Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber, Mariska Hargitay and Peter Hermann, Bethenny Frankel, Kelly Rutherford, and Richard Kind were whisked away to Neverland during a viewing of "Pan" at The Ziegfeld Theater in New York City. The film's stars, Hugh Jackman, Rooney Mara, Garrett Hedlund, and Levi Miller, were also in attendance.
Urban pop artist Rich Simmons' latest series of works, "Misfits," is currently on view at the Soho Contemporary Art Gallery on The Bowery from Friday, October 2nd through Sunday, October 18th. The gallery celebrated the artist’s second show with an opening reception where 100 guests enjoyed Simmons' colorful comic works.
Rolex presented Career Transition For Dancers’ “30th Anniversary Pearl Jubilee: A Star-Studded Retrospective” in association with the Lloyd E. Rigler - Lawrence E. Deutsch Foundation, at New York City Center. The spectacular show was a gala celebration of Career Transition For Dancers: 30 Years Changing Lives!
Attendees gathered over the beautiful first weekend of fall at LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton for its Landscape Awards Luncheon. The afternoon paid tribute to Dan Hinkley, who received the Landscape Award, presented by Jamaica Kincaid, and Elizabeth Scholtz, who received the Garden Leadership Award, presented by Scot Medbury. Before Hinkley was honored, he led a lecture at Hoie Hall, which was introduced by Martha Stewart.
Both local and global musicians helped fill the streets and businesses of Sag Harbor with live music during the 5th annual Sag Harbor American Music Festival. The free Saturday concerts began with Escola De Samba BOOM, a 30-piece percussion band.
Southampton SeptemberFest returned to Southampton for its 5th annual Village-wide modern harvest celebration of local history, art, food, music and more.
The Southampton Historical Museum joined in on the 5th annual Southampton SeptemberFest festivities by hosting a Harvest Day Fair. Held at the Rogers Mansion, the annual happening celebrated life during the 18th and 19th century.
If the New York Women's Foundation (NYWF) hadn't existed, Jean Shafiroff would have created her own 501 (C)(3) for women to empower women. So, Shafiroff brought her passion to them. And the yearly luncheon she hosts at Le Cirque on behalf of NYWF has become our first philanthropic flirt with fall. Soledad O'Brien moderated this year's panel discussion, on generational giving, with Helen LaKelly Hunt (Founder & President of The Sister Fund; Founder & Chair Emerita of The New York Women's Foundation) and her daughter Leah Hunt-Hendrix (activist, organizer and Co-Founder/Director of Solidaire). The Hunt mother/daughter team recently launched The Hildegard Fund, which is partnering with the NYWF to address the persisting wage gap that exists, particularly for women of color.
A star-studded New York City premiere of "The Intern" at The Ziegfeld Theater brought out the film's stars Anne Hathaway, Robert De Niro, Andrew Rannells, and JoJo Kushner, along with Mariah Carey, Trudie Styler and Sting, Henry Winkler, Adam Devine and Chloe Bridges, Bob Balaban, Helen York, Nolan Gerard Funk, Anders Holm, and Christian Siriano.
Hollywood elite gathered at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California to celebrate the Emmys, the official start of the 2015 awards season. HBO was the big winner of the night, taking home 14 awards, including outstanding drama award for "Game of Thrones" and outstanding comedy award for "Veep."