Earlier this month MEFeater Magazine partnered with clothing brand Tier, CÎROC Ultra-Premium Vodka, and DeLeón Tequila for a fun and sexy NYFW kickoff party. The party was held at the SNS Bar in New York and played host to movers and shakers across multiple industries, and it brought out the most fashionable people in the city.
Notable attendees were Tink, Guapdad 4000, Kai Cash, Tone Stith, TJ Atoms, Ashley Darby, and Cleotrapa to name a few. As guests danced the night away and celebrated the kickoff of New York’s biggest events, they enjoyed specially-curated cocktails with new CÎROC Passion, CÎROC Vodka, and DeLeón Tequila Blanco.
Started in New York, MEFeater magazine is known for throwing events that are vibrant, groundbreaking, and for the culture. MEF’s NYFW parties are always at the epicenter of New York culture. Recently, the company produced its first-ever fashion show in February during NYFW called Galentines.
Galentines is a celebration of women and female empowerment, with innovative and talented female designers ranging from Laurel DeWitt to Rupal Banerjee. The show brought out “the who’s who” of New York, with celebrities such as Cleotrapa, NLE Choppa, and Aaliyah Jay in attendance.
MEFeater Magazine is a solely black-owned magazine spearheaded by young Titan Gabrielle Amani. The publication is also the only mother-daughter-run publication in the US. MEFeater was created to celebrate and recognize underrepresented voices.
The Magazine’s unique point of view connects the deeply intertwined worlds of music, entertainment, and fashion. MEFeater has produced covers and editorials for heavy hitters in the industry, such as Saucy Santana, Jayda Cheaves, and Lynn Whitfield. They’ve worked on various campaigns for Nike, Sephora, MTV, and Rolling Loud.
Tier is a clothing brand founded in 2014 by Nigeria Ealey, Esaïe Jean Simon, and Victor James. Their brand coined the motto “Art Never Dies” to symbolize the ever changing growth of creativity when projected to the world and the ideology of using fashion as a vehicle to express themselves individually.
Main Image: Photographer Julian White