There were parties in the Hamptons, movie premieres, and art-exhibition openings — just another week in the city that never sleeps. Here’s what everyone wore.
Best Duo: Beyoncé and Jay-Z
Beyoncé and Jay-Z celebrated the release of her album at the Club
Renaissance party with friends and family. The couple kept it coordinated, wearing black and white, and Bey was wearing vintage attire inspired by the party’s location, Paradise Club.
Hostess With the Mostest: Remi Bader
Remi Bader is ready to party at the launch of her Remi x Revolve collaboration in this formfitting brown dress, which is part of the collection. She kept her look simple, ready to celebrate Revolve’s first extended-size collection.
Most Range: Serena Kerrigan
Queen of confidence Serena Kerrigan celebrated the Remi x Revolve launch in a faux-leather piece from the collection that she paired with a khaki shirt — an unlikely combo that just works.
Best All-White Look: Thomas Doherty
Thomas Doherty wore an all-white outfit to the friends-and-family screening of his new movie, The Invitation. Chic.
Best Accessories: Arden Wohl
Director Arden Wohl accessorized her retro floral dress with a headpiece, a David Yurman necklace, and rings at Ballroom Marfa’s Summer Party in the Hamptons. There’s a lot to appreciate in this outfit.
Best Coordination: Casey Fremont
Casey Fremont, the executive director of the Art Production Fund, wore this coordinated number to a lunch celebrating the “Another Justice: Us Is Them” exhibit at the Parrish Art Museum in the Hamptons. She is simple and sophisticated, accessorizing with a brown bag.
Best Feathers: Krystal Joy Brown
Actress Krystal Joy Brown is a baby-blue vision at the premiere of Power Book III: Raising Kanan.
Best Maxi Dress: Sophia Roe
Sophia Roe’s dress went perfectly with the beautiful backdrop at the Bergdorf Goodman and Linda Fargo celebration of Ulla Johnson in East Hampton. We love this pattern and the deep purple the chef whipped up.
Most Stylish Group: Tina Leung, Prabal Gurung, Laura Kim, and Phillip Lim
The “Slaysians” Tina Leung, Prabal Gurung, Laura Kim, and Phillip Lim looked cool as ever at the kickoff to the second annual Taste of Asia, a celebration that began last summer in support of Stop Asian Hate. My favorite parts of each outfit are their shoes.