March 20, 2016
 

STE-JUSTINE BALL 2016

FEELING THE CALL OF THE NOIR: SOPHIE MARCEAU and CHARLOTTE CADIEUX-MATHIEU.

FEELING THE CALL OF THE NOIR: SOPHIE MARCEAU and CHARLOTTE CADIEUX-MATHIEU.

Like the artists “formerly known as” like Puff Daddy and our beloved Prince who passed way too soon, the Ste-Justine Ball, formerly known to its countless devotees until this year–its 15th–as the Mount Royal Ball benefitting the CHU Ste-Justine Foundation, delivered the goods in 2016. Key highlights included a super elite VVVIP cocktail in the Windsor Ballrooms’ famed Peacock Alley; an OTT reception for 350; and hard-to-resist get-wiggly tunes all night long by by DJs RR Kelley and A1.

Kudos to the millennial dream team–aka the Young Leaders Circle–who, with the support of presenting sponsor BLOOMBERG and other major partners including the National Bank, Intact Insurance and Lexus, hosted one of the hottest tickets of the season, netting over $210,000 for the benefit of the children.

Photography JIMMY HAMELIN, VINCENZO D’ALTO

 

STE-JUSTINE BALL 2016

ONE. HOT. COUPLE: JEAN-PHILIPPE SHOIRY in ARMANI and love, JESSICA CICCARELLO in a NICHOLAS gown.

ONE. HOT. COUPLE: JEAN-PHILIPPE SHOIRY in ARMANI and love, JESSICA CICCARELLO in a NICHOLAS gown.

Like the artists “formerly known as” like Puff Daddy and our beloved Prince who passed way too soon, the Ste-Justine Ball, formerly known to its countless devotees until this year–its 15th–as the Mount Royal Ball benefitting the CHU Ste-Justine Foundation, delivered the goods in 2016. Key highlights included a super elite VVVIP cocktail in the Windsor Ballrooms’ famed Peacock Alley; an OTT reception for 350; and hard-to-resist get-wiggly tunes all night long by by DJs RR Kelley and A1.

Kudos to the millennial dream team–aka the Young Leaders Circle–who, with the support of presenting sponsor BLOOMBERG and other major partners including the National Bank, Intact Insurance and Lexus, hosted one of the hottest tickets of the season, netting over $210,000 for the benefit of the children.

Photography JIMMY HAMELIN, VINCENZO D’ALTO

 

STE-JUSTINE BALL 2016

FUTURISTIC FASH: VANESSA PILON in COS and ACNE.

FUTURISTIC FASH: VANESSA PILON in COS and ACNE.

Like the artists “formerly known as” like Puff Daddy and our beloved Prince who passed way too soon, the Ste-Justine Ball, formerly known to its countless devotees until this year–its 15th–as the Mount Royal Ball benefitting the CHU Ste-Justine Foundation, delivered the goods in 2016. Key highlights included a super elite VVVIP cocktail in the Windsor Ballrooms’ famed Peacock Alley; an OTT reception for 350; and hard-to-resist get-wiggly tunes all night long by by DJs RR Kelley and A1.

Kudos to the millennial dream team–aka the Young Leaders Circle–who, with the support of presenting sponsor BLOOMBERG and other major partners including the National Bank, Intact Insurance and Lexus, hosted one of the hottest tickets of the season, netting over $210,000 for the benefit of the children.

Photography JIMMY HAMELIN, VINCENZO D’ALTO

 

STE-JUSTINE BALL 2016

WORKING THE FASHITUDE:  Ferreira Café superstar SANDRA FERREIRA in SANDRO and Soubois secret weapon JF GERVAIS in CLUB MONACO.

WORKING THE FASHITUDE: Ferreira Café superstar SANDRA FERREIRA in SANDRO and Soubois secret weapon JF GERVAIS in CLUB MONACO.

Like the artists “formerly known as” like Puff Daddy and our beloved Prince who passed way too soon, the Ste-Justine Ball, formerly known to its countless devotees until this year–its 15th–as the Mount Royal Ball benefitting the CHU Ste-Justine Foundation, delivered the goods in 2016. Key highlights included a super elite VVVIP cocktail in the Windsor Ballrooms’ famed Peacock Alley; an OTT reception for 350; and hard-to-resist get-wiggly tunes all night long by by DJs RR Kelley and A1.

Kudos to the millennial dream team–aka the Young Leaders Circle–who, with the support of presenting sponsor BLOOMBERG and other major partners including the National Bank, Intact Insurance and Lexus, hosted one of the hottest tickets of the season, netting over $210,000 for the benefit of the children.

