Mena Suvari, Alexis Bledel, Amanda Hearst, and Alexa Chung stopped by the Bowery Hotel last night for the launch of Ann Taylor's new offshoot LOFT Style Studio. Geared for a slightly younger shopper, the collection features ensembles curated by stylists Tina Chai, Kate Young, Joanne Blades and Alia Ahmed-Yahia for young women whose night looks are their day looks. Chung started the evening off with a DJ set featuring lots of '60s pop and some Pulp thrown in for good measure, and was surrounded by a coterie, including friend and designer Henry Holland, who shooed away reporters and photographers from the DJ booth. Maggie Gyllenhaal, however, was up for a chat. Gyllenhaal, dressed in a flowy ACNE top and a striped cardigan by LOFT, says, like most New Yorkers, she's determined to dress for spring despite our yo-yoing temperatures. She's also looking to stock up on "some practical dresses that you don't have to wear a bra with and can get dirty" for summer. (But she'll probably just end up getting something from American Apparel, she supposes). Meanwhile a group of tweed-coated young men lingered near the stage, waiting for Ra Ra Riot to begin their set and a group of girls decided that the weather was too nice outside not to drink their champagne in the outside garden.