At the Frick Young Fellows Ball last Thursday, Feb. 25—theme: “Diamond Deco”—the traditional coat check was accompanied by a boot check for Uggs and Wellies, since guests were braving what was quickly becoming 20 inches of snow.
“None of us canceled!” cried one young attendee who had made it safely inside the mansion, to her Read More
On Sunday, August 31, polo player and contractor Michael Borrico‘s Water Mill estate was host to Evian’s lavish "A Taste of Polo" event. A breathless press release had assured us there would be "celebrities, chefs, polo players, and tennis stars in town for the US Open," and some of those promised to be in attendance Read More
We heard you’re working on a reality show called The 10021 that takes place in South Hampton?
Yes, it’s basically a show about four New Yorkers living a kind of fashion lifestyle and about how their professional lives intersect with their social lives. It’s a reality show, but it is being Read More
The Parker, a small boutique on Madison Ave. near 78th Street, was overflowing last night with an eclectic mix of partygoers who had come to celebrate downtown designer-DJ Izzy Gold’s new, limited-edition “Kiss Kiss” T-shirt. The design of the soft, gray item was inspired by Patrick McMullan’s 1996 book of the same name—a weighty chunk Read More
On Dec. 16, Page Six reported that Annabel Vartanian, a socialite, aspiring actress and daughter of Paul Vartanian, one of New York’s most prominent diamond dealers, had fainted at a party celebrating La Perla lingerie.
On Sunday, Jan. 6, the flame-haired Ms. Vartanian, 28, joined the Transom for a hearty brunch at Freeman’s on Read More
In 1994, the novelist and screenwriter John Gregory Dunne, writing in The New York Review of Books , recalled a conversation with Sam Peckinpah, the hard-living director of The Getaway and The Wild Bunch . “Peckinpah once told me that the only Hollywood story worth making was one he called ‘The Third Man Through the Read More