Gucci Revives Bungalow 8 for Big name-Studded Celebration
Over the weekend, Gucci celebrated the outlet of its unused boutique within the Meatpacking District of Brandnew York Town with a slew of star-studded visitors. Reminiscent of the group’s colourful nightlight, the luxury house revived Bungalow 8 for one utmost hurrah.
The enduring membership used to be the Studio 54 of the early 2000s, identified for its unique nature and A-Lister frequenters that integrated Paris Hilton, George Clooney, Naomi Campbell or even Invoice Clinton. Although it closed its doorways for just right in 2009, Gucci collaborated with its founder Amy Sacco to recreate the Indie-Sleaze glam in all its former glory.
From the velvet partitions and Cosmopolitan cocktails to the palm tree prints and striped couches, it used to be the last throwback for unused and presen revelers.
Visitors of the home integrated Alexa Chung, Sienna Miller, Idris and Sabrina Elba, Iman, Georgia Fowler, Phoebe Bridgers, Christopher Meloni, Cara Delevingne, Leonardo DiCaprio, Karen Elson, Jessica Wang and enough extra — all clad in Gucci, in fact.
Beneath, one of the most night’s very best dressed.