Going out on a weeknight is a struggle. After a long day's work, schlepping yourself from the desk to the function is probably the last thing you want to be doing – not to mention that looking stylish proves all the more arduous when New York's arctic winter season comes into play. But the Big Apple's fashion folk are of a different breed, never letting weather, fatigue, or time restraints thwart their ability to thrive and look damn good doing it.

Last week, Marc Jacobs hosted a glitzy soiree in Brooklyn to celebrate the launch of his Resort 2017 collection. The designer enforced a "glamorous" dress code policy where attendees were required to don their best '80s party attire ("voluminous proportions" and "punk princess" were just a few descriptives noted on the invite) to keep with the collection's new wave theme.

Capturing what went down, we let Belgian mega-model Hanne Gaby (slide #1) go wild with a disposable camera to see just how fashion people really let loose on a weeknight.

Make sure you browse through all of Gaby’s pics to soak up the entirety of the night’s sartorial shenanigans and maybe even get some party look #inspo.

Here are some of our favorite looks.

Party Vetemonster

Shade Runner

Pretty in Punk

For more from our 1-Hr Photo series, check out the following:

See How Instagram Starlet Sita Abellan Experienced Jeremy Scott's SS17 show Here's How A-Trak Thrived at Fool's Gold's Strip Club-Hosted Anniversary Party Here's How Korean Rappers Get Lit on Tour. 

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