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El Museo Gala 2010

By Patrick Kelley
Friday, 5/28/2010 7:21 PM
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On Thursday night Oscar de la Renta presented a special lifetime achievement award to Plácido Domingo at El Museo del Barrio's annual gala at Cipriani 42nd Street. Tony Bechara, the museum's long serving board chairman, was also honored with a special leadership award. Gala Chairs were once again Yaz and Valentin Hernández. The 2010 Gala also recognized  the dedication and achievements of El Museo's outgoing executive director director Julián Zugazagoitia. Oscar de la Renta read a letter from Barbara Walters, who was supposed to be the mistress of ceremonies, that was not only sincere but touching, and began with, "Dear Placido: only an injured heart would keep me from being with you tonight." El Museo del Barrio is New York's leading Latino cultural institution and welcomes visitors of all backgrounds to discover the artistic landscape of Latino, Caribbean and Latin American cultures. ... Read More


The Kitchen's Spring Gala

By Patrick Kelley
Friday, 5/28/2010 4:18 PM
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On Wednesday, The Kitchen held their Spring Gala benefit at Capitale with co-chairs Charlotte Ford, Bill Ford, Jaqueline Reses, Matt Apfel, Melanie Shorin and Greg S. Feldman. The event honored David Byrne and proceeds went to support artistic and production fees for The Kitchen's annual presenting season. The Kitchen is one of New York's Oldest nonprofit performance and exhibition spaces, showing experimental work by innovative artists, both emerging and established. Programs range from dance, music and theatrical performances  to video and media arts exhibitions to literary events. Since its inception in 1971, The Kitchen has been a powerful force in shaping the cultural landscape of this country and has helped launch the careers of many artists who have gone on to worldwide prominence. The evening included performances by  the Dirty Projectors, Doveman, Nico Muhly and St. Vincent. Guests included Josh Hartnett, Justin Theroux, ... Read More


Joan RIvers- Piece of Work

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/27/2010 10:18 PM
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Joan Rivers is a piece of work to say the least. She has survived three ice ages, a few major wars, disco and most recently, a million twenty-something's trying to get her job! In a world of plastic and youth Joan Rivers defies at least one of the above with grace, elegance and quick tongue. Well, for the first time, audiences get to see a side of Joan Rivers in the new documentary Joan Rivers- A Piece of Work. The movie exposes the private dramas of the irreverent, legendary comedian as she hustles to keep her job in the ever-changing L.A. cuture. The documentary takes the audience on a year long ride with Joan Rivers in her 76th year of life; it peels away the mask of an iconic comedian, laying bare both the struggles and thrill of living as a groundbreaking female performer. Guests included Jeff Ross, ... Read More


2010 Caron Gala

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/27/2010 9:29 PM
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Dr. Oz, Art Garfunkel, Patti LaBelle and Paul Hokemeyer came together Wednesday night for the 2010 Caron Treatment Center's New York City Gala to raise awareness for alcohol and drug addiction and to recognize individuals in the community who have given their time and resources to help those in need. Guests at the event were able to enjoy an intimate performance by Patti LaBelle and Art Garfunkel while listening to stories of addiction, struggle and what it takes to overcome the disease. The Caron Treatment Center is a nationally recognized non-profit provider of alcohol and drug addiction treatment. For more than 50 years Caron Treatment Facilities have provided people with a chance to turn their lives around, offering primary, relapse and extended residential treatment centers for young adults, adults and adolescents as well as family member effected by addiction.


Art Garfunkel


AOL Celebrate's 25th Anniversary with Chuck Close

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/27/2010 9:05 PM
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Last Night, AOL celebrated its 25th Anniversary as the company kicked off its Project on Creativity with legendary artists Chuck Close at the New Museum. Over 600 guests from the worlds of art, media and technology came together for the historic occasion. The event featured portraits by Chuck Close of some of the world's leading innovators and creative visionaries including the Dalai Lama, Gus Van Sant and Claire Danes. The portraits are representative of the work that Close will be creating as part of the collaboration. Also, they will be joining forces for 25 for 25, a scholarship program that will grant 25 students scholarships of $25,000. The collaboration is an ideal way for AOL to celebrate its achievements while looking forward to its future within the creative community. The night also featured a special performance by John Legend.


Andy Spade, Chuck Close, Tim
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20th Anniversary of Black Alumni of Pratt

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/27/2010 8:06 PM
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On Wednesday the Black Alumni of Pratt celebrated their 20th Anniversary with a  formal dinner at the Four Seasons Restaurant. Deborah Roberts and Al Roker served as the emcees for evening and honorees included Lee Daniels, Naeem Khan, Ranjana Khan and Annette de la Renta. The Black Alumni of Pratt was founded in 1990 to identify and advance scholastic and professional opportunities for Pratt Alumni and talented, yet needy students of African American and Latino descent attending Pratt. What began as a small gathering of professionals has grown into a successful organization of Alumni, Friends and corporations that have raised over $2.2 Million in stipends and scholarship funds, $1.6 million in endowed scholarship fund, $193,000 in full-time scholarships and room and board for seniors and $335,000 in stipends for materials and supplies. The Black Alumni of Pratt have set the highest standard for ... Read More


Glastonbury

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/25/2010 7:08 PM
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British Designer Mulberry dipped into the publishing world to sponsor the publication of Venetia Dearden's new book of photography, Glastonbury, Another Stage. The launch party Tuesday night at Milk Studios was hosted by Emma Hill, Mulberry Creative Director, and featured the debut of never-before-seen portraits of her Glastonbury photographs that will be displayed in select Mulberry stores. The night also featured special performances by Kelis, Chairlift and Mano de Dios. Celebrating Glastonbury's 40th anniversary, the book is a selection of portraits of festival goers, artists and performers, combined with stunning scenic shots that highlight the festival's unique atmosphere.


