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Photo Booths, Dance Battles, "Grace Jones": How R29 Celebrated The Holidays

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    Perhaps we don't have to tell you that we take the holidays quite seriously at Refinery29. Tinseltown, presents galore, cookies, libations, family, friends — the list goes on with all the reasons this time of year rocks. And, even with all the parties we're psyched to attend, it's no surprise that one of the best events is the one where we get to celebrate with each other.

    This past Tuesday, the entire R29 fam — from near and far — gathered at Parlor New York to eat, drink, dance, drink, laugh, squeeze into a photo booth, drink, and, of course, party alongside "Grace Jones." Yep, that's just how we roll — and we couldn't think of a better way to properly toast to the holiday season and a seriously kick-ass 2012.

    Naturally, we wanted to share some of the highlights from our shindig with those who make it all possible — our readers! Click in to relive some of the R29 office holiday-party moments, without the risk of a hangover (which is more than we can say for ourselves).

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