from the in crowd to the internet, the misshapes are planning their next big thing.

by faran krentcil

When The MisShapes closed down their raging downtown party in September of '06, everyone wondered, "What now?"

So far, a lot:

The DJ trio (Leigh Lezark, Geordon Nicol, and Greg Krelenstein) has created soundtracks for Jeremy Scott and Henry Holland, released a style book with MTV, become BFFs with Sienna Miller, and even made it into some major fashion advertisements (look for Leigh this summer in the Gap ads).

But now, the MisShapes are going 2.0, turning their website from a party photos archive into a digital hub of style tips, music reviews, celebrity interviews, and excess eyeliner.

The site will be curated by the MisShapes and feature the work of artists like photographer Scott Meriam and illustrator Dana Veraldi.

Keep your browsers primed for June 7, their semi-official launch date, and get ready to rejoin our favorite downtown clique - or rather, downtown click.