Venetia Dearden


2010 Red Ball Gala

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/25/2010 6:02 PM
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On Tuesday, Right to Play, with emcee Bob Costas, hosted the second Red Ball Gala to recognize Dr. Harvey W. Schiller, Chairman and CEO of GlobalOptions Group, and former Executive Director and Secretary General of the United States Olympic Committee and Donna de Varona, two-time Olympic champion, Emmy Award-winning broadcaster, for their contributions to the Olympic movement and promoting the best values of sports and play. Right To Play aims to create a healthier and safer world through the power of play, as well as improve the lives of children in some of the most disadvantaged areas in the world by using sports and play for development, health and peace. Guests included the very best speed skater in the universe, from West Allis, Wisconsin, DAN JANSEN.


B5 Media Launch

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/25/2010 5:29 PM
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B5Media proudly presented their three brand new women's sites The Gloss, Crushable and Blisstree, which deliver everything from pop culture to fashion and beauty, wellness and health. The event Tuesday night at Kingswood Restaurant featured specialty cocktails The Retro Snap and The Kate Moss, presented by Gloss, the fashion site. Crushable presented music by Ultragrrrrrrl and Blisstree presented gluten-free, egg-free cupcakes.



Carrie Diaries

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/25/2010 4:56 PM
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The Daily Beast & St. John welcomed guests Tuesday night to St. John Boutique for a discussion with Candace Bushnell on the publication of her new book The Carrie Diaries. The event, moderated by Tina Brown, also featured a book signing and cocktail reception. The book is a novel about the life of Carrie Bradshaw as a teen, before climbing the ranks of relationship columnist and before a long series of failed relationships. Sponsor St. John, founded in 1962, is one of the premier names in American Fashion and renowned for its knits, started as a small family operation. Now, of course, it is a global operation synonymous with high fashion. Co-sponsor the Daily Beast, provides a smart, up-to-the minute, speedy read of what is happening in politics, world affairs, finance, science, culture and more. Guests in attendance included Fern Mallis, George Sharp, ... Read More


2010 Party In the Garden

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/25/2010 3:44 PM
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MoMA held their Party in the Garden Benefit honoring Ronald and Jo Carole Lauder Tuesday night with a special performance by Karen O and Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. The party honors the Lauders in recognition of their philanthropic endeavors and contributions to the cultural community. The Party in the Garden benefits the Annual Fund of the Museum of Modern Art and the maintenance of The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden. The party also benefits the general operating fund, helping to make possible the Museum's educational programs and the care, study and exhibition of it's collection. Guests included Nicole Miller, Prudence Fairweather, Chuck Close, Hugh Jackman, Glenn Close, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Danka Pincos.


Karen O, Nick Zinner


Author's Guild Dinner

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/25/2010 3:03 PM
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The Author's Guild, the nation's leading advocate for writer's interests in effective copyright protection, fair contracts and free expression, held Their annual Foundation dinner at the Tribeca Rooftop Monday night. Founded in 1912, the Authors Guild is the nation's oldest and largest professional society of published authors, representing more than 8,000 writers. The Guild, and it's parent organization, the Authors League of America, have given strength to individual authors through the collective power and voice of their members. The Authors Guild Board of Directors includes such writers as Judy Blume, Barbara Taylor Bradford and Mary Higgins Clark just to name a few.


Roy Blount, Garrison Keillor, Sidney Offit, Jim Bouton


ARTRAGEOUS

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/25/2010 1:35 PM
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ARTRAGEOUS, a unique fundraising event benefiting foster children and teens through art, held it's annual Gala Dinner and Art Auction last night at Cipriani Wall Street. Host Kristin Cole, of CBS 2 News, stressed the mission of ARTRAGEOUS and the foundation is goes to benefit, the Edwin Gould Services for Children and Families (EGSCF). The EGSCF has been serving and protecting children residing in childcare in New York City for more than 75 years, and it's ARTRAGEOUS Gala and Auction has raised over $15 Million to date and is now one of the top Foster Care Agencies in New York City. The live auction was presented by Sotheby's and the night featured a special performance by Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds. Other guests included Jeff Koons, Justine Wheeler, Veronica Webb and Frederic Fekkai.


Veronica Webb


Sex and the City 2

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/25/2010 12:32 PM
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OMG! OMG! OMG! That is right ladies and effeminate men, they are back! The ladies of the hit TV show Sex and the City, and monster hit movie Sex and the City, are back for the similarly titled Sex and the City 2. I will sum it up for you. Well, the second movie begs the question "what happens when after you say I do?" How do you take something that is seemingly repetitive, like marriage, and spice it up to add spark? Go to Abu Dhabi, apparently. So they do! Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha, total BFF's, escape to Abu Dhabi and have a girls week. So what happens? Well, Cary bumps into an old flame and Samantha finds a young model looking type whom she seduces. Carrie struggles with relationship issues and Samantha with aging. As far as Miranda and Charlotte are concerned, well, the trailer didn't really ... Read More


Film Society Honors Michael Douglas

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/25/2010 11:45 AM
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On Monday, Michael Douglas was honored by the Film Society of Lincoln Center with the 37th Annual Chaplin Award at Alice Tully Hall. The gala has become one of the most prominent cultural affairs in the film industry, with recent recipients including Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep and Dustin Hoffman. The Film Society of Lincoln Center is America's pre-eminent film presentation organization. Founded in 1969, to celebrate American and International cinema, the film society also strives to recognize and support new filmmakers and to enhance awareness, accessibility and understanding of the art among a broad and diverse film going audience. Guests in attendance included Kirk Douglas, Jimmy Buffet, Brooke Shields, Danny Devito and Toby Mcguire.


Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta Jones



Danny Devito


Holy Rollers

By Patrick Kelley
Monday, 5/24/2010 5:11 PM
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Jesse Eisenberg, Justin Bartha, Ari Graynor, Danny A. Abeckaser and Q-Tip hosted an opening-night after party for the Movie Holy Rollers, Friday Night at CV. The movie tells the real life story of a group of Hasidic Jews from Brooklyn, who smuggled over 1 million pills of ecstasy into the United States in 1998. The party featured music by Scram Jones, and thirty-thousand of the original 1 million pills of ecstasy discussed in the movie. Well maybe not. Guests included Steve Lewis (Jesus of the night life), Cindy Guyer, Maria Guadagno, Joshua Segal, Alex Isaacs and Aesha Waks.


