This year marks the 100th anniversary of Chanel No. 5, the first perfume ever created by a woman for a woman. To honor the centennial, Chanel held an extravagant birthday party called No. 5 in the Stars on Friday evening, transforming New York City’s iconic Rockefeller Center into a historical journey that looks back on the evolution of the iconic scent that has become the world’s most famous fragrance.
A parade of Hollywood’s newest crop of fashion-forward thinkers, including breakout star Lauren Ridloff from Marvel’s Eternals, actor Dylan Penn, the daughter of Sean Penn and Robin Wright, and Tommy Dorfman from the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, joined fashion elites Mary J. Blige, Lily Allen, and Jemima Kirke at the party to commemorate the revolutionary fragrance, decked out, of course, in ready-to-wear Chanel. Upon arrival, the well-dressed crowd strolled through the outdoor exhibition that features multisensory activations and a larger-than-life