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Ripped Abs, Dom Perignon, And Boozy Brunches: TGIF Party Pics!

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    We can stay out as late as we want. We can drink as much as we want. We don't have to worry about going to work in the same outfit as the day before if we happen to have a walk of shame. Okay, so that last part isn't as applicable (or is it?), but you get the point—T.G.I.F.! To help you get your Friday on, we're giving you a little inspiration in the form of party pics from some of our favorite happenings of the week. And what a week it's been—let's just say if today hadn't been Friday, tomorrow would definitely be a sick day. While we couldn't do it all (especially if it involved black tie), we did manage to squeeze in some Q.T. with Michael Bastian (and those models, oh my!) for the launch of his collab with sandals brand Havaianas, a rooftop dinner with penultimate British-dandy Euan Rellie to celebrate Isaia, Belvedere Bloody Mary's brunch with Zac Posen, and a "Just For Fun" dinner hosted by Dom Pérignon. We're not as young as we used to be, but these photos are already giving us some contact tipsy—you ready to have some fun tonight?

    Click on through to vicariously pre-game for tonight!

    Photos: Dom Pérignon, David X Prutting/BFAnyc.com; Michael Bastian, Carly Otness/BFAnyc.com; Zac Posen, Joe Schildhorn/BFAnyc.com; Isaia, Nick Hunt/Patrick McMullan.

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