?, Aesha Waks, Liam McMullan


The Drama League

By Patrick Kelley
Monday, 5/24/2010 3:38 PM
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Vanessa Williams and Michael Urie hosted the 75th Annual Drama League Luncheon Awards Ceremony, Friday Afternoon at the Marriott Marquis Hotel. The Drama League's 3000+ members came together to honor performances from the 2009-10 Broadway and Off-Broadway season in the categories of best production of a play, best production of a musical, best revival of a play, musical revival, and the distinguished performance award. The Drama League was founded in 1916 as an association of the theater professionals and patrons dedicated to encouraging the finest professional theatre, and has since developed into the theatre's premiere service organization. Guests included Tony Shalhoub, Scarlett Johansson, Nathan Lane, Liev Schreiber, Kelsey Grammer, Hugh Jackman, David Alan Grier, Angela Lansbury and Mark Paul Gosselaar.


PYT

By Patrick Kelley
Monday, 5/24/2010 2:47 PM
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On Saturday night at 833 Broadway, Anne Huntington and Diane Campbell presented PYT (Pretty Young Thing), the temporary salon-style art show. The show stresses the importance of emerging contemporary artists and the role of their art in personal collections and personal spaces. The event provided an opportunity for young artists and collectors to converse and share ideas in an environment the is both casual and comfortable.


Anne Huntington, Kai Kuhne, Diana Campbell


55th Annual Drama Desk Awards

By Patrick Kelley
Monday, 5/24/2010 1:06 PM
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On Sunday night at LaGuardia Concert Hall at Lincoln Center, Patti LuPone hosted the 55th Annual Drama Desk Awards. The Drama Desk was founded in 1949 to explore jey issues in the theater and to bring together critics and writers in an organization to support the ongoing development of theater in New York. The organization began presenting awards in 1955, and it is the only critics organization to honor achievement in the theater with competition between Broadway, Off Broadway and Off-Off Broadway productions in the same categories. The Drama Desk Awards also invited personal sketches from this year's nominated performers and creative talent for its Art*Kive program, created ten years ago by Sarah Galvin. Art*Kive invited nominees to render a sketch that is relevant to the role or stage production that helped them achieve their nomination. The sketches were displayed during the ceremony. In attendance ... Read More


Modo For Jason Wu

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/20/2010 11:08 PM
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Women's fashion designer Jason Wu and Vogue Senior Accessories Editor Filipa Fino hosted a cocktail party at ILORI, the ultimate destination for luxury and exclusive eyewear, to celebrate Jason Wu's newest sunglass and optical collection with Modo. The Jason Wu collection is a manifestation of electric and diverse background  of its designer Jason Wu, Wu combines modern lifestyle dressing with the spirit and detailing of haute couture in a way that is both innovative and  romantically reflective. Guests at the opening included Mary Alice Stephenson, Becka Diamond and Catherine McNeil.


Filipa Fino, Jason Wu


5th Annual Divas Shope For Opera

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/20/2010 10:45 PM
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Vogue Editor, Hamish Bowles; Sex & The City Stylist, Patricia Field; 1stdibs founder Michael Bruno; novelist and TV journalist Elsa Klensch, Ruben and Isabel Toledo and Lorry Newhouse hosted the 5th Annual Divas Shop For Opera last night at 82Mercer. The most highly anticipated shopping event of the year offered exclusive designer, vintage and collectible clothing, accessories and home furnishings. And as a special feature this year, 25 designers created sketches inspired by a New York Opera character. Participating designers included Narcisco Rodriguez, Carolina Herrera, Christian Lacroix, Rossella Jardini for Moschino, Jason Wu, Ruben Toledo and Victoria Bartlett just to name a few. All proceeds from the evening went to support the design and creation costumes or new productions at New york City Opera.


Hamish Bowles, Lorry Newhouse, George Steel,
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25th Anniversary Event For DIFFA

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/20/2010 9:25 PM
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The Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS (DIFFA) celebrated it's 25th anniversary last night with a fundraiser to kick off its series of summer soirees. David Rockwell, Chairman of DIFFA board of trustees joined Ruben Toledo and Whoopi Goldberg in hosting the event. Thursday's fundraiser at Ink48 Hotel was also sponsored by La Crema Wine. DIFFA is one of the country's largest supporters of direct care for people living with HIV/AIDS and preventive education for those at risk. Supporters included Amy Rosi, Beth Hallo, Valerie Perry, Cari Modine, Audra Canfield, Charles Siegel and Drew McGuckin.


David Rockwell, Whoopi Goldberg


Marcia and Richard Mishaan

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/20/2010 6:31 PM
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On Thursday Marcia and Richard Mishaan honored Harold S. Koplewicz, MD. (Founder and director of the New York University Child Study Center)  Brooke Garber Neidich and the establishment of The Child Study Center Foundation at 180 East 93rd Street. The Child Study Center Foundation's mission is to improve the mental health of children everywhere. There are over 15 million children with psychiatric disorders in the United States, but there are only 7000 child and adolescent psychiatrists, which means that there is a public heath crises. The Foundation plans on transforming children's mental health care through the promotion of groundbreaking scientific research, evidence-based treatment, accessible information and resources and influential advocacy. Guests in attendance included Anne Keating, Doug Benach, Bettina Zilkha, Cindy Guyer, Campion Platt, Mark Rose and Nicole Miller.



