World-renowed fashion photographer Bill Cunningham crashed a retro tea party on Governor’s Island this week, and Pearl River was apparently on the scene, too. The New York Times‘ “On the Street” slideshow features fabulous flapper outfits and Gatsby-esque Americana. But there’s a worldly twist: many of the guests donned paper Asian parasols–a classic symbol of early 20th century glamor on both sides of the globe. Given the quirky designs, we suspect at least a few of them came from us. Maybe they even drank some of our tea.