Model Nina Agdal (Credit: Joe Schildhorn/BFA.com)

Reuniting for the first time in a year, luxury fashion and beauty company NET-A-PORTER, alongside menswear partner MR. PORTER, hosted an intimate dinner at the Crow’s Nest in Montauk, New York on July 22. Hosted by president of NET-A-PORTER, Alison Loehnis, the gathering was full of the brand’s fashion friends and family, where spicy margaritas and locally sourced fare were on the menu.

Since it’s launch in June of 2000, NET-A-PORTER as a brand offers a portfolio of fashions ranging from coveted luxury, designer brands including fine watches and jewelry from brands such as Gucci, Chloe, Balenciaga, Saint Laurent, Isabel Marant, Prada, and Stella McCartney, to over 200 beauty brands that meet every need for a modern women’s closet and vanity. The company boasts an initiative that emphasizes and promotes the next generation of fashion talent.

Joseph D’Angelo, Mireya D’Angelo (Credit: Joe Schildhorn/BFA.com)

Through an initiative titled NET SUSTAIN, the fashion company takes a stand to ensure that their brand is sustainable in both environmental impact and social impact. Through this work, NET-A-PORTER works so that the product they produce is ethical, sourced from emerging and fresh talent, and seeks to please a modern sensibility that keeps up with an ever-changing world and fashion market.

Guests at the NET-A-PORTER event included American model Jacquelyn Jablonski, Danish model Nina Agdal and photographer Sophie Elgort among many other distinguished guests. Guests had drinks and a meal on a lush, green landscape under daylight and as the sun set, the grounds were illuminated by warm fairy lights under various wooden canopies.

Wes Gordon, Laura Brown, Alison Loehnis, Francisco Costa (Credit: Joe Schildhorn/BFA.com))

The gathering also promoted MR. PORTER, the company’s menswear line which launched in 2011. The collection for MR. PORTER can be viewed both digitally and in print form through the publication The Journal, a bi-monthly newspaper. In 2019, MR. PORTER launched an initiative called Health In Mind, centered around promoting and advocating for men’s mental and physical health.

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