If there are two things New Yorkers love, it’s shoes and a dinner party. Thankfully, those things came together at a special evening hosted by Manolo Blahnik in the West Village on Wednesday. The world-famous footwear brand transformed Bleecker Street’s Saint Theo’s into an intimate salon-style space to celebrate the latest addition to its digital archives, The Craft Room, inviting guests to experience it via VR headsets ahead of a delectable family-style meal.
The evening also saw a hair-tingling performance by singer Rainey Qualley, who enthralled attendees with a special set of covers that are among Mr. Blahnik’s personal favorites (think: hits by Willie Nelson and Robyn) and her
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