Surrey Hotel Introduces Private Rooftop

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/20/2010 6:05 PM
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The newly renovated Surrey Hotel has set itself apart from it's Upper East Side neighbors Thursday night with the unveiling of it's private roof garden on the Penthouse level, available seasonally and exclusively to hotel guests. Party crashers, they will be watching. The serene escape is reminiscent of a garden found atop an Upper East Side family townhouse, and reflects the residential ambiance of the hotel. Lauren Rottet, renowned interior and architectural designer spearheaded the $60 million renovation and also designed the roof garden, which will feature seasonal florals and English Ivy, and affords spectacular views of the city and Central Park.








Express celebrates 30 Years

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/20/2010 5:11 PM
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Express teamed up with VOGUE last night night to celebrate 30 years of fashion at Eyebeam Studio with an event hosted by Chanel Iman, Caroline Trentini, Elettra Wiedemann & Ed Westwick. The fashion destination is commemorated the milestone with a fashion show and a live performance by recording artist W Brown. Much of EXPRESS's successes comes from their ability to keep pace with the changing landscape by staying true to its core personality and thus remaining relevant to generation after generation of fans.


Caroline Trentini, Chanel Iman, Ed Westwick, Elettra Wiedemann


CFDA Honors IMAN

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/20/2010 4:56 PM
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On Thursday afternoon the Council of Fashion Designers of America honored Iman with the 2010 CFDA Fashion Icon Award at Barneys New York. The CFDA is a not-for-profit trade association that leads industry-wide initiatives and whose membership consists of more than 350 of America's foremost womenswear, menswear, jewelry and accessory designers. Iman, legendary supermodel, beauty and fashion mogul, ESSENCE.com blogger and to top it all off, proud mother, is not only savvy business but a role model in the industry. Guests in attendance  included Bobbi Queen, Christiane Amanpour, Cindi Leive, David Bowie, Paul Wilmot and Hamish Bowles.


Iman, David Bowie


Mah Jongg: Crak, Bam, Dot

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/20/2010 2:56 PM
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New York City-Based 2wice Arts Foundation celebrated the release of Mah Jongg: Crak, Bam, Dot, a new book that looks at the game and the mah jongg craze of the 1920's and 30's. The publication was produced as a collaboration between the 2wice Arts Foundation and the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York, which is hosting an exhibition called "Project Mah Jongg," until December.

Mah Jongg- a game more widely known than played or understood, is a true cultural hybrid. With roots in ancient China, it made a lasting impression on American audiences in the 1920'a as has endured as a cultural touchstone ever since. Parts of it cultural hybridity derives from the experience of Jewish women who became closely aligned with the game by the late 1930's and developed the National Mah Jongg League. The book looks into the fascinating history and celebrates the universe of the game as ... Read More


MACGRUBERRRRRRRRR!

By Patrick Kelley
Wednesday, 5/19/2010 7:08 PM
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True Story: Only one American Hero has earned the the rank of Green Beret, Navy Seal and Army Ranger, collecting 16 Purple Hearts and 3 Congressional Medals of Honor. That man is MacGruber, possibly the most lethal man-made object on earth. While he did retire from the life as a trained killer 10 years ago after the sudden death of his fiancé Casey (she was killed), he was brought back to the life he left by his former commanding officer in order to recapture a stolen nuclear weapon which was taken by a black market arms deal, Dieter Von Cunth. MacGruber: The Ultimate Tool, is that man's story. MACGRUBERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!


Reception Honoring Prince Edward

By Patrick Kelley
Wednesday, 5/19/2010 6:44 PM
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In honor of His Royal Highness, The Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex KG KCVO, Geoffrey N. Bradfield opened his private residence for an intimate reception. The event celebrated The Prince and provided an opportunity to hear about all the extraordinary work The Duke of Edinburgh's Award International Association has been doing, of which, the Prince is an International Trustee. The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award focuses on realizing an individual's true potential, equipping them with the like skills needed to make a different to themselves their community and the world. Since 1956, over six million young people  from around the world have helped improve their circumstances by participating in the exciting personal development program. Guests in attendance included.


Highschool Of Fashion Industries

By Patrick Kelley
Wednesday, 5/19/2010 6:09 PM
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On Wednesday the Advisory board of the High School of Fashion Industries welcomed guests to the high school for the 2010 Scholarship Event honoring Joseph Abboud. Christina Neault served as Chairperson and Patti Y. Carpenter as Co-Chair and the night also featured a student fashion show. The High School of Fashion Industries is the only high school of it's kind in the eastern United States. The occupational curriculum devotes itself entirely to the world of fashion, from styling and design to business and marketing. The schools origins date back to 1926 in a garment center loft on 31st street. In the beginning it was largely made up of immigrants trying to build a new life for themselves in this world. In 1941 it was named the Central Needle Trades High School and in 1956 became changed to what it is currently today.


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Creative Time Honor Andrea and Marc Glimcher

By Patrick Kelley
Wednesday, 5/19/2010 5:31 PM
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Creative Time honored legendary gallerists Andrea and Marc Glimcher, the forces behind Pace Gallery, with a gala benefit at Dumpling House on Elizabeth Street. As per the usual with Creative Time, the evening featured their signature brand of excellent contemporary art mixed with offbeat fun. 450 Luminaries from the worlds of Fashion, art and design gathered to celebrate Creative Time and the Glimchers with the theme "Going Global." Creative Art is a 36-year-old , vanguard non-profit art presenter based in New York City. In 2007 the organization began working nationally and this year are working internationally for the first time. The event aimed to raise $1 million in support of Bold, experimental and inspiring public art projects around the globe. Guests included Andre Balazs, Amy Phelan, Beth Rudin DeWoody, Thakoon Panichgul and Carlton DeWoody.

Andre Balazs, Milly Glimcher, Marc Glimcher,
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Fashion Incubator Open House

By Patrick Kelley
Wednesday, 5/19/2010 4:30 PM
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The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) President Seth W. Pinsky and the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) President Diane von Furstenberg today commemorated the opening of the CFDA Fashion Incubator, located at 209West 38th Street. The Fashion Incubator "Is a natural extension of what our organization already does to support emerging design talent," said CFDA Associate Executive Director Lisa Smilor. The CFDA Fashion Incubator accommodates up to 12 designer brands, each of which will retain a separate design studio, ranging from 250 to 700 square feet in size. Newmark Holdings is providing each brand with a two-year lease at below-market rates.


