After a two year hiatus, The Mill summer party made its triumphant return – and it did not disappoint. Hosted at our New York studio, the evening was nothing short of extraordinary.
As guests exited the elevator and stepped into the party, they were greeted with a glass of crisp champagne. Neon signs, large tropical plants, and upbeat tunes filled the venue and set the mood for the summer soiree. Our two rooftop decks featured full bars, a DJ, and sweeping views of downtown New York City.
Party-goers were served a plethora of gourmet food of all types including a sushi station and full taco bar. Oh, and did we mention the wall of freshly baked donuts for those with a sweet tooth?
The fun didn’t end there. We set up three activations for attendees to interact with and explore. The first was a photobooth decked out with a wall of plants and a neon sign donning our “We Create the Extraordinary” slogan. The second interactive experience featured the out-of-this-world technology our Experience team harnessed for our recent collaboration with Showtime on their new series ‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’. Guests were ushered into our 4K screening suite and were given an opportunity to utilize hand gestures detected by a motion sensor to control the experience. Finally, we transformed a suite into an exclusive 80s arcade-inspired speak easy. The highlight of this secret room? Violet – a fully-interactive virtual streamer and indie game developer based in NYC. To tie it all together, the speak easy offered a bespoke Violet-inspired cocktail for those who were granted access.
As the evening continued on, we brought in some of the best pizza New York has to offer to satisfy those late night cravings. By the end of the night, the sun had set and the lights of the city acted as mood lighting to the warm, summer night in SoHo.
Thank you to everyone who attended The Mill summer party – it was wonderful to see you in-person again! And a big round of applause to those who helped make the evening possible.
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