For us to say that you missed the party of Art Basel would feel like we are bragging. Vogue said it best: "Throwing an event on the final night of festivities meant there would be a lot to live up to. But leave it to What Goes Around Comes Around, the fashion world’s favorite vintage hot spot, to rise to the occasion." True, the "raucous" party was indeed at capacity with celebrities, long-time supporters, and special guests and "everywhere you turned, there were Medusa motifs, leopard prints, and satin bomber jackets." Also, true -- "when the DJ played the Migos song “Versace,” the courtyard became a massive dance floor." However, there were a few other things you missed.
The Victoria Secret model graced our presence sans the wings which proves there are angels on earth and they like Versace.
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Many of our guests showed up selfie-ready because they didn't know who, like Cuba Gooding Jr. here, would pop by the mansion.
Collectible. Rare. Iconic. That's how we describe the 18 looks in the Gianni Versace Retrospective and 150 vintage Versace pieces we collected for our special capsule collection of his work. This 90s runway jacket features Byzantine influences in the form of heavily embellished crosses and jewel-tone beading. A similar style jacket was also featured at The Metropolitan Museum's 'Heavenly Bodies' Exhibition, amongst other Catholic-inspired designer pieces.
We were excited to partner with Bentley Motors for our 25th anniversary event. The esteemed brand still hand builds the finest luxury performance cars in the world and will be celebrating its 100th year in 2019. Parked outside of the event were two custom one-of-a-kind Bentleys that exemplified Bentley's commitment to luxury and their acute attention to the finest details.
Who could pull off an event like this, you ask? What Goes Around Comes Around co-founder Seth Weisser, editor, entrepreneur, and philanthropist Erica Zohar, and co-founder Gerard Maione. Who wouldn't want to shut down Art Basel with a few of their fashionable friends like supermodel Helena Christiensen, mega-influencers, and fashion and art insiders. Next year, will you be on the list?