August 30 2014

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lulu frost: worth the climb



Outside of Lulu Frost’s Lafayette Street studio last night, Erin Fetherston and her husband, Hedi Ferjani, were catching their breath. “It’s five flights up, and there’s no elevator,” Fetherston smiled and moaned, as her husband chimed in, “but the live Cuban band is definitely worth it. OK, fine, the campañeras are definitely worth it.” Upstairs, at a party hosted by Alexis Bryan Morgan and Elettra Rossellini Wiedemann for Lulu Frost, the high-end costume- and vintage-jewelry line founded by Lisa Salzer, people were stretching their legs. “Imagine doing THAT three times a day,” the designer sighed, adding that the vertical hike has helped her in the shapely legs department. Salzer launched her line when she was still a student at Dartmouth College. “Everything I do is made from recycled, vintage, antique pieces,” she said. “Sometimes it takes a while and sometimes it doesn’t.” As the party wore on, and folks like Carole Radziwill and Luigi Tadini hit the dance floor, things started to get sweaty. “But I don’t want to hear anybody else complain,” the seven-and-a-half months pregnant Bryan Morgan said. “I’m climbing those stairs for two.”

—Derek Blasberg

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