Photography JIMMY HAMELIN, VINCENZO D’ALTO

 

STE-JUSTINE BALL 2016

COCKTAILING: LUDIVINE HARBEC in ZARA and husband PATRICK MUYAL in SISLEY.

COCKTAILING: LUDIVINE HARBEC in ZARA and husband PATRICK MUYAL in SISLEY.

Like the artists “formerly known as” like Puff Daddy and our beloved Prince who passed way too soon, the Ste-Justine Ball, formerly known to its countless devotees until this year–its 15th–as the Mount Royal Ball benefitting the CHU Ste-Justine Foundation, delivered the goods in 2016. Key highlights included a super elite VVVIP cocktail in the Windsor Ballrooms’ famed Peacock Alley; an OTT reception for 350; and hard-to-resist get-wiggly tunes all night long by by DJs RR Kelley and A1.

Kudos to the millennial dream team–aka the Young Leaders Circle–who, with the support of presenting sponsor BLOOMBERG and other major partners including the National Bank, Intact Insurance and Lexus, hosted one of the hottest tickets of the season, netting over $210,000 for the benefit of the children.

Photography JIMMY HAMELIN, VINCENZO D’ALTO

 

STE-JUSTINE BALL 2016

FLOWER POWER: Journo / host / ball ambassador PIERRE-OLIVIER BEAUDOIN in MAISON SIMONS.

FLOWER POWER: Journo / host / ball ambassador PIERRE-OLIVIER BEAUDOIN in MAISON SIMONS.

Like the artists “formerly known as” like Puff Daddy and our beloved Prince who passed way too soon, the Ste-Justine Ball, formerly known to its countless devotees until this year–its 15th–as the Mount Royal Ball benefitting the CHU Ste-Justine Foundation, delivered the goods in 2016. Key highlights included a super elite VVVIP cocktail in the Windsor Ballrooms’ famed Peacock Alley; an OTT reception for 350; and hard-to-resist get-wiggly tunes all night long by by DJs RR Kelley and A1.

Kudos to the millennial dream team–aka the Young Leaders Circle–who, with the support of presenting sponsor BLOOMBERG and other major partners including the National Bank, Intact Insurance and Lexus, hosted one of the hottest tickets of the season, netting over $210,000 for the benefit of the children.

Photography JIMMY HAMELIN, VINCENZO D’ALTO

 

STE-JUSTINE BALL 2016

WELL-ARMED: LeCahier.com founder / ball ambassador CAMILLE DG in ELISA C-ROSSOW and JEANE & JAX.

WELL-ARMED: LeCahier.com founder / ball ambassador CAMILLE DG in ELISA C-ROSSOW and JEANE & JAX.

Like the artists “formerly known as” like Puff Daddy and our beloved Prince who passed way too soon, the Ste-Justine Ball, formerly known to its countless devotees until this year–its 15th–as the Mount Royal Ball benefitting the CHU Ste-Justine Foundation, delivered the goods in 2016. Key highlights included a super elite VVVIP cocktail in the Windsor Ballrooms’ famed Peacock Alley; an OTT reception for 350; and hard-to-resist get-wiggly tunes all night long by by DJs RR Kelley and A1.

Kudos to the millennial dream team–aka the Young Leaders Circle–who, with the support of presenting sponsor BLOOMBERG and other major partners including the National Bank, Intact Insurance and Lexus, hosted one of the hottest tickets of the season, netting over $210,000 for the benefit of the children.

Photography JIMMY HAMELIN, VINCENZO D’ALTO

 

STE-JUSTINE BALL 2016

DAZZLING DUO: L'Oréal Canada communications director of L'Oréal Luxe ISABELLE RANDEZ in YSL and CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN and husband PHILIP KOWRYHA in ARMANI.

DAZZLING DUO: L’Oréal Canada communications director of L’Oréal Luxe ISABELLE RANDEZ in YSL and CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN and husband PHILIP KOWRYHA in ARMANI.

Like the artists “formerly known as” like Puff Daddy and our beloved Prince who passed way too soon, the Ste-Justine Ball, formerly known to its countless devotees until this year–its 15th–as the Mount Royal Ball benefitting the CHU Ste-Justine Foundation, delivered the goods in 2016. Key highlights included a super elite VVVIP cocktail in the Windsor Ballrooms’ famed Peacock Alley; an OTT reception for 350; and hard-to-resist get-wiggly tunes all night long by by DJs RR Kelley and A1.

Kudos to the millennial dream team–aka the Young Leaders Circle–who, with the support of presenting sponsor BLOOMBERG and other major partners including the National Bank, Intact Insurance and Lexus, hosted one of the hottest tickets of the season, netting over $210,000 for the benefit of the children.

