The Eight-Day Week
Every year, stylish magazine editors, models and socialites hit the David Yurman Rooftop Soiree to sip cocktails, look at Yurman jewels in glass cases and have their pictures snapped by Billy Farrell. It’s actually one of the most mellow fashion parties of the season, where David, Sybil and Evan Yurman hang out with friends like Read More
Glen T. Senk’s elegant, eight-room co-op at 1060 Fifth Avenue does not much resemble the dingy college dorms of so many Urban Outfitters catalogs, with their shoddy decorations and strung-out looking models lounging in exasperated indolence. But it could easily pass for one of the heart-stoppingly beautiful homes that provide the backdrops to so many Anthropologie catalogs. Which is, perhaps, why Mr. Senk, who resigned as Urban Outfitters CEO this January, decided to sell the place.
Indeed, Mr. Senk listed the three-bedroom, four-bath home for $5.9 million just days before his resignation became public. He’s since become the CEO of upscale jeweler David Yurman. After spending 18 years helping to determine the sartorial desires of so many would-be hipsters in high school and college, he apparently thought it was time for something more age-appropriate. We’ve had that moment with more than a few sheer tops and cheap baubles from the retailer.
David Yurman’s Madison Avenue townhouse, which displayed his newest collection for ogling in honor of the GLAAD Media Awards, is beige. Waiter, models, or waiter-models in black swooped around the glass jewelry displays brandishing tuna tartar on tiny bites of toast, and GLAAD co-chairs welcomed participants as they filed inside, heading straight for the champagne at the far wall.
David Yurman’s “sunset over the Hudson” party on Tuesday night was just like his jewelry: beautiful, unique and simplistic.
The rooftop of David Yurman headquarters at 24 Vestry Street was lined with white, long couches that were covered with black and white pillows with the letters “DY” embossed on them. Scattered amongst the bare wood Read More
Kraft, Murdoch, and Putin.
The New York Post reports that New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft–famous for giving his Super Bowl ring to Vladimir Putin–is buying at the The Plaza. However, there’s no word yet on the specifics of his apartment. Regardless, Mr. Kraft will join some elite company: Bear Stearns Read More
Neighbors of Paul Sorvino may be rejoicing-and sleeping better-now that the veteran actor has sold his East 87th Street penthouse. City records show that earlier this year, Mr. Sorvino, 65, unloaded his 1,900-square-foot penthouse at 110 East 87th Street for $2.1 million. According to the New York Post , Mr. Sorvino’s daughter Amanda had lived Read More