He may have dubbed it the “Royal Tea Party,” but Sir Ivan Wilzig ’s Water Mill extravaganza was anything but prim and proper as the recording artist celebrated his latest Billboard hit, “Kiss All the Bullies Goodbye.”
Entertainers attending included Randy Jones of the Village People, Pras of the Fugees, singer Aaron Paul, OUT Hotel owner Mati Weiderpass and actors Colin Asercion and Farrah Krenek.
Decor evoked Studio 54’s heyday of the 1970s, and gazebos around the pool featured disco-dancing couples. Attendees included Housewife of New Jersey Danielle Staub and Omar Sharif Jr.
Partiers thronged the Disneyland-like 15,000-square-foot castle home in Village People costumes to show support for inclusiveness and to unleash their inner macho man or tough lady, dressing as cops, construction workers, cowboys and bikers. Some sidestepped the dress code and wore feathers or sequined dresses—or hardly anything at all, which was the choice adopted by one woman clad in the latest rage in Times Square fashion: red, white and blue body paint.