Jeremy Scott's Fashion Week after-party (slide show)

Designer Jeremy Scott's post-runway-show shindig filled Le Bain with a kooky, chromatic crowd.

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We suppose that there are lots of people going to actual fashion shows during Fashion Week—at least, we see a lot of celebrities we’ve never heard of talking about how genius this or that designer is when we turn on NY1. But for a lot of people, Fashion Week mainly means parties, and Jeremy Scott—he of the brightly-hued, pop-culture informed end of the fashion spectrum, whose Fall 2013 collection was monikered "Too Weird to Live Too Rare to Die"—held a particular rockin’ one on Wednesday, February 13th at Le Bain, with the Misshapes, Mazurbate (Matthew Mazur) and Frankie Sharp spinning the tunes.

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