Gloria Estefan, Helen Mirren, Goldie Hawn, Andrew Rannells, "Property Brothers" star Jonathan Scott, Rachel Dratch, and Mikhail Baryshnikov enjoyed an evening on Broadway during the opening night of "An American in Paris." Christopher Wheeldon choreographed and directs the production, which was written by Craig Lucas.
ASPCA paid tribute to Hilary Swank and Edie Falco during their 18th annual Bergh Ball at the Plaza Hotel in New York City. The “pup art” themed soiree was emceed by actress Lake Bell and designer Isaac Mizrahi. Proceeds from the benefit support the ASPCA’s lifesaving work on behalf of homeless, abused and neglected animals.
For those coveting the constructed look — with a twist — consider Victor de Souza's faux sleeves, fur elements, flawless fabrics and finery. Yes, the man behind so many of Manhattan's made to order gowns, is launching a new line, online. To toast the occasion, Jean Shafiroff threw a soiree at Madame Paulette.
"Real Housewives of New York City" stars Ramona Singer, Countess Luann de Lesseps, Sonja Morgan, Heather Thomson, Kristen Taekman, and Carole Radziwill were among attendees at a season 7 premiere party, held at AOA Restaurant in New York City.
Neil Patrick Harris, Laverne Cox, Mary Louise Parker, Alan Cumming, Debi Mazar, Judith Light, and Stacy London were among attendees who gathered for The Center Dinner at Cipriani in New York City, in celebration of the LGBT community. The evening paid tribute to Jeffrey Tambor, Stephen Friedman, and Brian C. Offutt.
Oceana, the largest global organization committed solely to protecting the world's oceans, hosted its New York City Gala. Held at the stunning Pool Room at The Four Seasons Restaurant, the soiree paid tribute to the recent pledge by the Wyss Foundation to Oceana's Save the Oceans: Feed the World campaign. The Wyss Foundation's ten million dollar grant will assist with the rebuilding of fisheries. Hansjörg Wyss, Michael R. Bloomberg, Sam Waterston, Katherine Waterston, and Susan and David Rockefeller hosted the event.
Chic in Chanel, several stars including Dakota Johnson, Pharrell Williams, Julianne Moore, Lily Collins, Alexa Chung, Vanessa Paradis, and Pheobe Tonkin attended a restaging of Chanel's 2014/2015 Metiers D'Art show. Park Avenue Armory in New York City was transformed into a replica of the original show, which was held in Salzburg, Austria at the castle where the "Sound of Music" took place.
Nothing says youth like experimenting with a crazy hair color, and two stars of "Younger" fittingly showed off their vibrant new dos at the show's premiere. While its Sutton Foster's character who receives a makeover to make her look "younger" in the first episode, it was Hilary Duff and Nico Tortorella who were hard to miss on the red carpet with their matching blue hair at the debut of the TV Land show.
The cast of "Mad Men" including January Jones, John Slattery, Jon Hamm, Elisabeth Moss, and Christina Hendricks gathered at the MoMA in New York City for a special screening of the AMC hit. Katie Couric, Andy Cohen, Coco Rocha, Diane Sawyer, Tate Donovan, Lindsay Ellingson, Colin Jost, and Kelly Rutherford were among attendees, who toasted to the final season of "Mad Men."
Magnolia Pictures and The Cinema Society along with Dior Beauty hosted a special screening of "Serena" at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema in New York City. The viewing brought out the film's stars Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, as well as Patricia Clarkson, Ivanka Trump, Kelly Rutherford, Pablo Schreiber, Nicky Hilton, Nolan Gerard, Jill Martin, Beth Ostrosky Stern, Dan Abrams, Jeremy Piven, Josh Lucas, and Victor Garber.