GOOD NIGHT AND GOOD LUCK: There is never a dearth of parties during fashion week, but this season there will be one less venue to book. As of Jan. 13, The Double Seven will wind up its velvet rope and shutter its doors — at least temporarily. The building at 418 West 14th Street has been sold and all tenants, including shops Poleci and Esthete, have been forced to vacate. “We’re not excited to close; it’s one of our favorite venues we’ve ever built,” says co-owner Will Regan. So now those unofficial late-night meetings among the fashion flock will have to take place elsewhere — that is, until late March, when the lounge will reopen in a larger location within blocks of the original. All the furnishings will be transferred to the new space and a short snack menu will be added to appease partiers’ midnight munchies. “I think that the area around Gansevoort [Street] is a more appropriate block for The Double Seven,” Regan says. “It’s sexier than 14th Street, with the cobblestones, and it’s off the beaten track.” There are also discussions to open The Double Seven in Brazil and London.