If you didn’t make it into Marc Jacobs’ 70s-era party with your studiously assembled “DUSTIN HOFFMAN OUTSIDE WEATHER UNDERGROUND VILLAGE TOWNHOUSE EXPLOSION” look, or missed the only fashion week party that matters—the G-Shock Dinner at The Four Seasons—Fashion does not cry for you. Some other brands that are not signifiers of hip-hop’s iced-out excess period are throwing parties, too, if you’re into that kind of thing.

Public School celebrates their collection at an afterparty at the Lower East Side’s The Box. For reference, previous Public School parties have featured shoehorning an entire high school drumline and dance team into a packed room.

Susanne Bartsch’s club-kid conclave Kunst party goes populist with an open door jam Wednesday night at Gramercy Theater, with music by Juliana Huxtable and others.

And of course, one must always assume Virgil Abloh to be spinning somewhere. He DJed at the afterparty feting Rihanna's Puma collaboration just two days ago, and New York Fashion Week once again coincides with Rosh Hashanah, so expect him to be wearing his finest Jewish Hat.