Shindigs at BAR NANÁ: InStyle Magazine & Alice Smith!
2.11.2014

Afternoon y’all!

Last Wednesday, I attended an intimate InStyle Magazine event in honor of New York Fashion Week with a very special performance by Alice Smith. The event was held at Bar Naná in the Meatpacking District in Manhattan. The guest DJ was Beverly Bond, so the soundscape was absolute to go along with appetizing cocktails. There were many notable moments that evening; good friends celebrating new beginnings, Alice’s upward growth in music and media, and simply taking a few hours to enjoy good company. Seeing that I work and play in music, it’s one of my supreme activities to take pleasure in on the regular.

During the course of the evening, there were down to earth influencers from different industries, and overall stylish people filling the space. Above all, we smiled, listened, laughed, danced, and drank cocktails on repeat! I thought it would be refreshing to share some highlights via video and photographs from that lovely evening. Just so you know, I dig sharing snapshots of life with fellow music lovers, style junkies, stimulation seekers and givers. Enjoy the goodness below!

Alice Smith delivers a moving and seductive interpretation of Dreams by Fleetwood Mac. The band was so tight!

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This emerald green Dolce & Gabbana number Alice rocked! Pure honey.

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Be sure to check out Alice’s spread in the February issue of InStyle Magazine.

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Tracee Ellis Ross posed it up for me real quick. Dark lighting and a couple of drinks created the blur. Ah, still super sassy and cute!

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The darling Cappy Quisia (and a cute back shot of TER’s hair + dress).

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Jay N. killed the drums that night!

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Mr. Cool Ass Adasko.

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Fly Guy Chaney.

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The crew reaction to Alice’s solid performance!

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Photograph with the ladies. Those darn drinks were everywhere! O_o

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Bethann Hardison & Alice shaking a tail feather! Too cute.

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Smiles with Jodine, Mollie & friend.

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Just because grids are fun and my brain operates that way. This was another good night in New York City! The End.