Downtown chic-lets swanned into West Village eatery Bobo Wednesday night for an intimate dinner honoring Palm Beach jewelry brand Lavande and its founder Tracy Smith. Karen Elson and Sarah Sophie Flicker hosted guests including Jennifer Missoni, Arden Wohl, Tara Subkoff, Todd Eberle, Tabitha Simmons and Olivia Chantecaille—most of whom had made a stop by the Lavande studio earlier in the day to choose some baubles for the affair.
Per usual, most women were unaccompanied by their significant others, though Celerie Kemble noted that her husband Boykin Curry could have been persuaded to attend since he "likes the idea of costume jewelry."
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