Photography JIMMY HAMELIN, VINCENZO D’ALTO

 

STE-JUSTINE BALL 2016

WEB WONDER GALS: The Fashion Red Fox’s CHLOE DUMONT and Working Chix’s ANNA PRZEZAK.

WEB WONDER GALS: The Fashion Red Fox’s CHLOE DUMONT and Working Chix’s ANNA PRZEZAK.

Like the artists “formerly known as” like Puff Daddy and our beloved Prince who passed way too soon, the Ste-Justine Ball, formerly known to its countless devotees until this year–its 15th–as the Mount Royal Ball benefitting the CHU Ste-Justine Foundation, delivered the goods in 2016. Key highlights included a super elite VVVIP cocktail in the Windsor Ballrooms’ famed Peacock Alley; an OTT reception for 350; and hard-to-resist get-wiggly tunes all night long by by DJs RR Kelley and A1.

Kudos to the millennial dream team–aka the Young Leaders Circle–who, with the support of presenting sponsor BLOOMBERG and other major partners including the National Bank, Intact Insurance and Lexus, hosted one of the hottest tickets of the season, netting over $210,000 for the benefit of the children.

Photography JIMMY HAMELIN, VINCENZO D’ALTO

 

STE-JUSTINE BALL 2016

LOOKING THE PARTY: PATRICK SIMARD and MJ FAUCHER.

LOOKING THE PARTY: PATRICK SIMARD and MJ FAUCHER.

Like the artists “formerly known as” like Puff Daddy and our beloved Prince who passed way too soon, the Ste-Justine Ball, formerly known to its countless devotees until this year–its 15th–as the Mount Royal Ball benefitting the CHU Ste-Justine Foundation, delivered the goods in 2016. Key highlights included a super elite VVVIP cocktail in the Windsor Ballrooms’ famed Peacock Alley; an OTT reception for 350; and hard-to-resist get-wiggly tunes all night long by by DJs RR Kelley and A1.

Kudos to the millennial dream team–aka the Young Leaders Circle–who, with the support of presenting sponsor BLOOMBERG and other major partners including the National Bank, Intact Insurance and Lexus, hosted one of the hottest tickets of the season, netting over $210,000 for the benefit of the children.

Photography JIMMY HAMELIN, VINCENZO D’ALTO

STE-JUSTINE BALL 2016

GOOD FRIENDS, GOOD STYLE: ANIK LACASSE in BCBGMAXARIA and LOUIS-PHILIPPE JOLY in MAISON SIMONS.

GOOD FRIENDS, GOOD STYLE: ANIK LACASSE in BCBGMAXARIA and LOUIS-PHILIPPE JOLY in MAISON SIMONS.

Like the artists “formerly known as” like Puff Daddy and our beloved Prince who passed way too soon, the Ste-Justine Ball, formerly known to its countless devotees until this year–its 15th–as the Mount Royal Ball benefitting the CHU Ste-Justine Foundation, delivered the goods in 2016. Key highlights included a super elite VVVIP cocktail in the Windsor Ballrooms’ famed Peacock Alley; an OTT reception for 350; and hard-to-resist get-wiggly tunes all night long by by DJs RR Kelley and A1.

Kudos to the millennial dream team–aka the Young Leaders Circle–who, with the support of presenting sponsor BLOOMBERG and other major partners including the National Bank, Intact Insurance and Lexus, hosted one of the hottest tickets of the season, netting over $210,000 for the benefit of the children.

Photography JIMMY HAMELIN, VINCENZO D’ALTO

 

STE-JUSTINE BALL 2016

GOOD BROMANCING: VICTOR CHARLEBOIS and MOETREAL’s MOE TAWIL.

GOOD BROMANCING: VICTOR CHARLEBOIS and MOETREAL’s MOE TAWIL.

Like the artists “formerly known as” like Puff Daddy and our beloved Prince who passed way too soon, the Ste-Justine Ball, formerly known to its countless devotees until this year–its 15th–as the Mount Royal Ball benefitting the CHU Ste-Justine Foundation, delivered the goods in 2016. Key highlights included a super elite VVVIP cocktail in the Windsor Ballrooms’ famed Peacock Alley; an OTT reception for 350; and hard-to-resist get-wiggly tunes all night long by by DJs RR Kelley and A1.

Kudos to the millennial dream team–aka the Young Leaders Circle–who, with the support of presenting sponsor BLOOMBERG and other major partners including the National Bank, Intact Insurance and Lexus, hosted one of the hottest tickets of the season, netting over $210,000 for the benefit of the children.

