Party Rock: Haim Spins TLC at Fendi's Beverly Hills Flagship Opening
Rashida Jones was into it.
The last 17 years have seen trends come and go, but while fashion continues its perpetual ebb and flow, one thing remains unchanged: TLC's 1999 classic "No Scrubs" is still a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.
The song was just one of a handful of '90s hip-hop hits on the menu at Fendi's new Beverly Hills flagship store opening with Vogue on Thursday evening, where the band Haim — composed of effortlessly cool sisters Alana, Danielle and Este — played Missy Elliot and Blackstreet as the house DJs. But it was TLC's poetic masterpiece that soon had the crowd of celebs, fashion influencers and customers singing along — especially Rashida Jones, who broke into dance while chatting with the Haim sisters.
Less expressive guests included Alessandra Ambrosio, Ashley Madekwe and Kiernan Shipka, who took in the myriad of Karlito baubles and accessories, crafted in the great Karl Lagerfeld's image, that adorned the store. "I've never met Karl," said Madekwe, who was sporting a crown of bouncy curls for the night. "But I would love to, obviously — everything he does, he does so well!"
Listen to Haim's party playlist below. (Editor's note: Beyonce's "Formation" also was played but isn't on Spotify. We're deeply sorry.)