Novotel New York’s 4th Annual Supernova Ball Drop Kicked Off 2016 With A Once-In-A-Lifetime Experience!

Novotel Supernova View of Ball Drop

The Fourth Annual Supernova Ball Drop took place at Novotel’s Supernova, the recently redesigned, sophisticated event space with a heated outdoor terrace which provided spectacular views overlooking the world-renowned Times Square New Year’s Ball Drop.

Guests ticked Times Square New Year’s Eve off their bucket lists in style both inside the venue and outside on its 5,700 square foot terrace that provides unblocked views of the ball drop. The event each year attracts New Yorkers and international revelers, who travel from more than 15 countries to experience the magic and energy of Times Square.

This year’s entertainment program at Supernova featured aerial acrobatic performers who entertained guests with a Cirque Du Soleil-inspired show, and famous DJ Pollux Star (a.k.a. “the People’s DJ”) who spins the best tunes as guests hit the dance floor. Additionally, revelers enjoyed VIP table service, a six hour premium open bar and a midnight Champagne toast along with gourmet passed hors d’oeuvres and succulent sweets. The elegant venue’s unmatched ambience and energy was enhanced by the spectacular audio-visual art installation Drop Art by Israeli New Media Artist Racheli Dantess. Drop Art is a video camera-based interactive application that investigates the space between the virtual and the real, plus the interaction between human movement and technology where images captured by the camera are translated to numerous visual images and effects which are projected on the wall and blend with the ambiance of the place.

Guests at Novotel Supernova

Guests at Novotel Supernova

Guests Interacting With Drop Art Display

Guests Interacting With Drop Art Display

 

Millennial Twin Sisters Riya and Sara Kapoor Jazz up Traditional Indian Ceremony at Lincoln Center’s Rose Hall

Twin sisters Riya and Sara Kapoor made their Rangapravesh, or onstage debut, on Saturday, December 12, 2015 at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall in a show they called “A Night of Moves.” In the ceremony, the girls performed the traditional Bharatantayam dance form and were accompanied by a Carnatic Orchestra and a New York Jazz Quartet. This performance marked the first time this ancient tradition was done in with this format and choreography.

In their Rangapravesh, 15-year-old artists Riya and Sara Kapoor shared with the audience the culmination of over 10 years of intensive dance training and mastery of the Bharatanatyam dance form. According to their Guru Swati Bhise, the 2,000-year-old dance form requires mastery of dance, music, theater, mime, iconography, geometry and mathematics. When combined, the audience was able to experience a beautiful display of a dance and acting performance, while invoking varied emotions over the course of the two-hour, ten part recital. At her students’ request, Swati Bhise melded jazz into the usually classical program, all while staying true to the Carnatic and Bharatanatyam traditions. This was important to Riya and Sara as they wanted to recognize their ancestral heritage and pay homage to their New York identity as both worlds are a reflection of who they are as people and performers.

The orchestra created compositions influenced by the work of legendary jazz great George Wein, who attended the performance as a guest of honor, as salute to his countless contributions to music and the performing arts.  The performance was attended by over 1,100 friends and family with notable attendees covering cross-sections of finance, law, technology, civic life and the arts. In addition, Riya and Sara invited students and faculty from several schools throughout Manhattan to view their groundbreaking performance.

The ceremony, started with an introduction by Emcee Kavi Kapoor, Riya and Sara’s younger brother, who welcomed everyone to the performance and delighted the crowd with his personal anecdotes. Then, the girls took to the stage to receive their blessing from their Guru Bhise and the orchestra before launching into their first number, which seeks blessings from both the stage and the audience. When the music stopped, the girls were greeted to a roar from the crowd—and received their blessing.

What followed were performances that each showed the characteristics of the Bharatantayam, including its intricate movements with all parts of the body, including calculated foot patterns and facial expressions. Each movement within this dance form is utilized to convey a wide spectrum of emotions, best captured in the Navarasa section of the performance, which marked the mid-way point of the night. For that component, the girls depicted the nine core emotions of Classical Indian Dance – beauty and love (Sringara); valor or heroism (Viram); sorrow (Karunyam); laughter (Hasya); anger (Raudram); surprise (Adbhutam); fear (Bhayānakam); disgust (Bībhatsam) and peace  (Santam) – all of which were conveyed through subtle facial expressions and body contortions.

