Legendary documentary filmmaker who has chronicled the famous and infamous moments in contemporary culture had two reason to celebrate at his annual holiday bash.
Cynthia and Dan Lufkin and Audra McDonald hosted a cocktail reception at the Montblanc flagship store at the corner of 57th Street and Madison Avenue to unveil the Juilliard Centennial Celebration Ateliers Privés Fountain Pen.
The Opening Night Preview party for Antiques & Fine Art at the Armory was successful in raising $100,000 for The Boys’ Club of New York.
The American Hotel, courtesy of proprietor Ted Conklin, was the setting for a celebration of Sag Harbor’s Christopher Norwood and the first ever benefit for the organization she founded 15 years ago, Health People.
Held at the prestigious Marlborough Gallery on 57th Street to thank all the people over the past year that have supported its mission.
Tuft, popular among the local crowd, drew a packed house that included at least a dozen East End artists.
On the proverbial “Black Friday,” the Parrish Art Museum launched an elegant alternative to spinning wildly through the malls, the annual Parrish Presents three-day long silent auction and flea market.
Two of the East Ends top chef/caterers, natives Frank Tramontano and Mary Spellman will be featured in special episodes of The Food Network TV’s hot new series “Behind The Bash”, hosted by Giada DeLaurentis, daughter of famed filmmaker Dino DeLaurentis, throughout Thanksgiving weekend.
Local award-winning artist and woodturner, Harry Wicks showcased his work in one of the Castello di Borghese galleries and gave a woodturning (lathe) demonstration.
The 18th Annual Holiday Bazaar at Sotheby’s on York Avenue at 72nd Street was open free all day Friday and Saturday, November 18th and 19th for this wonderful event.