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Pizza, Booze, Beats: BOXeight Knows How to Party

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This past Friday, BOXeight and PROPR threw an impressive fashion bash that had attendees lined up outside the doors of DTLA's BOXeight studio. Complete with a photobooth, nail art station and tarot card readings, the "Never Grow Up" themed soiree drew a packed crowd of models, hipsters and bloggers that would rather count calories at the snack bar than miss out on beer-infused cupcakes.

Various artists emerged from the upstairs VIP area throughout the night to perform short sets on the outside patio. The lineup, which included Honor Society, Roy English, Sirah and The Summer Set, was the only thing that moved the crowd from the heated studio space to the chilly LA air, aside from an occasional smoking break.

When guests weren't dancing in corners or waiting in line for the open bar, they were picking out dresses inside the Lily White and As U Wish sponsored gift lounge. Although Angelenos love to take home swag, nothing disappeared faster than the pizza that sporadically came out in boxes during the evening, proving they like to eat, too.
· BOXeight [Official Site]
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