New York Social Diary


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The Costume Council of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) celebrated its 55th season for its members with the event “Opening Night: Glamour Girls,” highlighting the personality and work of renowned society photographer, Patrick McMullan.

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  1. 1. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM New York Notables The Leatherneck Pipes and Drums at the Soldiers’, Sailors’, Marines’, Coast Guard and Airmen’s Club's 12th Annual Military Ball. On Wednesday night just passed, over at Astra at Third Avenue and 59th Street, in the D&D Building, they honored Stars of Design during the D&D’s Annual Fall Market. Mica Ertegun was recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award; Juan Pablo Molyneux received the Interior Design Award; James Givenchy received the Jewelry Design Award; Architecture Award went to Hugh Newell Jacobson; the Landscape Award to Tom Balsley; Sheila Metzner received the Photography Award and Joel Shapiro was recipient of the Art Award. Page 1 of 19
  2. 2. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM James de Givenchy and Charles Juan Pablo Molyneux and Chalres Mica Ertegun and Juan Pablo Cohen Cohen Molyneux Lella and Massimo Vignelli Michele Oka Doner, Sheila Metzner, Thomas Balsley, massimo Vignelli, Lella Vignelli, Dr. Thomas Schutte, and Charles Cohen Dr. Thomas Schutte, Shelia Metzner, and Charles Mario Buatta, Ellen Rubin, and Thomas Schaffer Cohen Page 2 of 19
  3. 3. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM Juan Pablo Molyneux and Pilar John Loecke and Jason Oliver Joel Shapiro and Ellen Phalen Molyneux Nixon Paige Rense, Mario Buatta, and Mica Ertegun Gina de Givenchy, James de Givenchy, and Jane Wong Phillip Gorrivan, Barclay Butera, John Loecke, and Jason Dr. Thomas Schutte and Mrs. Schutte Oliver Nixon Page 3 of 19
  4. 4. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM Charles Cohen, Hugh Newell Jacobsen, Geoffrey Bradfield, Paige Rense, Margaret Dunne and Janis Pilar Molyneux, Mica Ertegun, and Juan Pablo Molyneux Gardener Cecil Sara Balsley and Thomas Balsley John Loring and Paige Rense Ruth and Simon Jacobsen John Kureck and Doug Jones Simon Jacobsen, Lella Vignelli, Hugh Newell Jacobsen, Massimo Vignelli, and Ruth Jacobsen Page 4 of 19
  5. 5. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM Bill Stubbs and Courtney Stubbs John Schaberg and Mica Duffy Ayana Osada and Benjamin Huntington Bianca Irwin, Darren Henault, Scott Salvator, Susan van Berg, and Arzell Powell and Cecil Hayes Michael Zabriskie Charles and Clo Cohen Geoffrey Bradfield and Roric Tobin Janis Gardener Cecil and Michele Oka Doner Page 5 of 19
  6. 6. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM Thomas Balsley, Massimo Vignelli, and Hugh Newell Charles Pavarini III, J. Randall, and Judy Sheridan Jacobsen Two Mondays ago, The Carnegie Hall Notables hosted REVIVAL: Broadway’s Next Act in Zankel Hall in the Carnegie Hall complex. It was a panel discussion moderated by Actress Ana Gasteyer. Panelists included Duncan Sheik, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Adam Shankman, Jerry Mitchell, and Anthony Rapp. The discussion was intended to focus on the fresh approach that composers have recently introduced to Broadway, attracting audiences through a new range of media, from YouTube to MTV. Duncan Sheik, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Adam Shankman, Anthony Rapp, Jerry Mitchell, and Ana Gasteyer Page 6 of 19
  7. 7. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM Anthony Rapp Jimmy Zankel Lin-Manuel Miranda The event was attended by close to 500 guests and immediately following the panel discussion, there was an afterparty at The Russian Team Room sponsored by Heavy Water Vodka. In addition to the discussion, some of the panelists performed songs from new projects: Lin-Manuel Miranda sang “Delivery” recently debuted in the new production of Stephen Schwartz’s 1978 musical, Working. Anthony Rapp performed “Visits to You” from his one-man rock memoir, Without You; Duncan Sheik sang “I Don’t Do Sadness” from his current Broadway musical Spring Awakening as well as “A Purple Trail” from his upcoming production of The Nightingale. Afterparty at The Russian Tea Room. Among those attending were Nellie Mckay, Annaleigh Ashford, Marissa Perry, Jason Tam, Mari Davi, Malan Breton, Phoebe Strole, Bailey Hanks, Ace Young, and Yaya Dacosta. REVIVAL: Broadway’s Next Act is one of many events specifically created by The Notables, Carnegie Hall’s membership program for music enthusiasts in their 20s and 30s. For more information visit The evening was also underwritten by Pia and James Zankel. James is the son of Judy and Arthur Zankel, whom the hall is named after. James welcomed guests and opened the Page 7 of 19
