Thursday, October 21, 2010

Theo Adams + Louis Vuitton

Everyone says that "Love Hotels" are the best hotels in Tokyo to keep you fully entertained and satisfied.  This is generally true, however last week the geniuses from the London based Theo Adams Company came and paired up with Louis Vuitton to make magic.  The magic that they made came in the form of a HOTEL.  It was an incredible party that was slightly based on the big LV party in London earlier this year.  But the difference here is that Theo Adams' show (never to be imitated) and David White's golden design touch made it better than any other!
From elevators that took you nowhere except to sparkling dead ends where you were serenaded by divas and gospel choirs, to luggage rooms with eeery dancers and trapeize artists hanging from the rafters along with Louis' Leather, to a replica of the original Louis Vuitton store, incredible singers and a string quartet, a silent disco with performance, kawaii Harajuku girls taking your photo...only to have it broadcast in the big party room where more real magic happened.
Best moment of my life...a gospel chior jumping into the elevator singing Ain't No Mountain High Enough!
The most genius elevator man....literally!  He used to be a Dean at Parsons, NYC
Mademoiselle Yulia and our favorite elevator man!
Moshi Moshi, Yoruko Banzai desu.
We musn't forget the peep-show style hotel room where we could spy on stunning models trying on the latest Vuitton collections in a glimmering gold room.  And in true Paris Texas peep-show form, we pervs had a phone to call the models and ask what we may.  Later that night, the room was swapped over into the suite of the star of the show...none other than the gorgeous Gwendoline Christie...
The show on the main stage changed my life.  I really forgot who I was and where I came from while I was entertained and serenaded by the best of the best....Ladies and Gentlemen....The Theo Adams Comapany!
Sonoya was incredible!!!  And we were so surprised to see her in the show!
Theo, you changed my life!
Oh yeah, and then Sister Sledge came out to perform a few classics and we screamed so hard back at them, that they invited us on stage to give a little helping hand for my fav..."We Are Family".

There were floors of fun and of course champagne flooding our heads.  It was one of the best nights in my life spent with some of my very best friends!  As the night toned down, we sached across the big dance floor with silver fans in hand dancing like wild gypsys.
We are family!

Amongst the heaps of incredible emotions, what was the highlight you ask???

Well it was heading back up to the silent disco when it was quieting down and all that was left was the all black room, disco ball hanging in the middle and plush caramel leather headphones hanging from the ceiling.  Then we danced and the sweat began to pour.  There were a few different sound tracks, so while I was grinding down to Beyonce, next to me Rachel was screaming along to some party anthem, while others had a more classical flavor.  No matter what was playing in our headphones, screams and laughter were pumping out of us!

Wooooah!  This night is going down in history!

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