In addition to testing the girls’ ability to act and convey emotion in the Navarasa, their Rangapravesh performance also tested their physical and mental stamina in the Varnam. According to their Guru Bhise, this segment is where both girls are expected to improvise as they execute the mnemonics recited by Bhise and produced by the drummer. The girls used their knowledge of the intricate footwork patterns, movement, music and acting to convey a classical love story of a young girl enchanted, but constantly rebuffed by the Lord Shiva.

Before introducing the final performance, Kavi Kapoor shared his love and admiration for what his sisters had just accomplished and said, “I want you to know one thing right now. No matter where you go in life, I will always be your baby brother. I love you guys.” The girls then took to the stage in the climax of the performance, titled the Tillana, where the piece was built up to a crescendo using both jazz and the Carnatic orchestra as Riya and Sara Kapoor went through a rapid series of leg extensions, pirouettes and leaps bringing the audience to their feet.

After the girls returned to the stage for a final prayer and thanked their guru and musicians, their father Vikas Kapoor greeted the audience and thanked everyone for attending. For the family, it was important to meld the traditional aspects of the dance form with the modernity of the jazz form to blend the cultures together as it is the reflection of their collective identities. Additionally for Vikas and his wife Jaishri, it was important to find a way to pass the cultural baton onto his children, but to do so while still maintaining their American identities.

Guru Bhise, a protégé of Sonal Mansingh, India’s pre-eminent practitioner of the Pandanallur style which emphasizes geometric movements of the Bharatantayam form, then took to the stage to congratulate the girls on their accomplishment. For her, the girls became more than just students­—they became an extension of her. “We became more than just student and teacher, we became the ones who make fun of the parents,” she quipped. Bhise said she found teaching them to be fulfilling, adding “I’d like to say Sara and Riya, you have done me proud.” Prior to “A Night of Moves,” Bhise announced that Riya and Sara Kapoor’s Rangapravesh would be her final student presentation.

World renowned jazz producer, George Wein congratulated the girls on their debut and said, “All I could think of is the majesty and ethereal beauty of all women.”

For an encore, Rita and Sara performed a special routine set to a modern musical composition by the Oscar-winner AR Rahman. As the routine progressed, members of the jazz quartet then led guests out of the theater in a procession towards dinner in the Jazz at Lincoln Center space, which had a traditional Indian street market theme and was immediately followed by an after party in The Parkview Lounge.

Millennial Twin Sisters Riya and Sara Kapoor Jazz up Traditional Indian Ceremony

Riya Kapoor, Sara Kapoor (Photo Credit: Aurora Rose/PatrickMcMullan.com)

George Wein, Guru Swati Bhise (Photo Credit: Aurora Rose/PatrickMcMullan.com)

George Wein, Guru Swati Bhise (Photo Credit: Aurora Rose/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Vikas Kapoor, Jaishri Kapoor (Photo Credit: Aurora Rose/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Vikas Kapoor, Jaishri Kapoor (Photo Credit: Aurora Rose/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Millennial Twin Sisters Riya and Sara Kapoor Jazz up Traditional Indian Ceremony

Ajit Jain, Tinku Jain, Ram Sundaram, Tania Ahuja, Preethi Krishna (Photo Credit: Aurora Rose/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Performance (Photo Credit: Aurora Rose/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Performance (Photo Credit: Aurora Rose/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Performance (Photo Credit: Aurora Rose/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Performance (Photo Credit: Aurora Rose/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Millennial Twin Sisters Riya and Sara Kapoor Jazz up Traditional Indian Ceremony

Performance (Photo Credit: Aurora Rose/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Brenda von Schweickhardt Exline Hosted A Private Cocktail Reception To Introduce The Newest Addition to the Art World The Accessible Art Fair New York

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Brenda von Schweickhardt Exline hosted a private reception to introduce the newest addition to the art world, the Brussels based Accessible Art Fair and U.S partner, Maria van Vlodrop of MVVO ART on Tuesday, December 8th, 2015.

Guests enjoyed light bites courtesy of Le Pain Quotiden, Exki NYC and Neuhaus Belgium Chocolates and beverages by Cliffton Dry, Hottie Tottie and Duvel. Additional sponsors included Belcham, Third Man Collective Perfume and Colognes and Fairweather Magazine.

