Last night at the Metropolitan Pavilion, every young socialite who resides in the city gathered to congratulate Andrew Warren on his latest collection. The presentation’s guest list included Warren’s best friends Gaia Matisse, Reya Benitez and Tiffany Trump, and they were all dressed in his creations. “A mystical forest themed collection is what I went for,” Warren told the Observer, pointing to the cotton candy trees and vines, perfect for selfies. “Last collection I did New York City ‘it’ girl and my muse for it was Kyra Kennedy. I haven’t really found a muse that’s a person for this one, it was more just the mystical forest and Cher Horowitz from Clueless.”
“I tried to do a day-to-night vibe,” Warren explained. “Especially for summer, in the Hamptons. You can wear it to town, you can be on the beach, you can go to the event.” Warren’s Instagram famous friends agreed. “I feel like the collection is very fresh, it’s very playful, very summery, it’s something New York girls would wear, it’s not costume,” said Ezra William.
Even Instagram influencers who aren’t part of the Snap Pack wanted to get in on the action. Sisters Girl With No Job and Jackie O Problems were milling about for a few minutes. Former NYC Prep star (who announced this fact) P.C. Peterson was on hand. Food blogger Barron Hilton, Kyle Bryan of EJNYC, and singer Justine Skye were all nearby.
And Tiffany Trump and mom Marla Maples were wearing coordinating black and white. “The butterfly print is just so new and innovative,” Tiffany exclaimed sincerely. “He always brings a perfect blazer. I’ll just throw it on to look a little more sophisticated, wear it to the office,” she added. She wears his clothes everywhere, “from right now to in the classroom at Penn.”
“He still has the staples that create that Just Drew aesthetic,” Tiffany said about his current ultra-feminine collection, explaining that he’s inspired by “New York, LA, his friends…He’s always been the best friend to me, and all of us have really had good influences on each other when it comes to design. Everyone dresses very different, but somehow he’s been able to pull everything together and create a line out of all these different styles.”