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Beautiful People, Beautiful Food at the Grammys’ Official Afterparty


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The afterparties are where people truly loosen up at awards shows. Sunday night's Grammy Awards ceremony was emotional and political, but at the official afterparty, held at L.A. Live, people just plain partied. Catered by Patina Group, with legendary chef Joachim Splichal at the helm, the Midsummer's Night Dream–themed party had costumed dancers and models, an excellent set by Gavin DeGraw and his wildly attractive band, and a feast served to hundreds of people who'd been fasting since the night before. The food was very pretty, all bright colors and tiny little jewels of dessert. Click through to see the woodlands-inspired offerings, and the stylish people who got to eat them.

All photos by Brian Feinzimer on Feb. 12.