Vivier Fetes Prismick Collection

The label hosted a photography exhibit at its Madison Avenue store.

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Fashion insiders toasted Roger Vivier’s Prismick collection at the label’s Madison Avenue boutique Tuesday night with a photography exhibition of stylish women from across the globe.

Photographer Michael Beauplet shot socialites Amanda Hearst, Fernanda Niven and Bettina Prentice in their favorite New York spots with pieces from the collection.

While Hearst chose the Brooklyn Bridge and Prentice chose Haunch of Venison art gallery as their destinations, Niven was shot in Brooklyn at the Edible Schoolyard NYC, which creates organic gardens and kitchen classrooms for the city’s public schools.

“It was a nice way to tie in the two things I love,” Niven said. “I love that blue [on the handbag featured in the shoot]. And the green [sandals] were kind of a fun green for the garden.”

The photo exhibition also features stylish women from London, Milan and Paris, and has traveled to all of the aforementioned cities.

Prismick is the first collection that doesn’t use Vivier’s iconic buckle. It was crafted by creative director Bruno Frisoni.

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