Keeping an apartment in the city, while almost as de riguer as country club membership among the corporate elite, is not for everyone. And it appears that Ralph Lauren’s executive vice president has decided she’d prefer to live full-time where the polo ponies roam, in Greenwich.
Jackwyn Nemerov and husband Neal, who heads up the Nemerov Charitable foundation, have sold their 22nd floor condo at 101 Warren Street, cashing the two-bedroom in for $4 million, according to city records.
Team USA decked out in get ups made in China? How very unpatriotic of you, Ralph Lauren.
Critics have recently been making themselves heard on the choice of the Bronx-born designer to craft the athletes’ ceremonial garb—and they have been joined by Senator Chuck Schumer.
Fashion Week Observed
The flashbulbs were visible from three blocks away. We thanked our lucky stars our cab driver didn’t have epilepsy, as we approached Skylight Studios. Fortunately, we made it to the venue safe and sound, and found ourselves standing in a long line. The ominous heavens were looking fondly upon good old Ralph, Read More
Last night the star-studded New York City Ballet Gala was held at Lincoln Center. The entertainment elite turned out in full force, with guests including Jon and Dorthea Bon Jovi, Naomi Watts, Sarah Jessica Parker, Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell, Liv Tyler and Alec Baldwin. New York’s society set didn’t disappoint, however, with Hilary and Read More
The Eight-Day Week
Wednesday, September 7
They’re making another Superman flick with some British gent—don’t they know that for screen magnetism as well as real-life heroism, the buck stopped with Christopher Reeve? The beloved screen icon, who became an advocate for the paralyzed after a horseback-riding accident, is remembered at the Christopher & Dana Reeve Read More
The Lunch CROWD
We had a beautiful event last weekend for Todd Eberle, the photographer, celebrating his new book, Empire of Space–which features the Four Seasons 50th anniversary portrait Mr. Eberle took two years ago, with lots of regulars including Michael Ovitz, Peggy Siegal, Dolly Lenz, Aby Rosen, Ed Koch and, of course, me! Larry Gagosian, Vanity Fair Read More
The Lunch CROWD
I went to the Bronx this weekend for a slice of pizza. I very rarely eat pizza, so when I do, I go to Mario’s because it’s the best. This older couple, Mr. and Mrs. Migliucci, own Mario’s. They made me delicious pizza and pasta, so I invited them to the restaurant on Monday for Read More
The Lunch CROWD
Not everything has moved to Lincoln Center for Fashion Week. Last Wednesday, Anna Wintour and Ralph Lauren ate lunch together right here at the Four Seasons Restaurant. Just the two of them! Harvey Weinstein was here last week, too, eating with a banker. And he kept the banker waiting, which must mean he is important, Read More
Lists, The Koch Brothers
Forbes released its annual list of the 400 richest Americans last night, and the two New Yorkers in the top ten have swapped positions. David Koch, the billionaire right-wing Tea Party benefactor, has seen his fortune increase to a hefty $21.5 billion, placing him fifth on the list. Bloomberg’s riches increased as Read More
Yesterday morning, Ralph Lauren held his show at Skylight Studios in Soho, far away from the tents at Lincoln Center. The front row was peppered with the heads of the city’s magazines — Anna Wintour, Graydon Carter, Adam Moss and Stefano Tonchi, to name a few — as well as members of the Lauren family.
Once Read More