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NYFW Did Bushwick at This Calvin Klein and Dazed-Sponsored Wareouse Rave

The fashion world ubered out to the neighborhood from the Meatpacking District this past Saturday night for a party celebrating the "creatives shaping youth culture" (that is to say, 100 of them selected by Dazed Magazine), and all of New York Media was there to document it in all of its dramatically dark-lipsticked glory

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The fashion world ubered out to the neighborhood from the Meatpacking District this past Saturday night for a party celebrating the "creatives shaping youth culture" (that is to say, 100 of them selected by Dazed Magazine), and all of New York Media was there to document it in all of its dramatically dark-lipsticked glory.

Fashion house Calvin Klein, whose iconic underwear design had a moment in the 90s and is consequently having another moment now that the 90s are having a moment, partnered with British style magazine Dazed (formerly Dazed and Confused) to throw the party; the 100 people from their list were presumably invited.

People who were definitely in attendance include Zoe Kravitz, Zachary Quinto, Twin Shadow, IconaPop and Kelela, who was one of the big performing acts of the night (no word on whether Miley popped in sans shirt as she has done before at Bushwick fashion week bashes). Lots of models were there, and a lot of people were wearing Calvin Klein underwear under their fur coats (remember, temperatures were in the single digits on Saturday!).

If you want to take a look at party photos, don't worry: Vogue, The New York Times, The New York Observer, Out Magazine and WWD all snapped a couple of shots for the memories. If you find yourself getting feeling some fomo as you flip through, remember: it was really, really cold out.

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