Notable attendees included: Brenda von Schweickhardt Exline, Stephanie Manasseh, Maria van Vlodrop, Mort Zuckerman, Louisa Shadforth, Nadine Heidinger, Phillip Spradley, Robert Yahner,Ann Lydecker, Marcel Ceuppens,Jean Christophe Legreves, Morris and Pamela Franco, Rangu Salgame, Shelagh Darcy-Hinds, Mariam Azar, Kevin Doyle and Megan Odabash.

The Brussels- based Accessible Art Fair is set to launch in New York November 1 to November 26, 2016 by Maria van Vlodrop, President of MVVO ART.   The Accessible Art Fair concept is simple: make artists accessible to the public and make the public accessible to the artists. It offers artists a beautiful space to exhibit and sell their work to an art buying public. In Brussels, the Accessible Art Fair has become a focal point of discovery of new talent and a chance for artists to launch their career.

Founded by Brussels-based Stephanie Manasseh in 2007, the fair has managed to break with traditional art boundaries to create fresh opportunities for new, emerging talent. The Accessible Art Fair was born from Stephanie’s passion for art but also after realizing that there is so much artistic talent without gallery representation. ‘I decided to give these artists the opportunity to sell their work directly to the public, without having to wait around to be discovered.’

She continued, “OurNew York launch feels like a natural evolution. There is a wealth of talent here that simply needs an opportunity to exhibit work.”

Stephanie has curated for luxury brands such as Montblanc for which she launched the Montblanc Likes Art Award at the Accessible Art Fair in 2012 and BMW Belgium, where she has helped launch the Art and Design Sessions – showcasing young talent and world-famous names such as Marc Lagrange, Xavier Lust and legendary Terry O’Neill. Jeff Koons joins the design sessions in July 2016.

Commented Maria van Vlodrop, “I am proud to partner with Stephanie and bring this new art fair to New York City and support emerging artists at such an intimate venue such as the National Arts Club in Gramercy Park.”

Brenda von Schweickhardt Exline, Maria van Vlodrop, Stephanie Manasseh (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Brenda von Schweickhardt Exline, Maria van Vlodrop, Stephanie Manasseh (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Ann Lydecker, Henry Hebbler, Louisa Shadforth (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Ann Lydecker, Henry Hebbler, Louisa Shadforth (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Nadine Heidinger, Phillip Spradley, Robert Yahner (National Arts Club) (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Nadine Heidinger, Phillip Spradley, Robert Yahner (National Arts Club) (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Rangu Salgame, Shelagh Darcy-Hinds, Mariam Azar (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Rangu Salgame, Shelagh Darcy-Hinds, Mariam Azar (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Marcel Ceuppens, Bonnie Diamond, Elliot Diamond, Pamela Franco (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Marcel Ceuppens, Bonnie Diamond, Elliot Diamond, Pamela Franco (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Ijaz Malik, Brenda von Schweickhardt, Mortimer Zuckerman (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Ijaz Malik, Brenda von Schweickhardt, Mortimer Zuckerman (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Morris Franco, Pamela Franco (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Morris Franco, Pamela Franco (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Mortimer Zuckerman, Brenda von Schweickhardt Exline (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Mortimer Zuckerman, Brenda von Schweickhardt Exline (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Atmosphere (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Atmosphere (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

The Hotel Croydon: The Epicenter of Miami Beach’s Art Basel

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Croydon Room

The newly renovated boutique Hotel Croydon’s refined aesthetic and modish style is eye-catching to anyone who steps in even artists can appreciate. The Hotel Croydon is the optimal choice for those who are attending this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach celebration as one it is close to all the action, but far enough to catch one’s breath and settle back after a day browsing enthralling galleries, boutiques, murals, and restaurants.

This whimsical hotel is located in Miami’s Mid-Beach off of the world-famous Collins Ave and features 104 beautiful guest rooms, each of which drawn in the radiant South Florida sun. If a guest wishes to explore Miami’s Wynwood Art Basel, the hotel is a fast car-ride away just over the causeway. Upon request, Hotel Croydon also provides E-Cars with drivers that provide guests transportation to and from all the action in South Beach. Flight-bound travelers can call ahead to book a complimentary shuttle ride for a pick up from the airport straight to the hotel. Convenient accommodations include seamless service, Tempur-Pedic beds, C.O. Bigelow bath products, in-house restaurant The Tavern, complimentary cocktails nightly from 7:00-8:00 PM, a pool, yoga classes, and of course, Hotel Croydon’s rooftop deck with panoramic views of the ocean and city.

