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At this year’s fifth annual Young Patrons of Lincoln Center’s fall masquerade, Zac Posen was presented with the arts leadership award.

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SUPERSIZE ME: British jeweler Solange Azagury-Partridge has hit Manhattan for the debut of her first full exhibition. For the exhibition titled “Unwearable Jewels” — which launched Thursday at Sebastian + Barquet gallery in Chelsea followed by a private dinner at Waverly Inn — Azagury-Partridge used signature elements like the constellation and bright geometric patterns done in tables, lamps and even rugs. This is the first time Azagury-Partridge has done furnishings and objets d’art. Prices range from $15,000 for a carpet to $2.8 million for a diamond and chain maille chandelier, with 9 pounds of gold and 200 carats of diamonds. Azagury-Partridge, who opened her first and only boutique in London in 1995, has plans to open a 1,200-square-foot store at 809 Madison Avenue in February.

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