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HP, Paper Magazine Party It Up At NYPL

hppaer.jpgLast night, HP and Paper magazine threw a swanky soiree at the New York Public Library at Bryant Park to “celebrate 25 years of paper and ink.”

Entertainment at the black tie affair included sets by DJ Mark Ronson, The Virgins, Queen Latifah and Liza Minnelli. And in case anyone forgot what they were there to celebrate, HP and Paper logos swirled on the ceiling of the library’s Astor Hall (see photo at right).

More photos from the swanky night, after the jump


HP products were all over the event. Here, Anna Sui and Patricia Field pose with the new HP Photosmart Premium with TouchSmart Web on the pink carpet outside the New York Public Library.


Paper co-founders Kim Hastreiter and David Hershkovits and HP’s executive VP Vyomesh Joshi lead attendees in a rousing rendition of “Happy Birthday.”


Queen Latifah sang songs from her new album, Persona.


New York City indie band, The Virgins, also performed.


And Liza closed out the night with “New York, New York.”

Photos by Peter Field Peck

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