Sometimes you make the antiquated choice to shoot all your party pics with expired black & white film but then you realize that the wait was totally worth it when the matte finish turns out extra crispy.

Here are some two-weeks-is-never-too-late photos from our 55DSL + Streaming Museum + Babes At The Museum party at Westway in Manhattan.

Special thanks to all babes, goons and snot-rockers for turning the party out.

Hey NYC!
Babes At The Museum presents… "Nordic Outbreak" after-partySat, April 6th @ The Westway (75 Clarkston St., NYC)FREE Til’ Midnight With RSVP@BabesAtTheMuseum.com
21+, Doors at 8:30pmDJ Sets by:THE CRYSTAL ARK (DFA)https://www.facebook.com/TheCrystalArkSHANNON F. (LIGHT ASYLUM)http://soundcloud.com/light-asylumMIHO (CIBO MATTO)http://cibomattocibomatto.blogspot.com/Drink Specials from 9-11pmFor more on the “Nordic Outbreak” exhibition: http://nordicoutbreak.streamingmuseum.org/Special thanks to 55DSL/StudioFiftyFive.com 

Hey NYC!

Babes At The Museum presents… 
"Nordic Outbreak" after-party

Sat, April 6th @ The Westway (75 Clarkston St., NYC)
FREE Til’ Midnight With RSVP@BabesAtTheMuseum.com

21+, Doors at 8:30pm

DJ Sets by:
THE CRYSTAL ARK (DFA)
https://www.facebook.com/TheCrystalArk

SHANNON F. (LIGHT ASYLUM)
http://soundcloud.com/light-asylum

MIHO (CIBO MATTO)
http://cibomattocibomatto.blogspot.com/

Drink Specials from 9-11pm

For more on the “Nordic Outbreak” exhibition: 
http://nordicoutbreak.streamingmuseum.org/

Special thanks to 55DSL/StudioFiftyFive.com 

I don’t know much about shoes but I know enough to pay attention to a girl’s flats if they feature cat ears and whiskers on them. Alexa Chung keeps it simple at the New Museum. She was spotted right before she hopping on Carsten Höller’s interactive Slide installation. (photo by Xavier Aaronson)

I don’t know much about shoes but I know enough to pay attention to a girl’s flats if they feature cat ears and whiskers on them. Alexa Chung keeps it simple at the New Museum. She was spotted right before she hopping on Carsten Höller’s interactive Slide installation. (photo by Xavier Aaronson)