Socialite paints miniature horse named Danny DeVito with Louis Vuitton pattern

Socialite paints miniature horse named Danny DeVito with Louis Vuitton pattern

A society party was attended by the most rich-New York guest we can imagine — a pony emblazoned head-to-toe in the Louis Vuitton logo.

Real estate developer Alexander Hankin hosted an LV pop-up on his Bucks County, Penn., farm, and we’re told his sister, Danielle, had the idea to get their miniature horse, Danny DeVito, dressed appropriately.

Danny DeVito the miniature horse.Danny DeVito the miniature horse.Ben Rosser/BFA.com

“Since our Danny is always a star when people come over, why not have him in theme for the day?,” said Alexander, who’s on the board of the Museum of Art and Design.

“[Danielle] used a stencil and washout non-toxic color hair spray. Danny was super cooperative because he loves attention.”

“It only lasts until it gets wet so once he started running around his pen and showing off the pattern faded,” he added.

We’re told the design was gone by the next morning “but visible long enough for a super party.”

From left: Chris Young, Danielle Hankin, Alexander Hankin, Helene Hankin and Mark Hankin.From left: Chris Young, Danielle Hankin, Alexander Hankin, Helene Hankin and Mark Hankin.Ben Rosser/BFA.com

The family alpacas, Modigliani and Draco, and their emu hung out by the vintage Dom Perignon bar, we’re told.

Guests included supermodel Paulina Porizkova, Seth and Meredith Marks, famed milliner Eric Javits and socialite Di Mondo.

Danielle Hankin and Danny DeVito (the horse).Danielle Hankin and Danny DeVito (the horse).Ben Rosser/BFA.com

There was no sign of Porizkova’s boyfriend, screenwriting superstar Aaron Sorkin. Page Six first reported back in April that the pair had been dating for a few months.

They made their red carpet debut at this year’s Oscars.

She wore a gold Dolce & Gabbanna dress to the ceremony and kidded on Instagram, “I figured it made me look sort of like a female Oscar — so in case Aaron [who was nominated for ‘The Trial of the Chicago Seven’] didn’t win one — he could still take one home.”