The fall event season is officially in high gear. I had no less than five events to attend last night (luckily they were all uptown). First, I stopped by the Made in Italy event celebrating all things Italian at the breathtaking Hearst Tower. Wine, cheese, and a beautiful view–what more could you ask for? After that, I walked over to the famed Plaza Hotel to help friends toast the new Rosenthal Concept store. And finally, after a few more stops along the way, I made it to the Museum of Arts Design’s PAPER BALL to preview the new Slash: Paper Under the Knife exhibit. A slew of pretty people showed up including Chris Benz, Rogan Gregory, Fabiola Beracasa, Genevieve Jones, Lyle Maltz, Lorenzo Martone, Leigh Lezark, Patrick Duffy, Brian Wolk & Claude Morais, and Ryder Robison.
All pictures taken by the talented Mark Iantosca.
Ran into friends Drew Deters and Jay Hartington (of Marissa Collections) at the Hearst Tower for Made in Italy.
Gorgeous David Thielebeule from Harper’s Bazaar at Made in Italy.
Arriving at the Plaza Hotel for the Rosenthal Concept store launch. I love the uniforms.
Cristina Civetta and Douglas Marshall at the Plaza.
The dapper Peter Davis and a friend of his. They had just gotten back to NYC after marching for gay rights in D.C.
One of my favorite designers, Keith Lissner at the Plaza.
Hedi Ferjani with a friend.
Heading downstairs with Kristian Laliberte. I love the back of this Pencey dress. It’s all nude mesh.
Hanging out at the Plaza’s bar between events.
Christian Louboutin neon yellow patent stacked heel.
With Tommy Dorfman enroute to MAD’s Paperball.
Harley Viera-Newton DJing the MAD Paperball.
Adorable. Audrey Gingras and Ryder Robison.
The boys of Ruffian Claude Morais and Brian Wolk with the beautiful Antonia Thompson.
It’s a digital girl crew! Carson Griffith from Guest of a Guest, Britt Aboutaleb from Fashionista, Bianca Posterli from Modelinia, and Faran Krentcil from Nylon.
May Kwok in Dior.
Frank Tell, maker of the best party dresses in town.
Getting my picture taken by one of my favorite Patrick McMullan photographers, David X Prutting.
The dress that Frank Tell made for the exhibit.
I’m wearing a little black Pencey dress and it was pretty much perfect.