17.03.2011. Obrazstova Street 19A, Moscow. They say Russia has a cold climate… As the clocks hit 10.30 pm, the party crowd came rushing in and here’s how they heated up the night…
Dance Art Garage Event in Moscow: What Happened?
Well, the event at Dance Art Garage organized by Dolce&Gabbana and Martini melted all the ice and brought some big time entertainment to the guests that were in a mood to dance to the beats of Pharrel. Swide team went to the event in order to share all the details with those of you who unfortunately couldn’t attend with them.
The garage was divided in two, with one part exclusive to the party and the other to the exhibition itself. John Maeda and Joshua Davis amazed the guests with their artistic talent and interactive installations. After this delightful touch of art, the party got started.
The place was full of waiters on rollerblades (how cool is that?), photographer boys with white bob-cut wigs taking paloroids of the guests, hostesses with colorful wigs (it’s all about big colorful, colorful hair in the end, don’t you agree?) that were sporting Dolce&Gabbana sunglasses…
Given that it was in Russia, it’s quite needless to say that everywhere you looked, you saw a beautiful girl. At some certain point, everybody was dancing like there was no tomorrow right below the dj booth. Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana had fun with the guests to the rhythms of Pharrel.
Oh well, I won’t even mention the amazing projections of the guests on great walls of the garage… You should’ve been there. Book your flight now for the future parties organized by Dolce&Gabbana and Martini there in Russia. You won’t regret.
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