On Saturday, January 10th, DuJour magazine’s Jason Binn, along with Co-Editor in Chief Nicole Vecchiarelli hosted a special event in honor of Lupita Nyong’o, Golden Globe nominee and cover of DuJour’s Great Performances issue. Held at the Herringbone at the Mondrian, many celebs were in attendance to celebrate including Steve McQueen, Theo Kingma, Michelle Dockery, Mira Sorvino, Joy Bryant, Uzo Aduba, Rocsi Diaz, Kendrick Sampson, Kit Harington, Kate Mulleavy, Laura Mulleavy, Megan Ellison, Alfonso Cuarón, Natasha Henstridge, Thora Birch, Marlon Wayons, Perry Farrell, Kathy & Rick Hilton, Jason Binn, Nicole Vecchiarelli, and more.
Dressed in a lovely printed jersey fit and flare dress by Mary Katrantzou, she accessorized with a Paul Andrew pump, Jamie Wolf ring, Dana Rebecca Designs earrings, and a Sophia Webster clutch. I love that she isn’t afraid to wear color and prints and looks fabulous doing it!
I wasn’t able to attend the event, but my friend James Jolly went on my behalf and grabbed a great photo with her!
About DuJour: DuJour is a quarterly lifestyle publication for the highly affluent, chronicling the vibrant worlds of the wealthiest and most inspiring subjects in the world. The magazine, available in print to an audience of 250,000, online at http://www.dujour.com, and mobile to members of Gilt Groupe, the ground-breaking retail site, and at Hudson Media newsstands in select markets nationally. Distribution amounts to a controlled circulation of over three million. Created by Jason Binn, DuJour amasses the talents of Co-editors-in-chief Keith Pollock and Nicole Vecchiarelli and a brilliant roster of editors, writers, stylists and photographers. DuJour brings to the forefront stories about fashion, design, food, travel, art, politics et al., with local-market focuses, issue to issue. Awards include: Ad Week 2013 Hot List Reader’s Choice – Hottest Newcomer, Min – Editorial & Design Awards 2013 – Best Launch (Print), Min – Editorial & Design Awards 2013 – Best Website, 2012 Webby Award for Best Home/Welcome Page, and The Folio: 100.