New York Lifestyles Magazine hosted the cover party celebrating author, philanthropist and cover star Jean Shafiroff at her private residence in New York City. Participators of the charity scene, supporters and friends shared in the celebration of Jean Shafiroff who in the New York Lifestyles cover story discussed the importance of philanthropy and bringing awareness to women’s causes.
La Pulperia Restaurants celebrated co-owners Victor Medina and Executive Chef Carlos Barroz on the cover of Resident Magazine’s October 2018 Dining issue with Editor-in-Chief Hillary Latos and Publisher Christopher Pape. Honoring the restaurant founders, loyal patrons and frequent visitors, of both La Pulperia Restaurant locations, participated in the lively celebration which took place on the Upper East Side.
Leading Young Friends of Save Venice into a new era of charitable giving is philanthropist and activist Lizzie da Trindade-Asher who chaired Let’s Spritz! at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery. Supporting one of the top charities in New York City, Lizzie Asher helped to relaunch the Young Friends of Save Venice Initiative, determined to unite a younger generation of philanthropists and reawaken the institution of charitable giving. Save Venice is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to the restoration and preservation of historical artworks and architecture of Venice, Italy.
Celebrity event planner Larry Scott of Lawrence Scott events produced the cover party for Manhattan Magazine’s Men’s Issue to celebrate cover star and rising actor John David Washington. The lavish event experience, by highly sought-after event producer Larry Scott, was held at the BMW of Manhattan new model showroom at 555 West 57th Street in New York City. The showroom was transformed into a disco oasis with more than 100 disco balls, dancing disco entertainers and a line-up of old-school arcade games including PAC-MAN, Dance Dance Revolution plus Centipede.
Luxury: Redefined & Redesigned
The Decoration & Design Building hosted the Fall Market 2018 in the heart of Manhattan’s Design District to discuss this season’s theme, Luxury: Redefined & Redesigned. Owner, Charles S. Cohen opened the two-day trade-only event with his perspective of the evolving definition of luxury resulting from the design headquarters’ carefully curated programming and discussion. The Fall Market 2018 saw an exponential growth in attendees, welcoming over 3,000 members of the trade, and a wealth of new programs including six Keynotes, 21 In-Showroom Programs, one Special Event, five Cocktail Receptions, 118 Open Houses and 14 NEW Experiential Events. Top editorial voices, leading industry trade organizations and dozens of design influencers convened for the DDB Fall Market 2018 to discuss the future of luxury, redefined and redesigned by interior design’s top to-the-trade companies.