A night of high-fashion and hospitality

Naomi Campbell returned to the box, the site of the “High Performance” video.

Model Martha Hunt chatted with artists Maxwell (left) and Maluma (right). “I really like to work out with a trainer—we do mobility work, strength training, and Pilates.”

Model Alton Mason took in the rooftop views. His go-to focus at the gym? “All chest.”

Guests enjoyed libations like watermelon agua fresca and the “bitter truth” cocktail made with tequila, citrus, aloe, and cactus honey.

Delicate snacks like green lettuce ribs topped with avocado, nuts, seeds and New England crab puffs with ginger aioli provided sustenance. The event was catered by Stephen Starr, who will spearhead the dining and bar programs at the Equinox Hotel.

Jenny Walton (left), fashion director of The Sartorialist, pictured with Equinox’s Karina Sokolovsky (center), attended the event with her sister, Betty (right). Walton’s most anticipated show of New York Fashion Week, she said, was Marc Jacobs.

Jonathan Cheban, also known as Foodgōd, caught up with basketball player Myles O’Neal.“I don’t work out,” he joked.

Cindy Ramirez-Fulton, founder of Chillhouse, loves to practice yoga. “The Vinyasa at [Equinox club] Printing House is my favorite.”

DJ Fat Tony was resolute on his choice of workout music: “house music, every time.”

An infectious energy spread throughout the room as partygoers hit the impromptu dance floor fueled by thumping beats. As the Champagne continued to circulate, the evening showed no signs of slowing down.

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