Cultural lines are being blurred more and more these days, and no single genre can truly thrive in isolation. Today's society is driven by the exchange of trends and insights, and the dynamic new ideas that emerge from this cross-pollination. With this in mind, Complex, along with the editors of First We Feast and Triangle Offense, brought together a diverse group of professionals for a unique dinner themed around Honda's current #FitForYou campaign. The crux of the campaign is that while sharing ideas across cultural borders is essential, we are each drawn to a specific field or industry where we just feel we fit. To get things started, the 78 guests in attendance were asked a straightforward, yet very revealing, question: "How did you find your fit in your industry?"
This being a First We Feast party, you know the food was on point. The dinner was held at Manhattan restaurant DBGB Kitchen and Bar, and the menu was prepared by legendary chef Daniel Boulud. And since Triangle Offense was also part of the planning committee, and it is March Madness, after all, the dinner also had a basketball theme ("Road to the Final Feast").
Guests included First We Feast Editor in Chief Chris Schonberger, Triangle Offense EIC Elena Bergeron, Grammy Award winning music producer 88-Keys, documentary filmmakers Coodie & Chike, fashion expert Abdul Abasi, comedian Damien Lemon, talent reps Hawaii Mike Salman and Rachel Walsh, New York Yankees exec Sam Hochberg, and entrepreneurs Karlie Hustle and Perri Dash.
For more about the Honda #FitForYou campaign, click here.