Hollywood is where people go to become stars, and last night, at the idyllic HYDE Sunset Kitchen & Cocktails in West Hollywood, stars were born. With the help of BCBGeneration, our annual Young Hollywood party painted the town with youthful vigor and Instagram-worthy style. (Just check the #NylonYoungHollywood hashtag for proof.) Our host and current NYLON magazine star, Billie Lourd, assembled a crowd of bright-eyed wunderkinds. Justin Skye rocked the mic as her BFF Kylie Jenner cheered her on. The youngest Jenner brought Lord Scott Disick and her friend Harry along for the ride, too. Resident muva Amber Rose made an appearance, Jaden Smith popped by, and a slew of rising actors and influencers crowded the dance floor. Thursday became Friday, but that didn't stop the party from going late. After all, youth was on our side and we weren't about to leave the party everyone was trying to get into. Would you? See for yourself in the gallery, below.
Do these two even need an introduction?
Welcome to the BCBGeneration, Yara Shahidi.
A BCBGeneration display we could get lost in.
Say hey to our host, Billie Lourd.
Get out! It's JoJo.
Justine Skye's got the look.
Moves like Jaden (Smith).
It's not a party unless there's a crowded and excited step-and-repeat.
Can we talk about Justine Skye's purple bob? Incredible.
Well, we definitely know where the party of the night was.
When there's no mic, use a Peroni Nastro Azzurro bottle instead.
Well, if we get bangs this season, it's all because of this picture.
Same, Shaun Ross. Same.
And we still found a way to dance!
Queen Muva Amber Rose.
Emily Robinson making a case for mesh.
Find what you needed, Molly Tarlov?
Red Bull definitely gave us wings last night.
Bella Giannulli, Olivia Giannulli, and Chloe Lukasiak.
Trust us, it's Trust Me Vodka.
Emily Osment is now a total #GenGirl.
DJ Kate kept the people moving.
He's so Lucky Blue Smith. He's a star. And that's Anwar Hadid on his left. Sup, guys?
Living for those BCBGeneration shirts, Arden Cho, and Katherine McNamara.
That BCBGeneration looks good!
We see you, too, Amy Pham.
Peace up, Alie Layus out.