“We want to make sure our guests are elated with their choice for staying at Hotel Croydon.  The hotel is situated in the optimal location convenient for Art Basel travelers,” explains Alan Lieberman, owner of South Beach Group.

The Hotel Croydon assures guests will have an exceptional experience with a friendly and attentive staff ready to assist you during the busy Art Basel weekend, which is from Thursday, December 3rd to Sunday, December 6th, 2015.

Nathan Lieberman, son of Alan and owner of South Beach Group who curated and oversaw design of the hotel adds, “Hotel Croydon offers classic rooms, penthouses, great amenities and service at an affordable price. It’s a great choice for Art Basel travelers.”

Hotel Croydon is located at 3720 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33140 (38th & Collins Ave.)

About Hotel Croydon

South Beach Group Hotels is pleased to announce its expansion into Mid-Beach with the Hotel Croydon, a fully-renovated boutique hotel located steps away from the ocean. The 7-story luxury Hotel Croydon dazzles with 104 guest rooms including a sprawling Penthouse with ocean views, meeting room and banquet space, a gym, an outdoor pool, a spa, an on-site restaurant and bar, and a rooftop sun deck with 360 degree views of the ocean and Miami.

For more information visit www.hotelcroydonmiami.com

Croydon Pool

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Swifty’s Restaurant Celebrated “Color Through My Lens” Art Show Featuring Photographer Marge Neu

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Swifty’s Restaurant on the Upper East Side celebrated the start of the fall season with an Art Show, titled Color Through My Lens by renowned photographer Marge Neu Tuesday, October 6, 2015.

Guests joined Swifty’s owners Robert Caravaggi and Chef Stephen Attoe along with the exhibit’s artist Marge Neu for wine and hors d’oeuvres while viewing her latest collection, Color Through My Lens. Notable attendees included Marge Neu (Photographer), Robert Caravaggi (Co-owner, Swifty’s), Stephen and Patricia Attoe (Chef & Co-Owner, Swifty’s), Cricket Burns, Sally Tycher, Blair Husain, Barbara Macklowe and Lauren Ezersky and Joy and Alan Marks.

Each exhibition at the restaurant is curated by Chef Stephen Attoe’s wife Patricia Attoe and her business partner Rebecca Silver who draw upon on their extensive art backgrounds when selecting the art for the restaurant.

Neu’s Color Through My Lens exhibition is a curated collection of photographs, which celebrate her travels and experiences all over the world, with a primary focus on color. Her passion for travel and photography grew from her father, who had a dark room and a spirit for adventure. For the past 10 years, she has documented her travels including hiking a volcano in Iceland, traveling via hot air balloon in Namibia and photographing the landscapes of Botswana inside of a helicopter.

Patrons at Swifty’s are always delighted to see the exquisite selection of paintings and photos displayed on the walls of the restaurant whilst enjoying the menu and its ambiance. New York artist Mary Lou Schempf’s stunning work is currently exhibited in the front room on an ongoing basis. Her work complements the restaurant’s style and décor which was originally brought to life by famed decorators Mario Buatta and Anne Eisenhower.

ABOUT SWIFTY’S RESTAURANT:

Swifty’s has been a favorite Upper East Side haunt for over 15 years, despite the chic neighborhood’s ever-changing dining scene. A sophisticated yet low-key restaurant, Swifty’s attracts a devoted clientele. Owners Stephen Attoe and Robert Caravaggi, former chef and maître d’ respectively, of legendary Upper East Side boîte Mortimer’s combine classic, straight-forward American and European cuisine with friendly and impeccable service. The ambient dining room, reminiscent of a well-appointed English country house, was created by famed decorators Mario Buatta and Anne Eisenhower.

For more information, please visit: www.swiftysnyc.com

ABOUT MARGE NEU

Marge Neu has combined her passion for travel and photography by documenting her travels for the past 10 years. She developed her passion for photography through her father who owned a darkroom, which influenced her her greatly. Throughout her career she has studied and traveled with award winning photographers such as Jay Maisel, Vincent Versace, Arthur Meyerson, Dana Allen, John Paul Caponigro and Seth Resnick, which has deepened her appreciation and skill in photography. She has won numerous awards for her work and has been exhibited in juried shows and various locations such as ABC Home.

