Aggy Celebrates Her New Site With AllSaints

There's a new hotspot in town, and with a name like Mary Queen of Scots, it's only fitting that it-Brits were the first to toast its arrival. Good thing then that on Monday night, supermodel Agyness Deyn joined forces with our fave UK brand AllSaints to host a bash for her new website naag.com at the LES bar and restaurant. While we aren't completely sold on the name (we're still trying to figure out what n-a-a-g stands for—thoughts?), we're into the concept—naag is an online magazine for women who are seeking to discover all that is new and great in New York City, and to a lesser extent, other cool capitals. The bash had an eclectic guest-list: Brothers Seth and Josh Myers chatted about fraternal love with Zachary and Joe Quinto, Coco Rocha and Karen Elson rounded out the model contigent, and an incognito Marion Cotillard rocked out to a DJ Set by Miike Snow's Andrew Wyatt (sad face—we never saw the Oscar-winning star). Everywhere you turned, there was a Kanon Vodka ye-olde-English-type concoction, plus more AllSaints slouchy sweaters, butter-soft leather jackets, and oversized beanies than you could shake a stick at. New and awesome girls? Nice and always good? Sorry, we're still trying to guess!
Photos via Billy Farrell / Bill Farrell Agency

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