local premiere of Knuckleball!,
the new doc that follows the corkscrewing career paths of former Red Sox
pitcher Tim Wakefield and current Mets pitcher R.A. Dickey, a crowd gathered at
the Royal Rooters Club inside an eerily empty Fenway Park. The scene was a
lively mix of Red Sox diehards, a few lucky kids out for a night with their equally
excited parents, and a fair share of Boston
movers and shakers. Guests mingled amid the memorabilia - a 1934 opening-day
ticket, a Ted Williams baseball cap, and the 2004 and 2007 World Series
trophies, just to name a few - and noshed on Fenway favorites like classic
franks and pretzels (with their choice of mustard, of course).
Olivia Moravec, writer
We loved Olivia's fearless look. She hit it out of the park in a vintage leather skirt, a Zara top, and
skyscraper-high Aldo platforms.
Crediting a black palette and
lots of leather as her go-tos, she describes her style as edgy. But she's got a
girly side, too. "I think how you wear your hair and do your makeup really make
your look." Case in point: her face-framing French-braid headband.
Not surprisingly, she
is most excited for fall's
darker-tinged trends: "Baroque style and leather!"
reputation for being overly
conservative - this Texas
native finds the scene open-minded and adventurous. "I like to take a lot of chances,
and in Boston
style opens up a lot more."
For more photos of this party, go to thephoenix.com/parties.