Seth Pinsky, Diane von Furstenberg, Eric Gural, Lisa Smilor


A Celebration of Chintz

By Patrick Kelley
Wednesday, 5/19/2010 3:57 PM
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Schumacher welcomed guests to their showroom Monday afternoon to honor Albert Hadley with a champagne reception. Hadley, premier American interior decorator, has been lauded with numerous international design awards for his creative output and ability to utilize varying styles such as modern, Victorian and Georgian. His client list includes Vice President Al Gore, Diane Sawyer and Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis. F. Schumacher & Co. prides it's self on its commitment to superb quality and superior design to interiors where only the finest products will suffice, including the White House, The Chambers of the United States Supreme Court and countless distinguished residencies.


FDNY Foundation Dinner

By Patrick Kelley
Wednesday, 5/19/2010 2:30 PM
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On Tuesday the FDNY held their annual Foundation Dinner at the New York Hilton. The Humanitarian Awards Dinner is their premier fundraising event, bringing out the best to solute New York's bravest and the most courageous work they perform everyday. Last night's event honored Louis Chênevert, Chairman & CEO of the United Technologies Corporation, and the FDNY USAR team, who have been commended for their recent efforts in Haiti. Maria Bartiromo of CNBC's Closing Bell, served as the master of ceremonies. The FDNY Foundation, founded in 1981, was established to fund fire safety education in NYC, and the professional development, training and education of members of the FDNY. Proceeds from the dinner help to sustain the mission of the FDNY Foundation.


John Nykiel, Dave Harney


DVF honors Carlos Jereissati

By Patrick Kelley
Wednesday, 5/19/2010 1:30 PM
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On Tuesday night Diane von Furstenberg welcomed guests to her studio for a dinner to honor Carlos Jereissati, CEO Iguatemi Brazil. Iguatemi was established in 1979 as a limited company but later became  a corporation in 1983. It is a company of Grupo Jereissati that operates the shopping center industry which creates more than 1,500 direct jobs and over 11,000 indirect jobs. Guests in attendance included Veronica Webb, Scott Mitchem, Francisco Costa, Nadine Johnson, Dustin Yellin and Carlos Souza.


Carlos Jereissati, Diane von Furstenberg


JNBY Launch

By Patrick Kelley
Wednesday, 5/19/2010 12:20 PM
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On Monday night, JNBY and The Smile joined together to celebrate the launch of JNBY New York at 75 Greene Street. The evening featured cocktails, dim sum by Chinatown Brasserie's Joe Ng, and a special performance by Lissy Trullie. In 1994 Hangzhou JNBY Finery Co., Ltd. was founded and JNBY Since 1994 was launched that same year. JNBY has been moving across the world and in 2008 landed in North American, but sadly in Canada. But now, JNBY Since 1994 has found a home here in lovely New York City as we couldn't be happier to welcome. Guests included Leo Fitzpatrick, Asher Roth, Zan Zi and Bonnie Morrison.


Leo Fitzpatrick


Lissy Trullie, Performance


Audubon Women in Conservation

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/18/2010 7:10 PM
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The National Audubon Society welcomed guests Tuesday afternoon to The Plaza for the Women In Conservation Luncheon 2010 Rachel Carson Awards. The luncheon honored Suzanne Lewis, Superintendent, Yellowstone National Park, Isabella Rossellini, actress, director, writer and environmental activist, Dr. Beth Stevens, Senior Vice President Environmental Affairs, Disney Worldwide Services and the Tiffany & Co. Foundation. The Master of Ceremonies for the event was Anne Thompson, NBC News Chief Environmental Affairs Correspondent. Audubon's Women in Conservation Program represents an important opportunity for women and girls to discover the world of conservation and connect with women leaders whose work has been crucial to the environmental movement. In Attendance were Allison Rockefeller, Claire McKeon, Tracy Snyder, Holt Thrasher and Fernanda Kellogg.


Suzanne Lewis, Fernanda Kellogg, Holt Thrasher, Anne Thompson, Dr. Beth Stevens, Isabella Rossellini, Allison Rockefeller


New Dramatists 61st Annual Luncheon

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/18/2010 5:46 PM
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The New Dramatists honored Julie Taymor Tuesday afternoon at their 61st Anniversary Spring Luncheon Tribute. The luncheon, which took place at the New York Marriott Marquis' Broadway Ballroom, also celebrated the New Dramatist's mission, which is to support and develop playwrights. Founded in 1949 by Michaela O'Harra, the unique organization has fostered the work of over 600 playwrights early in their careers, including some of the most revered and influential playwrights of our time, which have gone on to win 16 Pulitzers, 24 Tony's, 68 Orbies, 17 DramaDesk Awards, 4 MacArthur Fellowships and 12 Susan Smith Blackburn Awards. Guests in attendance included Scarlett Johansson, Matthew Modine, Valerie Harper, David Alan Grier, Chris Sarandon and Liev Schreiber.


Scarlett Johansson


The Rug Company

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/18/2010 3:25 PM
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The Rug Company celebrated the unveiling of their new showroom in Soho Monday night with a cocktail reception. Founded in 1997 by Christopher and Suzanne Sharp, their mission is to create rugs that are beautiful, original and distinctive and will eventually become heirlooms to be cherished. Each rug is entirely handmade, using the finest natural yarns, by craftsman whose skills have been passed down for generation. Not only does their craftsmanship go above and beyond other rug makers but their designers are some of the world's most distinguished.