  8. 8. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM evening. Ashley Shaw and Malan Breton Lin-Manuel Miranda, Duncan Sheik, Jerry Mitchell, Ana Gasteyer, and Anthony Rapp Page 8 of 19
  9. 9. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM Pierluigi Ricchiuti, Kim Hastie, Kito Huggins, Zoe Davidson, and Marco Lara Meiland Ossanna Philip Kiracofe and Joanna DePlas Cari Arkin, Alexandra Samuel, Dana Cooper, and Lesley Estep Also in Party Pictures 10.17.08: New York Notables 10.16.08: Fiesta Forever 10.14.08: Expedition America 10.10.08: Playing catch up 10.9.08: Tomorrow is Tonight Alysa Regen, Rachel Andrews, Brooke Carrico, and Laura Kaye Lindsey Ridgway, Bailey Hanks, 10.8.08: Advancing and Autumn Hurlbert the children and the Page 9 of 19
  10. 10. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM the children and the arts 10.7.08: Birthdays, Cinemas, and Neighborhoods 10.6.08: Steps to a Healthier Life 10.2.08: Kicks offs and Lists 10.1.08: A Return to Something Restorative 9.30.08: Exploring the Arts 9.29.08: Grand Finales 9.25.08: Night at the Museum 9.23.08: Moving to Janine DiVita and Ace Young Maria Sapozhnikova, Mukang Cho, Lara Meiland, and Claude Shaw Higher Ground 9.22.08: Fetes all around More Party Pictures >> Adam Shankman and Ana Gasteyer Justin Turkat, Jenny Tay, and Jeremy Yohai Two Fridays ago, one of New York City’s most elegant galas, the Soldiers’, Sailors’, Marines’, Coast Guard and Airmen’s Club (SSMAC) honored the United States Navy at its 12th Annual Military Ball, which is SSMAC’s principal fundraising effort. More than 400 guests attended the black tie event at the Pierre. Governor David Paterson was presented with a special plaque by SSMAC Chairman Ivan Obolensky to honor his role with the New York National Guard and the New York Guard. This year’s Military Ball Grand Chairman was John A. Catsimatidis, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Red Apple Group, Inc. Military Ball Chairmen included Jacqueline Astor Drexel, Robin D. Hubbard and Julia Irene Kauffman. Master of Ceremonies for the evening was the CW11’s senior correspondent, Marvin Scott. As part of the salute to the Navy, Chairman Obolensky presented Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Gary Roughead with the Distinguished Military Leadership Award. Accepting the award for Admiral Roughead was Vice Admiral Melvin G. Williams, Jr. Former Secretary of the Navy the Honorable J. William Middendorf was presented, Page 10 of 19
  11. 11. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM in absentia, with the Service to the Nation Award. The SSMAC Heroes Award, offered this year for the first time, will be given to WWII Tuskegee John and Margo Catsimatidis Airmen Roscoe Brown and George Watson. The SSMAC Distinguished Media Achievement Award, presented each year to a member of the media who has either served in the military or covered the media with distinction, was given to CBS News Correspondent Kimberly Dozier, who was seriously injured by a car bomb while covering the war in Iraq. Presenting Ms. Dozier with her award was Bill Gallo, Daily News cartoonist and columnist and recipient of last year’s Media Award. Coast Guard Glee Club. Alex Donner and his Orchestra provded the music for the evening. Proceeds from the gala went to benefit SSMAC,, a non-profit organization that, since 1919, has provided warm, friendly, and safe accommodations for more than two and a half million men and women of the armed forces, as well as those of our allies. Some notable attendees included Governor Paterson; Ivan Obolensky; Mayor Dinkins; John and Margo Catsimatidis; Vice Admiral Williams; Alison Chase, Susan and Bob Frederick; Jackie and Nick Drexel; Roscoe Brown; Kate and Bob Wickham; Katie Gardner; Robin Hubbard; General George Barker; Kimberly Dozier; Marvin Scott; Joyce Randolph; Yolan Jambor; Hubbard girls (Robin Hubbard's daughters); Bill and Delores Gallo; Sherry and Bruce Laue; Donna and Steve Smith. Page 11 of 19
