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Jeremy Scott and MAC Cosmetics Host Eighties Neon Party at Public Arts

Jeremy Scott and MAC Cosmetics Host Eighties Neon Party at Public Arts
From WWD - February 9, 2018

Its not a Jeremy Scott party if there isnt some combination of sweat and neon.

Following Scotts show on Thursday night, Public Arts took on the form of the Eighties New York skylinein neon lighting. At the door, light up shutter shades were passed out like some kind of survival kit. The few who got them held on to them fiercely as they drank, danced and competed against one another in rounds of Dance Dance Revolution.

The party was held in celebration of Scotts latest collaboration with MAC Cosmetics. Inspired by Eighties New York, Nineties supermodels and just about anything else related to music, the collection consists of eye shadows, blushes, bronzers and lipstick palettes, all of which come in either boom box, mix tape or CD packaging. In keeping with the Eighties and music themes, Scott had selected Ssion, a musical act from his home state of Kansas, as the headliner, with Sita Abellan holding court at the DJ booth immediately after.

As VIPs like Kehlani, Keke Palmer, Serayah, Jasmine Sanders, Dilone, Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele, Jackie Cruz, Winnie Harlow, Draya Michele and the man of the hourclad in a metallic harnesstrickled in, Ssionscreamed and gyrated on the stage next to dancers wearing high-cut bodysuits. The performance culminated in a loud boom: an explosion of red metallic confetti that was like a spiritual experience for the young ravers on the dance floor.

Upstairs, in the private VIP room, Palmer and Serayah chatted by the bar. Palmer said she had missed Scotts show due to rehearsals for her upcoming appearance on MTVs Wild n Out. Her fashion week schedule is show-heavy, and though shes eager to see new designs, shes more focused on what her peers are wearing.

Im looking to be inspired, she said. I love fashion week, not just the shows, but getting to see what everybody else is bringing to the shows, what everybody else is wearing and what their aesthetic will be for this fashion week. Its a fun time to be creative.

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