Most spotted at parties – WWD
Sure, there were rallies in the East this summer, but fall in New York City was truly the return of socializing – and party planners made up for lost time. There were more event invitations than ever before, and WWD has to give credit to this season’s most ubiquitous faces, the ones who everywhere we showed up and seemed to never tire of the fashion holiday circuit. .
The sacred face of this fall? Tommy Dorfmann. Whether it’s a fashion show (Coach, Michael Kors), a night out (Miu Miu Club, Ami’s buyout in New York, Chanel’s No.5 celebration) or on a more formal evening (the CFDA Awards, the ABT gala, the Golden Heart Awards, the WSJ Innovator Awards), Dorfman was ready and brought great energy with her to every event (a blessing for the photographers at the party). Dorfman has been on the fashion scene for a long time, but after this fall she’s a staple.
Next on the ubiquity list is Ella Emhoff, a relatively unknown name this time around last year but after this fall season one of the most familiar faces in the fashion world. Vice President Kamala Harris’s daughter-in-law, the Parsons graduate stole the show in her Miu Miu coat at Biden’s inauguration in January, and her love for fashion came true soon after. This fall, she was seen at the Thom Browne Show, The Met Ball, Marc Jacobs Bergdorf Party, WSJ Awards, Miu Miu Club Party, and the Friend bash.
Ziwe, who erupted during the pandemic with his viral interviews, was also very present. WWD spotted her most recently on Zoom for Neiman Marcus’ White Elephant Party, and earlier in the season at the Miu Miu Party (if you can’t tell now, the Miu Miu Club party was in full swing. party a celebration of ‘It’ girls), reading Emily Ratajkowski’s book at Tory Burch’s, Coach night and Neiman’s NYFW cocktail party.
And how could we leave the cast of “Gossip Girl”? Since the reboot aired over the summer, its cast members have been prominent on the New York scene (as is very fitting). From the Met Ball for Jordan Alexander to the CFDA Awards for Evan Mock, they’ve been busy.
We wish all of our favorite ubiquiters a Happy New Year – get ready for 2022!