For more information, please visit www.margeneuphotography.com

Marge Neu

Marge Neu

Robert Caravaggi

Robert Caravaggi

Rebecca Silver, Marge Neu, Patricia Attoe

Rebecca Silver, Marge Neu, Patricia Attoe

Alan Marks, Joy Marks

Alan Marks, Joy Marks

Claudia Hoffman, Nina Epstein, Isabel Blumberg

Claudia Hoffman, Nina Epstein, Isabel Blumberg

Robert Neu, Francine Neu

Robert Neu, Francine Neu

Atmosphere

Atmosphere

Celebrity Jewelry Designer Margo Manhattan Launches New Collaboration with EVINE Live

Celebrity Jewelry Designer, Margo Manhattan, unveiled her latest collection of bold, edgy, elegant, rock ‘n’ roll chic designs, created exclusively for EVINE Live (evine.com), at Manhattan’s Studio 450 on Tuesday, September 29th, 2015.

Guests were welcomed with embossed leather bracelets with Margo’s signature cross as an entrance pass to the exclusive loft party. The designer’s latest video streamed on the wall and showcases of Barbie Dolls on Harley’s with custom leather outfits Margo Designed especially for the occasion set the ROCKER tone and mirrored Margo’s style and Gold Coast Motor Sports supplied Margo’s favorite bikes, a Triumph and Ducati for her guests to pose on.

Views of the Manhattan skyline were apropos for the native New Yorker who made a Grand Entrance in her custom designed leather and Silk Organza Rockstar gown designed by Carla Dawn Behrle. Complete with her very own custom armor in Margo’s iconic style belt and matching collar and harness for Mika, her German shepherd mascot.

Models dressed in rhinestone studded Team GOGO Tee’s and Margo’s latest collection served a selection of hors d’oeuvres generously provided by New York restaurant The Marshal and cocktails from Avion Tequila, Nuvo, Elite Vodka and Birthday Cake Wines lined the bars. Throughout the night, DJ Johnny “Danger” Stuart who rocked the party with an eclectic mix of rock ‘n’ roll classics and today’s hits.

Notable guests included: Margo Manhattan (Celebrity Jewelry Designer); Penny Burnett (CMO, EVINE Live); Nicole Miller (Fashion Designer); Jason Binn (Publisher, Dujour Media); Satia Ricketts (Owner, The Beauty Loft); Event Planner Sande Finkel (President, Sande Finkel Marketing Solutions); Laurie Wolfe (Creative Director & Principal, Wolfe Design Consulting); and famed photographer Luciana Pampalone.

The event featured a surprise performance by singer Josh Shapiro, who performed three songs including a cover of “You Raise Me Up.” Following his performance, CMO of EVINE Live Penny Burnett addressed the crowd, and formally welcomed Margo Manhattan to the EVINE Live family. Margo Manhattan then thanked her creative TEAM GOGO Sande Finkle, Laurie Wolfe, and Luciana Pampalone for helping her execute her vision for her brand. Margo formally welcomed all attendees to be her extended “Team Gogo” family. Then Margo dedicated Serenade, her favorite Ballet, to her Mother, Prima Ballerina for NYCB’s for the inspiration of the theater as it was a little girls “DreamLand.”

A spectacular event that concluded with Margo Manhattan branded canvas bags in her signature blue and embroidered logo in metallic thread, Margo water, a facial courtesy of Sisley Paris New York, and a copy of the September/October 2015 issue of Art Bodega Magazine featuring Margo on the cover.

Margo Manhattan is set to Launch on EVINE Live on Wednesday November 4th, 2015 at 1:00 PM EST and 5:00 PM EST. Margo’s cutting edge jewelry, previously available only at her exclusive Madison Avenue boutique, will now be available to 88 million viewers on cable and satellite, both on TV and online at EVINE Live debuting on the channels. Margo joins EVINE Live’s elite roster of celebrity and designer lines which include: Marc Bower Unlimited, NV by Nick Verreos, Countess Luann de Lesseps’s clothing line and celebrity chef Todd English.

