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Charlotte Moss

Photo By Scott Rudd

Celerie Kemble in Fendi.

Photo By Steve Eichner


FEBRUARY

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Henry Street Settlement Art Show with chairs Dan Brodsky, Byron and Anita Volz Wien and Alexandra Lebenthal.

The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center hosts the 2nd Annual Associates Council Lunch, honoring Dr. Michael La Quaglia, with chairs Leslie Coleman, Anne Grauso, Melanie Holland, Dayssi Olarte de Kanavos, Suzie Kovner, Christina Smith and Leslie Stevens at The Oak Room at the The Plaza Hotel. Shoshanna sponsors.

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Tiffany and Co. hosts a “Sparkling Evening” at the brand’s Fifth Avenue flagship in anticipation of The Young Fellows Diamond Deco Ball.

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Alexandra Kerry and Charlotte Moss cochair the New York City Ballet’s annual luncheon with sponsor Valentino. Principal dancer Darci Kistler performs at the David H. Koch Theater for all attendees.

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Celerie Kemble, Hilary and Wilbur Ross, Christine and Steve Schwarzman and John McEnroe are among the chairs of the Everglades Foundation benefit in Palm Beach. Sting performs during the fete at The Breakers.

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The Museum of the City of New York Director’s Council Winter Ball sponsored by J.Mendel. Chairs include Allison Rockefeller, Cynthia Lufkin, Phoebe Gubelmann, Heather Mnuchin, Shafi Roepers, Mark Gilbertson and Andrew Roosevelt.

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Young Fellows of the Frick with the Diamond Deco Ball with chairs Coralie Charriol Paul, Elisabeth Saint Amand, Allison Aston, Lydia Fenet and Joann Pailey. Tiffany & Co. and Vera Wang sponsor.

Also this month…
Isabel Marant opens her first U.S. store at 55 Greene Street in SoHo. Famous fans include Kirsten Dunst, Rachel Bilson and Emmanuelle Alt.


MARCH

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The Health Education seminar and lunch at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, chaired by Jamee Gregory and Karen LeFrak. Cobb salad boxed lunch included.

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Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin cohost the 82nd annual Academy Awards at Hollywood’s Kodak Theatre.

 

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