Paris Hilton, Mischa Barton & Lindsay Lohan (pictured) celebrated Nylon Magazine’s 11th Anniversary issue at Trousdale. Following a dinner presented by Volcom, the evening’s festivities continued at a private after party where Nicky Hilton, Mark Salling, Bridget Marquardt, Nick Zano, Haylie Duff, Tyler Hilton, Andrea Bowen and Ryan Rottman, among others, sipped on SVEDKA Vodka cocktails and danced well into the evening.
Kelly Bensimon, Nigel Barker, Robert Verdi and Hoda Kotb came out to preview the all new Sony Dash, an Internet app screen for the home at Donny Deutsch’s penthouse apartment in New York.
The New Jersey Nets cheerleaders had their season wrap party at Las Chicas Locas. The Hurt Locker star Anthony Mackie, tennis player James Blake, and singer Gavin Degraw were also spotted on the Chelsea lounge’s outdoor patio.
The 15th Annual Gen Art Film Festival kicked off Wednesday night at NYC’s Ziegfield Theater and the stars were out to toast the premiere of Happythankyoumoreplease starring Josh Radnor, who also wrote and directed the film. After the screening and a Q&A with Radnor and costars Kate Mara and Malin Akerman, the crowd headed over to The Park in Chelsea to keep the party going with Tequila Don Julio.
· Man of the evening Josh Radnor hung out in the VIP section all night but clearly didn’t take the title to heart. He fielded questions and praise from fans all night and even leaned over his booth to greet his admirers with a handshake.
· Kate Mara sipped a Don Julio cocktail at the after-party with an unidentified male by her side. After canoodling in the VIP section, the pair left hand in hand.
· The Hurt Locker star Anthony Mackie, currently starring on Broadway, was overheard at the Don Julio after-party telling a friend how much he loves his theater gig.
· Real Housewives of New Jersey‘s Danielle Staub must have more enemies than just her costars – three bodyguards hovered around her all night as she sipped Don Julio cocktails.
· Other celebs in attendance included Happythankyoumoreplease costars Zoe Kazan and Pablo Schreiber; fellow Gen Art Film Festival actors Carla Gugino and Tom Everett Scott; and of course Richie Rich, New York’s ever-present social fixture.