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Here’s What Went Down At Our It Girl Party

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Any excuse to celebrate girls

So, about last night… We took over the Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles to host our annual It Girl party in honor of our first-ever digital It Girl (and queen of horniness), Jenny Slate. We took the celebration as an excuse to fill out the venue with our favorite women, which made for an empowering, and exciting, night.

Chantel Jeffries and D0uze were our DJs for the night, and of course they had the best music on blast all night. Our co-host for the evening was fashion brand Call It Spring, so, of course, we had a pop-up store—and on-site shoe customization courtesy of Faye Orlove—inside the party for attendees to check out Call It Spring's fall-winter collection when they were tired from the dance floor.

If you weren’t able to make it out and feeling a tinge of sadness about it, we rounded up some of the best moments of the night. See who showed up, and what went down, below.

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Marveling at the killer installation, courtesy of Call It Spring.

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Aly Michalka looking fringe-y AF.

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Our DJ OTN, Chantel Jeffries, strikes a pose.

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Rebecca Black is back… Actually, she never went anywhere.

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Who needs an undershirt? Certainly not Shaun Ross.

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Just a few of the choices at the Call It Spring pop-up.

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Amika touch-ups in the bathroom.

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Our editor-in-chief, Gabrielle Korn, brought a pop of color.

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Kimmy Shields taking full advantage of the Call It Spring customization booth.

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Christina Milian drooling over the Call It Spring installation… Same.

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Hayley Law rocking the leopard print trend.

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A look into the gift bag including products by Oribe, Garnier, Ardell, Forto, Amika, and Call It Spring.

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Niki Koss looked very NYC at this L.A. party.

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Yes, there was a drink called "Jenny Slate's Unbearable Horniness," and yes, it was delicious.

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Bailee Madison reppin'.

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We'd do anything for that bag.

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Casual.

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DJ D0uze starting the party.

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Anne Winters and her boyfriend are goals.

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Stassie Karanikolaou just won the boyfriend shirt trend.

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Close-up on the shoes…

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Paris Berelc reminding us that it's technically turtleneck season.

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Casper Smart looking, yes, smart.

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Bailee Madison and Liana Liberato being matchy-matchy.

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HAUL.

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Call It Spring's shoe customization booth in full swing.

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Yi Zhou copped some white sneakers.

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Just a casual shrine to our cover star Jenny Slate.

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Pop-up goals.