Models Love Posing At NYC's Artsy 'Good Luck Dry Cleaners'

The art-filled event space is the perfect backdrop for stunning party pics.
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Model Emilie Bosak at Good Luck Dry Cleaners surrounded by relics from the original CBGB punk club.

Model Emilie Bosak at Good Luck Dry Cleaners surrounded by relics from the original CBGB punk club.

Good Luck Dry Cleaners, the speakeasy-inspired downtown Manhattan art gallery and lifestyle brand, livened up New York Fashion Week with a pair of invite-only events catering to an elite crowd of models, artists, influencers and fashionistas. Check out a photo slideshow here:

GLDC hosted a private party in a luxurious $5.2 million penthouse on E. 3rd Street to unveil art curated exclusively for the stunning space. Harpist/vocalist Lexie Lowell performed while guests perused work from artists Edward Acosta, ELOMJ Laberge, GLDC cofounders Jeremy Penn and Phil Reese, and street style photographer Ricky Powell

Afterwards, GLDC hosted a grittier event under the "3E3" penthouse in a gallery bedecked with relics from famed punk club CBGB to celebrate the release of a new shirt collab with Blue & Cream

The shirt features a classic retro photograph of supermodel Cindy Crawford shot by Powell. Model/deejay Ella Darr and Parlé spun hip-hop jams at the event, while guests enjoyed libations from City Winery, Truly Hard Seltzer, and Coney Island Brewery. 

Good Luck Dry Cleaners, founded in 2017 by Reese and Penn, is "a Swiss Army Knife of art and culture,” Reese told Maxim.com last year. “We showcase art, do event activations, work on the branding and marketing side with clients, collaborate with hip-hop and punk musicians, we have a merchandise line." 

For more on our event partner Good Luck Dry Cleaners, follow them on Instagram to stay updated on their latest artistic endeavors.