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New York School of Interior Design Spring Benefit Honoring Geoffrey Bradfield and Laurie D. Olin

By Tia Walker
Tuesday, 5/14/2013 9:44 PM
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Geoffrey Bradfield


The cocktail party was nearly packed upon early arrival to The Asia Society on Tuesday, April 30. The soiree? The New York School of Interior Design (NYSID), a private, not-for-profit college devoted exclusively to interior design education and related disciplines, honored two industry luminaries, Geoffrey Bradfield and Laurie D. Olin. Alexa Hampton, a renown interior designer and NYSID Trustee, served a Benefit Chair.

The event, attended by industry guests and supporters of the college, was a virtual who's who of New York's interior design world. Over cocktails and hors' d'oeuvres, one could hear riveting conversations and congratulations to the honorees. Following the cocktail hour, VIPS ascended to the rooftop terrace for an elegant seated dinner and the presentation of awards.



Laurie D. Olin


Geoffrey Bradfield is an Architectural Digest Dean of American Design. On this night, he was the recipient of ... Read More


Seen Heard Known Magazine Spring Launch

By Tia Walker
Wednesday, 5/1/2013 10:53 PM
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Chelsea Leyland and Rachel Sutton


What a party! "Seen Heard Known" or "SHK", if you prefer, celebrated its Spring launch on Wednesday, April 24th, at Le Baron Chinatown. The launch was hosted by Rachel Sutton, Emily Marucci, Liz Vap, Tommy Saleh and Alex Catarinella.

The party, to celebrate DJ Chelsea Leyland as SHK's latest cover girl, drew downtown hipsters who were ready to party hard! Upon our early arrival, the velvet rope suddenly went up, courtesy of Tommy Saleh. The timing couldn't have been better, as a single-file line began literally snaking down the narrow street.



Michael Cummings and Joshua Hubbard


Early on, the drinks flowed. The first floor lounge was neatly set with each table sporting a few cans of Mercy and a reserved seating sign. Timo Weiland was DJing effortlessly against the flash of photographers. The flash was so rapid it ... Read More


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