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What Steve Martin, Sigourney Weaver and More Wore to Parties in NYC

As June ushered in warmer weather in New York City, guests at two garden-themed events left layers at home and wore their best florals.

On June 1, the New York Botanical Garden hosted its annual Conservatory Ball. Guests, who were driven in golf carts to the plaza outside the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, mingled over drinks, surrounded by glittery vulture sculptures that were part of the artist Ebony G. Patterson’s new installation at the garden. After cocktails, attendees made their way into the conservatory for dinner and dancing. The ball raised more than $1.3 million, according to organizers, and the guest list included Sigourney Weaver, a chair of the event.

A few days later, on June 6, under a haze of wildfire smoke, the Museum of Modern Art hosted a “Party in the Garden,” honoring the artists Barbara Chase-Riboud and Ed Ruscha as well as Marlene Hess, a board vice chair of MoMA, and Darren Walker, the president of the Ford Foundation. Artists, philanthropists and curators sipped drinks in the museum’s sculpture garden. After dinner, attendees danced to performances by MUNA, Romy, and Coco & Breezy.


Sigourney Weaver, a chair of the New York Botanical Garden Conservatory Ball, in a Pamella Roland suit.Credit…Jutharat Pinyodoonyachet for The New York Times
Amy Fine Collins in Thom Browne at the New York Botanical Garden Conservatory Ball.Credit…Jutharat Pinyodoonyachet for The New York Times


Shar Simpson wore an Act No. 1 suit to the New York Botanical Garden Conservatory Ball.Credit…Jutharat Pinyodoonyachet for The New York Times
Hayden Hosford went for an entirely yellow look at the New York Botanical Garden Conservatory Ball. She wore a Tony Ward dress, Dennis Basso jacket and a Roberto Cavalli purse.Credit…Jutharat Pinyodoonyachet for The New York Times
Shinobu Fujiwara Carr at the New York Botanical Garden Conservatory Ball, in a yukata made by her daughter’s boyfriend.Credit…Jutharat Pinyodoonyachet for The New York Times


Victor dE Souza in one of his own designs at the New York Botanical Garden Conservatory Ball.Credit…Jutharat Pinyodoonyachet for The New York Times
Lamont Wray wore a D’IYANU suit and jewelry from his own brand, Lamont Wray Handmade, to the New York Botanical Garden Conservatory Ball.Credit…Jutharat Pinyodoonyachet for The New York Times


Leonie Curtis, who accessorized her glasses with clip-on earrings, embraced rhinestones at the New York Botanical Garden Conservatory Ball.Credit…Jutharat Pinyodoonyachet for The New York Times

Clockwise from top left: Michael Chuapoco in Pierre-Louis Mascia and Crocs; Alayah Glenn in a Fashion Nova dress and ASOS pants; Oded Halahmy; and Daryl Stewart in Marco Hall at MoMA.


Steve Martin wearing an outfit put together by Dana Covarrubias, a costume designer for “Only Murders in the Building.”Credit…Jutharat Pinyodoonyachet for The New York Times


Clockwise from top left: Juan Pablo Guaracao in a Saint Laurent top and Gucci glasses; Derica Cole Washington in a Rochas dress; Jessi Engda and Yolande Heijnen in vintage at MoMA.
Accra Shepp in a bespoke shirt he bought in Indonesia.Credit…Jutharat Pinyodoonyachet for The New York Times


Clockwise from top left: Bryant Von Woodson in a Bobblehaus dress and Keyaira Boone in a dress from Gabriella Karefa-Johnson’s collaboration with Target; Alex Rejaee in a Bode shirt; Aaron Laporte in a Bandit Studioz hat; and Erin Mull in Dior at the MoMA.

The Most Dressed features great outfits from up, down and all around town.

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