Daniel Radcliffe gave the Tony Awards the finger by taking home two Broadway.com trophies; Corey Feldman gave the peace sign and ate some vegan food for farm animals; Chloe Sevigny, Scott Campbell and more came out for Dia: Beacon's Spring Benefit; a book on the best of architecture launched and more. This weekend's parties were designed for fun!
Broadway.com AUDIENCE AWARDS
Where: Lincoln Center Jazz
Other Details: Vanessa Williams hosted the ceremony for the Broadway.com awards, which allowed theater fans to vote for their favorites. While Harry Potter's Daniel Radcliffe may have been snubbed for a Tony, he went home with two awards. Suck it Mormons! [Via]
FARM SANCTUARY'S 25th Anniversary Gala
Where: Cipriani Wall Street
Other Details: Corey "Mouth" Feldman was in the house wearing his sunglasses at night! In Cipriani! Which is soooooo '80's. Do you think he knows it is not the '80's anymore? Do you think his fame as a child star stunted him forever? Do you think he is a "Lost Boy"? I worry that Corey Feldman sometimes sits in his garage and flips through old, dusty, yellowed and cracking issues of Tiger Beat and cries. He and other guests were treated to a three course gourmet vegan dinner and ceremony honoring those who do their part to protect farm animals. [Via]
DIA : Beacon Spring Benefit [More photos HERE]
Who Was There: Scott Campbell, Chloe Sevigny, Shirley Cook , Justinian Kfoury, Amy Greenspon, Pierre Rougier, Jack McCollough, Sandy Brant, Lazaro Hernandez, Jonathan Rose, Diana Rose, Philippe Vergne, Alison Spear, Nathalie de Gunzburg
Other Details: Dia Art Foundation, started by Phillipa de Menil, Dash Snow's great aunt, held its annual Spring Benefit at Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries this Sunday afternoon with co-chairs Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler. Chloe Sevigny, violin virtuoso Hahn-Bin, philanthropists Stacey and Matthew Bronfman, Amy Cappellazzo of Christie’s, and other guests enjoyed coffee in the garden followed by a performance of Robert Whitman’s multimedia installation MoonRain, lunch, and a gallery tour with curator Yasmil Raymond. Get more details HERE and be sure to take a look at more photos HERE.
AOL Presents Seven on Seven Conference After Party [More photos HERE]
Where: The New Museum
Who Was There: Angela Riechers, Brett Phares, Camille Utterback, Kellan Elliott-McCrea, Jordana Roberts, Plus Azi, Brian Droitcour, Ben Fino-Radin, Michael Bell-Smith, Chet Gulland
Other Details: Presented by AOL, Seven on Seven paired seven leading artists with seven game-changing technologists in teams of two to develop something new—be it an application, social media, artwork, product, or whatever they imagine—over the course of a single day. Challenging. Be sure to take a look at more photos HERE.
Campari's "Spirited Fete For The Senses" at The 2011 Manhattan Cocktail Classic
Where: The Box
Who Was There: Padma Lakshmi, Tony Abou-Ganim, Count Negroni, Christy Pope, Chad Solomon
Other Details: Mixologists got together with special guest and muse, Padma Lakshmi, to come up with drinks inspired by the Top Chef judges latest book Tangy, Tart, Hot and Sweet. The drinks were no doubt phenomenal.
The New York Photo Festival for SLIDELUCK POTSHOW XVI
Other Details: Guests came out for the annual Slideluck Potshow, a non profit organization that produces potluck dinners followed by a multimedia slide show of photographic arts. Pork and macaroons were a favorite. [Via]
Relative Space and Juergen Mayer H. open "Berlin Happens". [More photos HERE]
Other Details: Hitting town this weekend was the global traveling exhibit of Berlin-based architectural, industrial, graphic and fashion design curated by esteemed German Architect Juergen Mayer H. Be sure to take a look at more photos HERE.
Abitare: 50 Years of Design [More photos HERE]
Other Details: Over 400 guests came out to celebrate the launch of The best of architecture – interiors – fashion – travel – trends, with cocktails and Italian food. Be sure to take a look at more photos HERE.
An Evening With Isheeta Ganguly [More photos HERE]
Where: National Arts Club
Other Details: Cocktails and an Indian-Fusion dinner were on the menu for the evening which also included a performance by Indian singing sensation Isheeta Gangul. Be sure to take a look at more photos HERE.