Last week, we kicked off the launch party for Highsnobiety's Issue 17 cover release. Located at New York's Up & Down, we invited guest to party the night away with great music, special performances, and a close up look of our new 070 Shake magazine cover.

The night was filled with great music thanks to Kitty Cash, Just Dimy, Siobhan Bell, and OUT.OF.OFFICE bringing the vibes in the DJ booth. 070 also made an appearance giving a high energy performance of her recent bangers including "Honey", "Lost in Love" and her smash Kanye West hit "Ghost Town."

Many were in attendance to celebrate the launch of upcoming magazine issue including Busta Rhymes, MadeInTokyo, and more. Relive the wild night above in our recap video, and be sure to swipe through our photo gallery for more looks at what went down.

Highsnobiety Magazine Issue 17, which explores the theme of “alternative”, will be available September 20 from our online store, as well as at fine retailers worldwide. On the same day, Shake’s cover story will also drop online for fans to read.

Also, check out the announcement of 070 Shake's issue 17 reveal.

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