The Eight-Day Week
Hosts Nigel and Cristen Barker, Russell James and Donna Karan will be at the Fourth Annual Solving Kids’ Cancer Spring Celebration this year honoring Ms. Karan’s BFF Bonnie Young and daughter Gabby Karan De Felice. The committee includes supermodel Helena Christensen, socialite Jennifer Creel, Carolina Herrera, nightlife queen Amy Sacco and photographer Kelly Klein, to Read More
The Eight-Day Week
Fans of the pre-grunge Seattle indie band Young Fresh Fellows will rejoice tonight alongside the junior-society set at the annual Young Fellows black-tie ball, which is themed “Dance of Time” and sponsored by Donna Karan. The highbrow-yet-beautiful steering committee includes author Lesley M.M. Blume, Lydia Fenet and Sara Gilbane Sullivan, along with a benefit committee Read More
You are looking at a photo of a man in a coffee shop. He is wearing a straw hat, frayed around the edges. His hair is white underneath, and long. His hand is grasping a coffee cup, but he is not looking at it. He is looking at someone out of frame, making a gesture with his free hand: fingers extended, palm pointed slightly diagonal and down. The universal sign for “This is the important part.” In mid-gesture, he is animated. He does not seem to know he is being photographed.
This is how Denis Piel might have posed the scene of himself being interviewed about his latest book, Moments. The photographer with the flair for the cinematic is set to release a coffee table collection later this month with Rizzoli. Moments is a series of images, mainly of models and actresses, that Mr. Piel shot on the set of various advertising and editorial campaigns during his tenure in the ’80s as of one the magazine world’s Big Names.
This weekend, philanthropic-minded shoppers descended upon Watermill for the fourteenth annual Super Saturday. Guests including Judith Giuliani, Barbara Walters, Kelly Rutherford, Devorah Rose and Di Petroff turned out for the event which benefits the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund.
The designer garage sale was co-hosted by Donna Karan, Kelly Ripa, Emma Roberts and Ariel Foxman, who Read More
On a rainy Thursday, guests braved the traffic mess created by President Obama’s visit to New York and streamed into Lincoln Center’s David H. Koch Theater in a blur of gowns and tuxes. High-profile attendees from the worlds of fashion (Hamish Bowles, Donna Karan), literature (Salman Rushdie), rock ’n’ roll (Ric Oscasek, Paulina Porizkova and Read More
A new all-female annual symposium had its inaugural event yesterday in New York City. More than 400 women turned out to hear what high profile female leaders had to say about future roles for women. The idea for the conference was conceived a year ago at a White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood dinner when, Read More
“Holy crap, it’s Martha Stewart!” gasped Precious star Gabourey Sidibe at the premiere of the The Big C hosted by The Cinema Society & Showtime at Donna Karan’s East Hampton cove-front home on Saturday, Aug. 7. “I like knowing how to make things out of pine cones,” she said, explaining her awe.
In peril of privacy invasion, Hamptonites hide behind hedges higher than a giraffe’s grazing level. But on Monday evening at the Sag Harbor screening of Angela Ismailos’ documentary Great Directors, the Transom took advantage of a rare moment of estate abandonment to extract the post-holiday secrets from typically hedge-protected Hamptons habitués.
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“Oh, here’s Donna Karan! We gotta let her in!” hissed a frantic publicist atop the newly opened High Line Park, even as Parks Department officials were turning away a steady stream of latecomers to the park’s opening bash, held atop its 16th Street section on Monday, June 15.
As guests overflowed, Read More
Pop artist Peter Tunney isn’t crashing at Crobar anymore.
These days, the 48-year-old reformed nightcrawler fantasizes about waking up at the Strand!
“My wife, she reads. I go home and watch [Ultimate Fighting Championship],” explained Mr. Tunney, pointing to his recent painting of a large chalkboard with the phrase “I must read Read More