  12. 12. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM Alexa and Alyssa Hubbard Bill Gallo, Kimberly Dozier, and Delores Gallo Subscribe to NYSD, it's free! Email address: (optional) Your name: Joyce Randolph, Roscoe C. Brown, Jr., and Robin Hubbard Bruce Laue and Sherri Laue John Catsimatidis and Alison John Catsimatidis, Margo Catsimatidis, and Ron Colaninno and Mike Chase Susan and Bob Frederick Ferraro Page 12 of 19
  13. 13. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM Cmdr Sylvia Laughlin, Steve Smith, and Joyce Randolph Nick and Jackie Drexel Daniel Kessler and Heidi Gardner David N. Dinkins and Gov. David A. Paterson Ivan Obolensky, Kimberly Dozier, and Irene Halligan Katie Gardner, Bob Frederick, and Vice Admiral Melvin G. Williams, Jr. Susan Frederick Page 13 of 19
  14. 14. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM Karen and Dan Murphy Robert and Kate Wickham This past Tuesday night at the Bing Theatre at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), the Costume Council of the museum celebrated its 55th season, “Opening Night: Glamour Girls.” Crystal Lord, Kathy Hilton, Patrick McMullan, Angela Janklow, and Elizabeth Stewart New York’s Patrick McMullan was guest of honor, sharing his experiences as photographer of the moment (the moment being the past almost three decades in New York). “If you don’t know Patrick McMullan,” Andy Warhol once said, “You ought to get out more.” Page 14 of 19
  15. 15. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM Joni Smith Gianni Falcone Mayte Garcia Kelly Stone Angela Janklow and Elizabeth Crystal Lord, Kathy Hilton, Angela Janklow, Lynn Palmer and Nancy Calleander and Elizabeth Stewart Davis Phoenix Stone, Sybil Hall, and Casey Jonathan Tybel, Roberto Matta, Alega Bachleda, Jay Galbraith Whitney Brown Page 15 of 19
  16. 16. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM Vega Schenk and Flynn Rikki Klieman, Nancy Davis, and Michael Govan and Rick Lynn Palmer Hilton Sally Ann Paige, Barbara Segal, Jim Waterson, and Betty Leonard Tracy Ross Jim Waterson, Patricia Kennedy, Marcella Ruble and Margaret Hudson and and Cameron Silver Sheila Tepper Lauren Elsner Page 16 of 19
  17. 17. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM Kathy Hilton, Elizabeth Stewart, Patrick McMullan, Chystal Lord, and Angela Janklow Chelsea Hadley, Michael Govan, and Marcella Rick Hilton, Kathy Hilton, Katherine Ross, and Ruble Michael Govan This week in New York: On Monday night over at the Hearst Tower in their North Gallery, Cathie Black joined Town & Country Editor-in-Chief Pamela Fiori for the launch of her new book “Stolen Moments: The Photographs of Ronny Jaques.” The party also marked the opening of Hearst's gallery exhibition of the photography of Ronny Jaques. A contemporary of Richard Avedon, Lillian Bassman and Horst, Jaques' portfolio, much of which was shot and appeared in magazines in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, consisted of couture fashion, travel reportage and celebrity portraiture -- including many photographs of authors, musicians, actors, fashion designers, playwrights and artists. Guests included Colin Cowie, Deborah Norville, Vera Wang, Dennis Basso, Bryant and Hilary Gumbel, Simon Doonan, Susan Fales-Hill, Eileen and Katie Ford, Helen Gurley Brown, Sirio Maccioni, Isabel and Ruben Toledo, Joanne and Roberto de Guardiola, Carmen Dell'Orifice. Page 17 of 19
  18. 18. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM Simon Doonan and Pamela Fiori Colin Cowie, Ellen Levine, and Eleonora Kennedy Ruben and Isabel Toledo with Pamela Fiori Dennis Basso, Susan Fales-Hill, and Bill Tansey Bryant Gumbel, Pamela Fiori, Hilary Gumbel, and Colt Givner Sirio Maccioni and Carmen Dell'Orefice Page 18 of 19
  19. 19. New York Notables | New York Social Diary 10/17/08 6:30 PM /Pamela Fiori and Lise Valeur Jaques Roberto Faraone Mennelle, Amedeo Scognamiglia, Michael Clinton, and Stuart Elliott BACK TO TOP Subscribe/Unsubscribe About Us Advertise Contact Us RSS © 2007 David Patrick Columbia & Jeffrey Hirsch / Page 19 of 19