Cee Lo Performs at Hugo Boss Circus Theme Celebration
This past Wednesday (July 20th) Hugo Boss, held a magnificent party at its headquarters rooftop overlooking the Hudson River. This revelation should come as no surprise to faithful readers; after all past celebrations have been as fun and very well document here. We loved last year’s party with performances from Robin Thicke and Janelle Monae, and we closed down the soiree for its Orange line, the year before.
This year, the chic retailer, managed to create an existing adventure for the people who attended the event. To change it up a bit, Hugo Boss, treated guests, who headed to the west side space, to a circus line atmosphere and we do love circuses theme parties. So obviously we enjoyed this one.
Scattered throughout the redecorated space were circus performers/acrobats, most of whom performed a series of body bending routines to the awe of attendees. To go in line with the theme waiters also passed flavored popcorns to accompany the spiked snow cones, and cotton candy machines. In addition to the circus treats and passed food which was passed around guests enjoyed an array of specialty cocktails and danced to the tunes of the DJ Cassidy and DJ Mel Derbarge; and those lucky few who waited (it was hot and crowded after all) heard a very special performance from Cee Lo. As big fans of the singer, we eagerly awaited his arrival in the front row and the wait was well worth it. The singers performed a medley of songs including “I Want You”, “Bright Lights Bigger City”, and “Forget You.”
And, with his performance the night (at least for us) kicked in high gear and we proceeded to dance the night away with a group of equally happy revelers. In addition to the specialty acts, other notable attendees included DJ M.O.S, Alex Lundqvist, Annie Starke, Anthony Mackie, Carson Kressley, Coco Rocha, Colman Domingo, Deidre Nesteruk, Emma Snowdon Jones, Fern Mallis (whom we shared the elevator with), Genevieve Jones, O’neal McKnight, Jeremy Kost, Lance Bass, Mia Moretti, Peter Davis and Phillip Bloch, Mark Brashear, and Lanita Layton.
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