Nina Agdal, Louise Roe and Marloes Horst joined Questlove and Justin Theroux for the Dannijo 10th anniversary dinner at Le Turtle in NYC.


Words by Tamara Abraham, photography by BFA.


From left: Jodie Snyder-Morel and Danielle Snyder; Danielle Bernstein, Rocky Barnes and Louise Roe; Frances Aaternir and Cheyenne Maya Carty.


You’d be forgiven for thinking you’d stepped back in time to the ‘90s. Some of the world's most stylish women were dressed in a rainbow of Dannijo slip dresses at our 10th anniversary dinner last night at Le Turtle in NYC.


From Nina Agdal in khaki, to Danielle Bernstein in sunflower yellow and Louise Roe in fuchsia, the slip reigned supreme. Co-founders Danielle Snyder and Jodie Snyder-Morel represented in black and mist slips respectively, layered with vintage finds and Dannijo jewels. In fact, the entire flower-and-tealight-decked space—designed by Mimi Brown—shimmered with crystal earrings, neckpieces and arm parties.


From left: Chantal Monaghan, Nina Agdal, Noel Capri Barry.

 From left: Theodora and Alexandra Richards; Nina Agdal, Danielle Bernstein and Rocky Barnes; Kerry Pieri and Joanna Hillman.


Justin Theroux and Questlove were also among the longtime Dannijo supporters who attended the event, which was supported by Bumble Bizz and First Republic Bank.


In a speech to guests, Danielle described the company's highs and lows over the past decade. "Our most important accomplishment to date is the community we’ve built," she said.


"You’ve inspired and influenced Jodie and I and you’ve given us something that matters more than success; you’ve given us friendship.”


From left: Ashley Avignone, Olivia Perez, Cass Dimicco, Elyse Fox.


Guests toasted the brand with Casa Dragones Joven tequila and feasted on a menu by Le Turtle head chef Victor Amarilla of his signature Sasso poulet, côte de boeuf and wild mushroom risotto.


The Nineties theme continued with custom friendship bracelets woven on-site, polaroid snapshots and retro candy and lottery tickets in the gift bags.

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Continue the party with late-night drinks at Parker & Lenox, a speakeasy that regularly flies musicians in from New York or Buenos Aires to perform at weekends, and for salsa dancing, Club San Luis in Roma Sur is an experience in itself. It has a 20-piece live band, and the dancing is phenomenal.

~ Danielle