“It’s like Studio 54!” said Kendall Wertz at his party on Tuesday night. There have been ripples back and forth, and Wertz kicked things off Tuesday at the 5th anniversary party of his talent agency, The Jefferies. At the American Bar in Greenwich Village.
Werts sure knows how to throw a party. Wearing a shimmering gold top in her coat and black Celine sunglasses, the host works the room non-stop on the go, cuddling up with clients her Evan Mock and her Julia Fox and at each table of guests. I danced
“Our job is to make sure our clients, talent and people are happy,” he said of hosting. Isn’t that the point of birthdays?
Guests included Mock, Fox, Kailand Morris, Ella Emhoff, Wolfgang Tillmans, Richie Shazam, Zion Moreno, Eli Brown, Ivy Getty, Teddy Quinnlivan and more, enjoying espresso martinis and oysters while music played in the restaurant. rice field. The whole night had the feel of the first party of the new school year, and everyone seemed overjoyed to see each other, dance, cheer, and make up in the middle of the party.
Werts is most looking forward to this NYFW Tom Ford show with his client Mock in attendance.
“He won’t disappoint,” Werts said of Ford. “The man understands his idea of what a star is and how the star he chooses should shine.”
Werts otherwise maintains a light schedule for NYFW, letting staff run around in its place while he rests for Paris, “where the real money is.” Don’t tell Mr. Ford about it.