.
The anthem of the evening, played shortly before performances by Kim Petras and G-Eazy, was “I Love It,” a pop song about unabashed hedonism. (Sample lyrics: “I crashed my car into the bridge, I watched, I let it burn. I don’t care. I love it.”)
Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/14/fashion/nyfw-party-lorde-kacey-musgraves.html