Suzanne Sharp, Christopher Sharp


T Magazine and ABC Carpet Present Deepak Chopra

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/18/2010 3:00 PM
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T: The New York Times Style Magazine and abc carpet & home hosted an event last night that featured an intimate conversation with Deepak Chopra. Chopra is a world-renowned authority in the field of mind-body healing, a best-selling author, and the founder of the Chopra Center for Well Being. Heralded by Time Magazine as the "poet-profit of alternative medicine," he is also the host of the popular weekly Wellness Radio program on Sirius/XM Stars. T: The New York Times Style Magazine is a perfect bound magazine dedicated to fashion, living, beauty, holiday, travel and design coverage. The magazine was launched in August 2004 and is published 15 times year and distributed within the Sunday edition of the New York Times newspaper. Since December 2007, an international edition has been distributed with the weekend edition of the International Herald Tribune.


Deepak Chopra, Donna Karan


Hearst Magazine Toasts New Editors

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/18/2010 1:55 PM
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Cathie Black, President, Hearst Magazine, hosted a toast to the new editors of House Beautiful, Redbook, Town & Country and Veranda, Monday night at the Top of the Standard Hotel. Hearst Magazine, a unit of Hearst Corporation, is one of the world's largest publishers of monthly magazines, with 14 U.S. titles and nearly 200 international editions. The Company also publishes 20 magazines in the United Kingdom through its wholly-owned subsidiary, National Magazine Company. In attendance were Newell Turner (editor-in-chief of House Beautiful), Dara Capronigro (editor-in-chief of Veranda), Steven Drucker (editor-in-chief Town & Country), Deb Shriver, Tom Harvey and Brooke Neidich.


Newell Turner, Dara Capronigro, Jill Herzig, Stephen Drucke


Lissoni Launch

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/18/2010 1:13 PM
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On Monday evening Piero Lissoni, architect and designer, celebrated a launch at the Lissoni/Boffi Showroom on Greene Street. Known for "his work with a mastery of proportion and acute sensitivity for the subtlety that distinguishes the common from the insightful, Lissoni never designs for a specific function or purpose, but designs for human beings." Guests at the launch included Ian Schrager, Pola Bamberg, Linda Tischler and Massimo Grassi.


Piero Lissoni, Ian Schrager


American Ballet Theater 2010 Spring Gala

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/18/2010 12:21 PM
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On Monday the American Ballet Theatre celebrated the opening of its 70th anniversary season with its annual Spring Gala the the Metropolitan Opera House. The gala celebration featured the stars of the ABT in highlights from the spring season. The event also included a performance by ABT II, a small classical company of fourteen young dancers of outstanding potential. This years gala will also recognize David Koch, for his 25 years as a trustee of the company. Honorary Chairmen for the evening included Caroline Kennedy and Blaine Trump, with chairs Danielle Ganek, Anne Grauso and Caryn Zucker.


Audemars Piguet's "Time to Give"

By Patrick Kelley
Tuesday, 5/18/2010 11:39 AM
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On Monday night, Audemars Piquet celebrated their Time To Give celebrity watch auction to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. The event featured watches signed by such a-listers as Jay-Z, Meryl Streep, Hugh Jackman, Whoopi Goldberg and Kelsey Grammer, with some watches fetching and excess of $100,000. Time to Give is a historic collaboration between renowned Swiss watchmaker Audemars Piquet and The Tony Awards for the highly exclusive event at the Four Seasons. Broadway Cares/Equity Fight AIDS, whom the event went to benefit, is one of the nation's leading industry-based, nonprofit AIDS fundraising and grant-making organizations. By drawing upon the talents, resources and generosity of the American theatre community, since 1988 BC/EFA has raised over $175 million for essential services for people with AIDS and other critical illness across the United States.


Jay-Z, Francois-Henry Bennahmias


FLOS Opening

By Patrick Kelley
Monday, 5/17/2010 10:05 PM
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FLOS celebrated the opening of their First flagship store Saturday night with a cocktail reception and showing of the new digs. Flos was founded in 1962 by Dino Gavina and Cesare Cassina to produce modern lighting and develop new lighting concepts. Today, today they are an international organization that offers a complete range of residential, commercial and even custom-made lighting products that can be seamlessly integrated in an office hotel or store. Since FLOS was founded they have won multiple awards, most recently of which was the Annual International Lighting Design Award for the Hotel International in Geneva. Their innovation and designs have made them an industry leader over the years are their continued growth is a testament to their successes.


Marco Piscitelli, Antonio Citterio, Piero Gandini


Fornasetti Vases at Barneys

By Patrick Kelley
Monday, 5/17/2010 9:38 PM
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On Friday night, Fornasetti unveiled a new line of vases by Bitossi Ceramiche that are on display at Barneys through June 27th. The fresh characters that have been added to the family of Fornasetti vases give a humorous twist to Piero Fornasetti's iconic prints, such as the face of his enigmatic muse Lina Cavilleri. Each of the designs is produced in limited edition and once sold out, will be replaced by a new personality. Also, all vases are offspring of the original, a chalk mold of a vase designed by Piero Fornasetti in the 1950's that never made it into production and was later found in the cellar by his son Barnaba.



Free Arts

By Patrick Kelley
Monday, 5/17/2010 9:14 PM
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Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen hosted the 12th Annual Free Arts Auction Friday night at Saatchi and Saatchi. Since 1998, Free Arts NYC has provided under-served children with a unique combination of arts and mentoring programs, providing a safe place for them to explore their talents creatively while building the confidence and self-esteem needed to realize their fullest potential. This years event was presented by David Yurman, phenom in the world of fine jewelry, and Vanity Fair, the worlds arbiter of modern society, power and personality. Guests in attendance included Amy Fine Collins, Amy Phelan, Elliot Koakley, Alice Koakley, John Varvatos, Joyce Varvatos and Hilary Rhoda.


