the second year, Fashion's Night Out closed Newbury Street to cars, lit the Pru up
pink, and drew thousands to boutiques normally quiet by night. Throwing one of
our last blowouts under the STUFF banner before the launch of the
magazine you hold in your hands, we kept the party going at Boylston Street spot Forum, where guests
sipped Svedka cocktails and talked style.
Alexander, fashion designer
girl who can pull off military garb and a Louis Vuitton bag at once is one we
want to know. Dianellie paired a repurposed army jacket, H&M leggings, and
Jeffrey Campbell platforms to perfection.
"Rough and rugged is me. I feel like myself in pants," said the self-taught
designer behind ready-to-wear line Demand Di. "I don't feel comfortable in
loves clothes with a story, like vintage pieces and designs made from offbeat materials. She'd
seen the latter that night at a Copley
Place fashion show, where she fell hard for an
outfit made entirely of paper clips. Dianellie, we hear Project Runway
For more photos of this party, go to thephoenix.com/parties.