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Teen Vogue’s Holiday Soiree

Young girls in cocktail frocks showed their party dedication Thursday night, braving a torrential downpour and blustery winds to attend a Teen Vogue event.

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Young girls in cocktail frocks showed their party dedication Thursday night, braving a torrential downpour and blustery winds to attend a Teen Vogue sponsored shopping event at the 57th Street Louis Vuitton store. As the tween crowd enjoyed apple cider  “mocktails” and makeovers and manicures at Sephora stations on the boutique’s second floor, WWD caught up with a few of the starlets in attendance to find out their holiday traditions.

“I’m going to Toronto to hang out with my dogs,” said Alison Pill. “My dad is Estonian and every year we make a kringel [a sweet bread]. How well it turns out predicts how the rest of your year will go.”

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“I’m going to spend it with my family in England and have my first Christmas with my husband [Max Drummey],” said Peaches Geldof. “Right now my house in Williamsburg is all Christmas-ed out. I love a little sprinkling of cheese.”

“I have Christmas at my grandma’s house in Wisconsin,” said “Gossip Girl” Jessica Szohr. “She makes a cake that says ‘Happy Birthday Jesus’ on it and we all sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to Jesus.”

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