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Last Night In NYC, the Glamourai's Kelly Framel attended the Phillips House Fine Jewelry celebration at Saks Fifth Avenue. Later on, she was joined by Solange Knowles, who DJ'd a private cocktail party to celebrate SaksFirst. Finally, Framel made a stop at The Cleveland for a pre-Fashion Week celebration dinner with Byrne Notice and G.H Bass & Co., and more!
Last night, Jared Kushner and Peter Davis launched Scene Magazine at Double Seven, Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld hosted the opening night of Nicolas Pol: Neverlodge exhibit, Terence Koh and Cindy Sherman attended the opening night of Stephen Petronio Company, Elizabeth Olsen celebrated the NYC premiere of her new movie Silent House at the Stone Rose Lounge, The Art Show Gala Preview was held at the Park Avenue Armory, and so much more. Last night's parties were all about party hopping. More»
Last night Jen Gatien, Peter Gatien's daughter, screened her film "Limelight" and partied at Westway after, Haunch of Venison celebrated their new location, Beyonce showed off her new fragrance at Dream Downtown, Avenue Magazine held an art and antiques showcase, and so much more! Last night's parties were all about what's new and what's old!
The Frick Collection held their annual summer soiree; Bottegga Veneta debuted their first women's fragrance in a beautiful mansion; Khloe Kardashian partied for HPNOTIQ; Robin Thicke sang for Remy Martin; a BBQ joint opened; bloggers came out for Macy's, Victoria's Secret Angels spun for good. Last night's parties spread their wings. More»
[Tracy Stern w/ The Real Housewives of New Jersey. Photos by NEIL RASMUS for PMc] Last night, Tracy Stern celebrated the launch of her new book Tea for You: Blending Custom Teas to Savor and Share at The Charles Sales Gallery on the Upper East Side. The book includes Tracy’s delicious secrets of combining herbs, spices, and botanicals to create a one-of-a-kind tea experience.
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Wednesday, June 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.