Marital status: Single
Current Projects: Point Suite Art Book; Active Ideas Productions
Go-to drink: A
mojito or Champagne
Trademark look: Dresses, mostly vintage
likely seen out with): A gaggle of gorgeous gals: Lisa Williams, Tarra
Rosenbuam, Marta Abbott, Julie Ho and Yina Luo.
Dolci, in Grand Central. It's got the best combo of people-watching and
Bar: The Bowery Hotel
For jazz: Bemelmans Bar at the Carlyle
For a party: The Gates
For cabaret: The Box
For dancing: Boom Boom Room
Event space: Private rooms at the top of the Hearst Tower
or the Hudson
Hotel Sky Terrace
Clothing store: Henri Bendel
Furniture finds: Christie's, Sotheby's or Phillips de Pury
Gift boutique: Museum
bookshops or Gilt
American Museum of Natural History Green Ball with Count Philippe Esteve. Photo
by Roderick Mickens.
crowd of young admirers.
At the Frick Collection's 2009 Young Fellows Ball.
Memberships: The National Arts Club, The
Guggenheim Young Collectors Council and a Young Fellow of the
Acquisitions committee, the National
Arts Club Roundtable committee, Emerging
Leaders of the New York Arts Events committee.
Affiliations: Arts &
Business Council, Screen Actor’s Guild, New York Film Society,
Leaders of the New York Arts, and the Volunteer
Lawyers for the Arts.
Favorite social event
of the year: Young
Fellows Ball at the Frick
Best NY party ever
attended (and why): Young Fellows Ball at the Frick, wouldn’t be my
favorite event of the year if it wasn’t also the best of the best with the best
themes, best dresses, drinks, food, and of course art.
What sets Manhattan
nightlife apart: The variety. Almost every night is different from the next
with new people, new ideas, new destinations and new energy. Yet… the excellent
staples that make it so great (sushi at midnight, dancing till dawn,
crazy-yet-entertaining cab drivers) always remain comfortingly the same.
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