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Last Night's Party: Hilary Rhoda, Tinsley, Byrdie, And More At Intermix's Roof-Top Concert

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    The temp sucked balls last night, so our first thought was retreating to our bedrooms, turning on the AC to 60, and re-watching some True Blood. Around 7p.m., though, we had a second wind. Some of us ended up at the Avon/Black Eyed Peas party, some peeps went to Hot Chip, and our New York Editor ended up on a Chelsea roof to celebrate summer with Intermix. What made the party so genius, besides performances by Locksley and Deluka, and a DJ set by Chrissie Miller (watch for her Hamptons' weekend diary on Monday), was the many, many, many Pop Burgers on hand. While we chowed down on the mini-buns, we also caught up with Tinsley Mortimer (with a super-cute by in tow), Yigal Azrouël, and Intermix owner Khajak Keledijian. Also on hand to add some fashionable flare were Derek Blasberg, Rag & Bone's Marcus Wainwright and David Neville, Philip Crangi, Giuseppe Zanotti, and design duo Robert Tagliapietra and Jeffrey Costello. A certain someone stuffed some pop burgers into their backpack when no one was looking. We swear, it wasn't us...

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