Ashley Olsen, Mary Kate Olsen



Michelle-Marie Heinemann and Terri Linvall Team up with YCP

By Patrick Kelley
Monday, 5/17/2010 8:45 PM
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Friday night at The National Arts Club, Michelle-Marie Heinemann and Terri Lindvall held a lecture and private dinner to benefit the Yorkville Common Pantry. Patrons and board members of the Yorkville were in attendance as Michelle-Marie and and Terri discussed the inspiration that goes into creating a work of art and what they consider major influences in their pieces. For Michelle-Marie, she explained how she pulls inspiration and style from expressionism with a touch of modern influences as well. The speech was both enlightening and inspiring as guests got a chance to see the process and motivation behind creation and creativity. 10% of the proceeds for the evening went to the Yorkville Common Pantry, which is dedicated to reducing hunger while promoting dignity and self-sufficiency. YCP champions the cause of the hungry through food pantry and meal distribution programs, nutrition education, basic hygiene services, homeless support ... Read More


Campari Celebrates 150 years

By Patrick Kelley
Monday, 5/17/2010 8:13 PM
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Campari was the toast of the town Sunday night at the Bowery Hotel for their extravagantly lavish anniversary celebration. Little was left to the imagination as guests and performers bore their hearts and everything else in wild appreciation of the legendary drink. The night featured specialty cocktails and pasties as far as the eye could see. The night featured performances by James Franco, the Word Famous BOB, Miss Tickle, Kalup Linzy and Angie Potani, that provided enough entertainment to last another 150 years. Here's to you Campari and because I don't know Italian, Cheers!

Angie Potani


69th annual Peabody Awards

By Patrick Kelley
Monday, 5/17/2010 7:39 PM
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Today at the Waldorf=Astoria broadcasters, cable and Webcasters, along with producing organizations and individuals were honored at the 69th annual George Foster Peabody Awards. First presented in 1941, the awards program is administered by the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia. Selections are made each spring by the Peabody Board, a 16-member panel of distinguished academics, television critics, industry practitioners and experts in culture and the arts. This years winners included the show Modern Family, The Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Glee and Current TV just to name a few.


Cast of Modern Family


Rainforest Foundation Benefit Concert

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/13/2010 7:40 PM
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The Rainforest Fund, founded by Sting and Trudie Styler celebrated it's 21st birthday last night at the with a benefit concert at Carnegie Hall and after party at The Plaza and more stars than you could shake a stick at. The evening was sponsored Almay, headlined by Sting and also featured Elton John, Lady Gaga and Dame Shirley Bassey. Founded in 1989, in direct response for help from a Kayapoo Indian leader in Brazil who was seeking to protect his people's land and culture, the organization has successfully protected over 115,000 sq km of forest.  It is the mission of the Rainforest Fund to support indigenous and traditional people of the world's rainforests in their efforts to protect their environment. By helping those indigenous, they not only protect a culture but part of some of the worlds most unique eco systems.

Christopher
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Fashion Event With Jason Wu

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/13/2010 7:14 PM
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CFDA-nominated designer Jason Wu, whose signature brand of elegance is favored by society members and celebrities like, held a private preview and shopping event at Bergdorf Goodman with a presentation by designer Anne Slowey, Fashion News Director for Elle magazine. The began with a champagne and hors d'ouvres reception and viewing of the Jason Wu exclusive collection available only at Bergdorf Goodman. All guests also received a $250 gift card for the shopping event that immediately followed the presentation. Former Narciso Rodriguez intern, Jason Wu launched his line in 2006 and quickly became a favorite of downtown starlets who appreciated his signature brand of fuss-free elegance.


Jason Wu, Anne Slowey


Pratt 2010 Fashion Show

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/13/2010 6:25 PM
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The Pratt Institute presented the work by it's graduating senior fashion design students yesterday evening at The Altman Building. The event also honored French designer Catherine Malandrino with the Pratt Institute Fashion Icon Award, presented to her by Kim Hastreiter, co-owner, publisher and editor of Paper Magazine. The show featured 22 of Pratt's graduating seniors, showing off their designs in women's, men's, evening, bridal, sportswear and costume design. Pratt, which was founded in 1887 is one of the largest and most prestigious independent colleges of art design in the United States, offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the schools of architecture, design, information and literary science, and liberal arts and sciences.


Shelby Schwimmer, Ylana Stumer


Women & Science Spring Luncheon

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/13/2010 5:57 PM
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Scientists Jan Breslow and Barry Coller discussed cardiovascular disease and stroke Thursday afternoon at the the 13th Annual Women & Science lecture and luncheon. The event at Rockefeller University, which drew over 400 guests, raised over $1 million to support Rockefeller's women scientists. Founded in 1901, The Rockefeller University was the nation's first biomedical research university and over the years, Rockefeller has been the site of many historic breakthroughs, included the landmark discovery that genes are made of DNA. To date, 23 scientists associated with the University have received the Nobel Prize.

 
Gigi Mortimer, Leslie Vosshall, Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn


AHA Ghan Foundation U.S.A. Benefit

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/13/2010 5:42 PM
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The AGA Foundation, a non-profit, non-denominational international development organization that us committed to alleviation of poverty, hunger, disease, literacy primarily in Asia and Africa held their annual U.S.A. benefit last night at the Payne Whitney Mansion. It is their sole purpose to help communities transform their lives from a situation of poverty to an environment of opportunity and choice. They are currently engaged in over 100 major projects and programs in 18 countries. Guests in attendance included Alexandra Lebenthal, Alan Pepe, Princess Firyal of Jordan, Vanessa von Bismark, Celerie Kemble and Conrad Person.


Conrad Person, Mirza Jahani


Campion Platt Mariner COllection

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/13/2010 4:43 PM
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Last night at the New York Design Center, Roubini Rugs, Works of Art, celebrated the launch of the Campion Platt Mariner Collection. The collection introduces a distinctly fresh approach to the wonderful family of Roubini Rugs, Works of Art. Working closely with the Roubini family and their mastery of modern rug making techniques, Campion created the Mariner Collection inspired by his travels while working extensively in the Turks and Caicos islands over the last 2 years.


Sam Roubini, Campion Platt


Property Celebrates 10yrs.

