FOXES Magazine took over Bardot on Tuesday night in celebration of its premiere issue release. The party was held in true Hollywood spirit with the dimly-lit, orange-hued venue reaching capacity quickly as Lo-Pie DJs Mariana Timony and Angela Ratzlaff spun garage and punk records from the likes of The Fall, The White Stripes and Ty Segall. Stickers and pins courtesy of Julian Casablancas’ label Cult Records were also given free to guests.
Photography Collin Levin
The night went off with three live performances from bedroom pop dreamgazers SugarCube, rockabilly-influenced The Buttertones and fuzz-soaked Beach Party. It was a night to remember and unlike most Hollywood parties, special guests actually danced and moved to some of LA’s finest talents. Thank you to all those that made it out and make sure to keep your eyes and ears open for more on what’s to come from FOXES Magazine.
Photography Brad Elterman