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We were there: girlNATIONnyc Valentine's Soiree

Party girls helped the long-running bash settle into its new home.

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Last week's wasn't just any old girlNATIONnyc soiree; it was a special Valentine's Day edition (so love was in the air—even more than usual) and also the long-running girl party's debut at its new home, Bread & Tulips. The one and only Rosie O'Donnell was among the revelers who helped break in the venue, girlNATION-style.

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