TIFF 2013: Adam Levine does shots with Harvey Weinstein inside the Hudson Bay’s Can A Song Save Your Life after-party

TIFF 2013 Can A Song Save Your Life Party
Photography by Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for Grey Goose Vodka
TIFF 2013 Can A Song Save Your Life Party
Photography by Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for Grey Goose Vodka

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Hudson’s Bay went all out once again for the first of two annual TIFF bashes, this year in conjunction with Can A Song Save Your Life, the star-studded flick lead by Keira Knightley and singer-turned-actor Adam Levine. Splashing its signature stripes all over King Street West resto Patria, the retailer’s stylish presence was felt from Knightley’s The Room-worthy Mary Katrantzou dress to the Bay blanket pillows that dressed bottle service banquettes. As with most every post-film party, the A-list holds court in a corner on the patio, with all eyes on them all night. Lucky for us, that corner just so happened to be where we settled with our Grey Goose Le Fizz cocktails in hand.

While Knightley had flown the coop, taking her frothy fairy dress along with her, we spied Levine doing shots with Harvey Weinstein. Flanked by his Maroon 5 boys, the stud methodically clapped his hands before each drink as if to say, “let’s get this party started.” And started it did for the fashion and social crowd including Shinan Govani, Nathalie Atkinson, Vanessa Mulroney and Hudson Bay fashion director Suzanne Timmins who toasted till way past the stars’ (and our) departures.