LOS ANGELES, CA - APRIL 03: (L-R) Actors Matthew Gray Gubler, Dianna Agron, and Darren Criss attend Vogue's 'Triple Threats' dinner hosted by Sally Singer and Lisa Love at Goldie's on April 3, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Donato Sardella/WireImage)
Celebrating a New Video Series in L.A.
by Jessica Kantor | photographed by Donato Sardella
Last night a steady stream of guests packed into Goldie’s on West Third Street in Los Angeles for an intimate dinner to fete the upcoming launch of the Triple Threat video series on Vogue.com. The new restaurant quickly filled with the likes of Ethan Peck, Agyness Deyn, and Tallulah Harlech, who were joined by Jennifer Meyer, Poppy Delevingne, and CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund winner Greg Chait, and soon there was barely room to stand. The cozy seating arrangements only made the mood livelier, though. “How about I sit there?” teased the triply talented singer-dancer-actress Alison Brie, cheekily pointing to a middle bench seat across one of the picnic-like tables before climbing over Brittany Snow and shimmying her way in between Chord Overstreet and Olivia Munn.
“It’s a real pleasure to be in L.A. with everyone I love,” said Vogue’s Creative Digital Director Sally Singer, who flew in from New York to join West Coast Director Lisa Love in cohosting the occasion, which Singer explained was equal parts a celebration of the three “super-talented” actresses Anna Kendrick, Dianna Agron, and Brie, who star in the music clips, which were directed by Vogue.com contributor Jacob Brown, as well as a toast to the videos’ sartorial theme and L.A. style staple—denim. As China Chow pulled a light blue jean Theyskens’ Theory bomber jacket over her shoulders, Irene Neuwirth and Jessica de Ruiter debated their favorite denim looks: vintage for Neuwirth vs high-waisted Acne Studios for de Ruiter. Kirsty Hume’s favorite way to wear jeans? “Every day!” announced the model with a broad smile, and Nikki Reed, whose various talents include singing, acting, writing, directing, producing, and now designing (she launched her jewelry line, Matlin Era, four months ago) declared her favorite look, “a denim shirt buttoned up with a cute necklace under the collar.” Sounds like the perfect uniform for a real-life exponential threat.
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