In addition, the new MARGOMANHATTAN.COM website launched the night of the event with her latest Collections. Visit the Margo Manhattan Boutique Madison Avenue on 88th Street– her beautiful jewel box shop on the Upper East Side, to experience the full breadth of her unique collections. While you’re there, do not miss The Vault, a stunning collection of unique one-of-a-kind pieces, featuring diamonds, emeralds and sapphires, all set in white and yellow gold.

About Margo Manhattan:          

Margo Manhattan, an internationally-renowned jewelry designer, was born into a life of art, beauty and culture as the daughter of prima ballerina Karin von Aroldingen and god-daughter to ballet legend George Balanchine. Margo derives inspiration for her designs from the fast pace of New York City and ballet worlds theatrical scenes. Margo’s designs are bold and edgy, yet elegant and sexy. She began dreaming of becoming a jewelry designer when she was a child and started making jewelry in the byzantine technique at the age of 15. As she grew, her passion for metals, stones and jewelry making developed.

After studying jewelry design at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology, Margo perfected her design skills in Paris at the Studio Bercot. During her time in Paris she began working with fashion icons Karl Lagerfeld, Patrick Kelly and with famed Vogue photographer Arthur Elgort. Not long after her arrival in Paris, Margo’s jewelry was prominently featured in Paris Vogue in a styling shoot by Patrick Demarchelier. Thereafter, Margo Manhattan’s designs were sold around the world from Paris to Hong Kong. Following her time in Paris, Margo Manhattan moved back to New York City in order to continue producing her jewelry line.

For More information, Visit: www.margomanhattan.com

About EVINE Live Inc:

EVINE Live Inc. (NASDAQ: EVLV) is a digital commerce company that offers a compelling mix of proprietary and name brands directly to consumers in an engaging and informative shopping experience via television, online and on mobile. EVINE Live reaches approximately 88 million cable and satellite television homes 24 hours a day with entertaining content that engages its community of customers in a comprehensive digital shopping experience.

For more information about EVINE Live visit: www.evine.com 

 

Margo Manhattan  (c) Lisa Zari

Margo Manhattan
(c) Luciana Pampalone

Penny Burnett, Margo Manhattan  (c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Penny Burnett, Margo Manhattan
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Nicole Miller  (c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Nicole Miller
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Jason Binn, Sande Finkel (c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Jason Binn, Sande Finkel
(c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Lola Luma, Juliana Proven (c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Lola Luma, Juliana Proven
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Francisco Casals, Luciana Pampalone  (c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Francisco Casals, Luciana Pampalone
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Ben Boniel, Yossi Boniel (c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Ben Boniel, Yossi Boniel
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Pam Taylor, Nicole Miller (c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Pam Taylor, Nicole Miller
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Linda Gurlach, Stevie Murray  (c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Linda Gurlach, Stevie Murray
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Satia Ricketts  (c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Satia Ricketts
(c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Josh Shapiro  (c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Josh Shapiro
(c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Alex Rocco  (c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Alex Rocco
(c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Ruth Katz, Rebecca Woodland  (c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Ruth Katz, Rebecca Woodland
(c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Julie Harvey, Margo Manhattan  (c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Julie Harvey, Margo Manhattan
(c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Margo Manhattan Models  (c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Margo Manhattan Models
(c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Atmosphere  (c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Atmosphere
(c) Rob Rich SocietyAllure.com

Resident Magazine Cover Party Celebrates the September 2015 Issue Featuring ‘Hamilton’ Broadway Star Renee Elise Goldsberry at One57

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Renee Elise Goldsberry, Star of hot new Broadway Play Hamilton celebrated her September 2015 cover of Resident Magazine at One57, one of the most sought-after addresses in New York City on Friday, September 25th, 2015.

Guests mingled while enjoying cocktails and delectable bites by newly opened Tuscan restaurant Il Valentino Osteria where guests enjoyed salads, handmade pasta and fresh made pizzas inside of a One57 residence available for purchase for $35.2 million. The residence, located on the 54th floor, boasts unparalleled views of Central Park and the Hudson River, the 5 bedroom, 5.5 bathroom residence is a gem in what is considered to be New York’s most luxurious residence.

Notable attendees included: Cover girl Renee Elise Goldsberry, Jean Shafiroff (Philanthropist), John Mahdessian (Owner, Madame Paulette), Mirso Lekic (Owner, Il Valentino Osteria), Rob Shuter (Editor, NaughtyGossip.com), Dr. Penny Grant, Jose Salvador (Producer, Fox News);  Michael Travin (Publisher, Resident Magazine), Pamela Jacobs (Editor-In-Chief, Resident Magazine), Lisa Bernstein (Resident Magazine), Melissa Kassis (Resident Magazine).