Photography JIMMY HAMELIN, VINCENZO D’ALTO

 

STE-JUSTINE BALL 2016

MOETREAL’s MOE TAWIL with his gals, LES PETITES BOURGEOISIES.

MOETREAL’s MOE TAWIL with his gals, LES PETITES BOURGEOISIES.

Like the artists “formerly known as” like Puff Daddy and our beloved Prince who passed way too soon, the Ste-Justine Ball, formerly known to its countless devotees until this year–its 15th–as the Mount Royal Ball benefitting the CHU Ste-Justine Foundation, delivered the goods in 2016. Key highlights included a super elite VVVIP cocktail in the Windsor Ballrooms’ famed Peacock Alley; an OTT reception for 350; and hard-to-resist get-wiggly tunes all night long by by DJs RR Kelley and A1.

Kudos to the millennial dream team–aka the Young Leaders Circle–who, with the support of presenting sponsor BLOOMBERG and other major partners including the National Bank, Intact Insurance and Lexus, hosted one of the hottest tickets of the season, netting over $210,000 for the benefit of the children.

Photography JIMMY HAMELIN, VINCENZO D’ALTO

STE-JUSTINE BALL 2016

LES PETITES BOURGEOISIES REPRESENTING MOETREAL.

LES PETITES BOURGEOISIES REPRESENTING MOETREAL.

Like the artists “formerly known as” like Puff Daddy and our beloved Prince who passed way too soon, the Ste-Justine Ball, formerly known to its countless devotees until this year–its 15th–as the Mount Royal Ball benefitting the CHU Ste-Justine Foundation, delivered the goods in 2016. Key highlights included a super elite VVVIP cocktail in the Windsor Ballrooms’ famed Peacock Alley; an OTT reception for 350; and hard-to-resist get-wiggly tunes all night long by by DJs RR Kelley and A1.

Kudos to the millennial dream team–aka the Young Leaders Circle–who, with the support of presenting sponsor BLOOMBERG and other major partners including the National Bank, Intact Insurance and Lexus, hosted one of the hottest tickets of the season, netting over $210,000 for the benefit of the children.

Photography JIMMY HAMELIN, VINCENZO D’ALTO

 

STE-JUSTINE BALL 2016

MONTREAL, QUE.: MARCH 18, 2016 -- at Ste Justine's Ball at Windsor Ballroom in Montreal, Friday March 18, 2016.  (Vincenzo D'Alto)

MONTREAL, QUE.: MARCH 18, 2016 — at Ste Justine’s Ball at Windsor Ballroom in Montreal, Friday March 18, 2016.
(Vincenzo D’Alto)

Like the artists “formerly known as” like Puff Daddy and our beloved Prince who passed way too soon, the Ste-Justine Ball, formerly known to its countless devotees until this year–its 15th–as the Mount Royal Ball benefitting the CHU Ste-Justine Foundation, delivered the goods in 2016. Key highlights included a super elite VVVIP cocktail in the Windsor Ballrooms’ famed Peacock Alley; an OTT reception for 350; and hard-to-resist get-wiggly tunes all night long by by DJs RR Kelley and A1.

Kudos to the millennial dream team–aka the Young Leaders Circle–who, with the support of presenting sponsor BLOOMBERG and other major partners including the National Bank, Intact Insurance and Lexus, hosted one of the hottest tickets of the season, netting over $210,000 for the benefit of the children.

Photography JIMMY HAMELIN, VINCENZO D’ALTO

 

STE-JUSTINE BALL 2016

GOWN WITH THAT: Jools designer KSENIA BOEVA and exec pal ANNA GALCHENYUK in RACHEL PEREZ HAUTE COUTURE.

GOWN WITH THAT: Jools designer KSENIA BOEVA and exec pal ANNA GALCHENYUK in RACHEL PEREZ HAUTE COUTURE.

Like the artists “formerly known as” like Puff Daddy and our beloved Prince who passed way too soon, the Ste-Justine Ball, formerly known to its countless devotees until this year–its 15th–as the Mount Royal Ball benefitting the CHU Ste-Justine Foundation, delivered the goods in 2016. Key highlights included a super elite VVVIP cocktail in the Windsor Ballrooms’ famed Peacock Alley; an OTT reception for 350; and hard-to-resist get-wiggly tunes all night long by by DJs RR Kelley and A1.

Kudos to the millennial dream team–aka the Young Leaders Circle–who, with the support of presenting sponsor BLOOMBERG and other major partners including the National Bank, Intact Insurance and Lexus, hosted one of the hottest tickets of the season, netting over $210,000 for the benefit of the children.

Photography JIMMY HAMELIN, VINCENZO D’ALTO