By Patrick Kelley
Thursday, 5/13/2010 4:18 PM
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Property, the chic home furnishing showroom in Soho which features American and European furniture designs and accents, celebrated it's 10th year Thursday night at their showroom on 14 Wooster Street. The event, hosted by Waris Ahluwalia, Peter Davis and Lucy Sykes commemorated years if design and innovation that have made Property the industry leader that they are today. The showroom's aesthetic is sleekly modern, reflecting interior designer and owner Sabrina Schilcher's love of clean beautiful shapes and her approach to mixing color, interesting objects and vintage artwork with design.


Christiane Celle, Waris Ahluwalia, Sabrina Schilcher


Anthony Dickey's Birthday

By Patrick Kelley
Wednesday, 5/12/2010 9:05 PM
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Kara Young hosted Anthony Dickey's Birthday Party last night at Taj bringing together party goers and hair enthusiasts for the momentous occasion. Dickey has made it his mission over the past 20 years to dispel myths about beauty that are deeply rooted in historical and social experiences, by harnessing the beauty of "kinky, curly and wavy hair." While 60 percent of the world's population has textured hair, it is seldom known how to enhance its natural beauty. Hence, team over at Hair rules. In a time when so many of the faces in magazines tell us that beauty is strait hair with just a slight wave, Dickey and hair rules "encourage you to honor and love you hair." Happy birthday Dickey!


Kara Young, Anthony Dickey


David Stark Book Launch

By Patrick Kelley
Wednesday, 5/12/2010 7:52 PM
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West Elm in Brooklyn held a sneak peak last night for the pop-up installation by the renowned event producer, David Stark, which will feature one-of-a-kind watering cans, garden tools and other surprising creations created by David Stark Design. Known redefining the functions of everyday materials, Stark's signature style emerges in this upcoming installation where even the shoppe walls are constructed by paper. The Flower Shoppe also celebrates the launch of Starks's new book, David Stark Design which is also available at West Elm.


David Stark


Sarah Ruhl's Passion Play

By Patrick Kelley
Wednesday, 5/12/2010 7:22 PM
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Last night At the Irondale Center, Sarah Ruhl's Passion Play made it's New York debut to a packed house of excited patrons. Inspired by the historic festivities where everyday citizen come together to reenact the death and resurrection of Christ, Sarah Ruhl's Passion Play transports audiences from the 16th century where Queen Elizabeth threatens to shut down a small town's production to Spearfish, South Dakota in 1984, where a local production becomes a campaign stop for a famous actor-turned-President running for re-election. Mark Wing-Davey returns as director following his highly acclaimed productions of Sarah Ruhl's Passion Play at the Goodman Theatre and Yale Repertory Theatre.


Cast


Ray-Ban Celebrates AVIATORS

By Patrick Kelley
Wednesday, 5/12/2010 6:57 PM
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Ray-Ban celebrated the re-launch of the more their most iconic frames, the Ray-Ban Aviators: The Essentials. And to kick of the re-launch they threw quite the get-together last night at the Music Hall of Williamsburg with live performances by Iggy Pop & The Stoogies, The Virgins and Free Energy with a set by deejay Roxy Cottontail. Last night's event was the first of two with the next one to take place at London's Scala on the 26th, which will be headlined by the New York Dolls, with support from The Big Pink and the Plastiscines with a DJ set by Jarvis Cocker. Guests in attendance included Agyness Deyn, Ariel Schmidt, Becka Diamond, Mick Rock, Chloe Sevigny, Crystal Simpson and Genevieve Jones.


Becka Diamond, Mick Rock


Launch of Jonathan Adler COllection

By Patrick Kelley
Wednesday, 5/12/2010 6:09 PM
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Jonathan Adler, celebrated interior designer known for quirky prints and his whimsical approach teamed up with 7 For All Mankind, the the first company to truly bring premium denim to scale, to bring you Adler's first ever apparel collection, merging the world of fashion and interior design. The line feature's both men and women's denim and sportwear with three playful themes: rustic, deluxe and pop. The collection is the perfect marriage between Adler's innovation and 7 For All Mankind's sophistication, and beginning on the 12th the line will be available at all 7 for All Mankind boutiques nationwide and online. Guests in attendance included Penn Badgley, Matthew Settle, Simon Doonan, Susan Kellogg, Dylan Lauren, Katrina Bowden, Kelly Bensimon and Jamie-Lynn Sigler.


Dylan Lauren, Penn Badgley, Susan Kellogg


Celebrate Jesuit Volunteers

By Patrick Kelley
Wednesday, 5/12/2010 5:29 PM
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The Jesuit Volunteers Corps (JVC)  celebrated their seventh annual benefit last night at the 1914 Classical Revival courtyard atrium of Regis High School on Manhattan's Upper East Side. The event honored all the Jesuit Volunteers around the world with a particular emphasis on over two dozen currently working in the New York City Area. The JVC is an international program based out of Baltimore and operated by five local program offices in order to understand community needs, retain regional ties and provide strong personal and programmatic support to the volunteers. Usually recent college graduates, the JVC members make a commitment to serving where the are most needed to work with people who are marginalized by society. In all, roughly 320 JV's a year work in the United States and seven countries around the world. Since the first Jesuit Volunteers traveled to Cooper Valley, Alaska in 1956, JVC has ... Read More


Parkinson's Disease Foundation "Bal du Printemps" Gala

By Patrick Kelley
Wednesday, 5/12/2010 4:32 PM
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The Parkinson's Disease Foundation (PDF) held its annual Bal du Printemps Gala Wednesday evening at The Pierre. Every year, philanthropic leaders joint together at the event to raise funds to support the organization as well as honor individuals who have committed so much of their time to the cause. The PDF is a leading national presence in Parkinson's disease research, educating and private advocacy. Founded in 1957 by William Black, the Founder of Chock Full o'Nuts, PDF was the first national non-profit organization to focus on Parkinson's disease and has raised over $80 million worth of scientific research in Parkinson's disease, supporting the work of leading scientists throughout the world.


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