In the September 2015 issue of Resident, cover girl Renee Elise Goldsberry discusses her career in the theater and on Broadway as well as her life off stage in an interview with Resident Magazine Editor-In-Chief Pamela Jacobs. Currently, she stars in Hamilton, Broadway’s hottest new play about the life of Alexander Hamilton. An oft-forgotten figure in America’s history, Hamilton gives new life to his biography with a mixture of rap, hip-hop, pop and traditional theater music. In the play, Goldsberry plays Angelica Schuyler, Alexander Hamilton’s sister-in-law, a role she was drawn to after hearing a one song demo from show writer Lin-Manuel Miranda.

“When I first heard Lin-Manuel Miranda’s demo of the song I sing in the show, my jaw hit the floor,” she said adding, “I thought ‘this is the motherlode.’ People send stuff all the time to prepare or audition for, but this was unlike anything I’ve ever heard, and I couldn’t even take it in in a single hearing. I was like ‘wow, this is huge, this is it.’”

Current, passionate and informative, Resident Magazine is expressly for high-net-worth residents of Manhattan and visitors to boutique hotels on the island. Whether in a luxury doorman coop or newly built condo building, Resident Magazine reaches the titans of industry, the movers of entertainment and the individuals who can and do make choices for their travel, dining, cultural and real estate needs.

About Resident Magazine:

Resident Magazine is a New York publication with the mission to inform its readers on the latest news in the five boroughs. Resident Magazine reaches its high net worth readers in a variety of different ways. Distributed in over 1,000 Manhattan doorman buildings, hotels, health clubs, doctor’s offices and concierge services in addition to being placed in high traffic areas such as Grand Central Station and Madison Avenue. Having been distributed in print for over 25 years, it is a household name amongst New Yorkers that reaches multiple generations.

For more information about Resident Magazine, Visit: www.Resident.com

Renee Elise Goldsberry  (c) Robert Nunez

Renee Elise Goldsberry
(c) Robert Nunez

Mirso Lekic, Renee Elise Goldsberry  (c) Liam McMullan

Mirso Lekic, Renee Elise Goldsberry
(c) Liam McMullan

Jean Shafiroff, Melissa Kassis  (c) Liam McMullan

Jean Shafiroff, Melissa Kassis
(c) Liam McMullan

Michael Travin, Rob Shuter (c) Liam McMullan

Michael Travin, Rob Shuter
(c) Liam McMullan

Dr. Penny Grant  (c) Liam McMullan

Dr. Penny Grant
(c) Liam McMullan

Pamela Jacobs, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Michael Travin, Melissa Kassis, Lisa Bernstein, Sophie Yoo  (c) Robert Nunez

Pamela Jacobs, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Michael Travin, Melissa Kassis, Lisa Bernstein, Sophie Yoo
(c) Robert Nunez

Atmosphere  (c) Robert Nunez

Atmosphere
(c) Robert Nunez

Atmosphere 2  (c) Robert Nunez

Atmosphere 2
(c) Robert Nunez

 

Southampton Inn: The Starting Point For Experiencing The Hamptons Finest Attractions This 2015

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The Hamptons Finest Attractions This 2015

Located in the heart of Southampton Village near the town’s premiere dining, entertainment and shopping destinations, the Southampton Inn provides the ideal home base for any traveler’s visit to the Hamptons. Whether enjoying the on-site amenities or partaking in one of the many outings that can be arranged through the boutique hotel’s guest services, visitors can utilize the Southampton Inn to orchestrate their ideal vacation—be it a weekend getaway or a longer respite.

Here are 25 ideas for making the most of a visit to the Southampton Inn this 2015 season:

  1. Take part in Southampton’s year-long 375th anniversary celebration—This historic community marks its milestone anniversary with private home tours, lectures, historical walks, and gala celebrations.
  2. Complementary shuttle to Cooper’s Beach, regularly ranked among Dr. Beach’s best beaches in America.
  3. Bicycle to the beach, past farms and fields, or down streets that boast historic multimillion dollar estates.
  4. Soak up some rays or just float the day away by the Southampton Inn’s 50-foot pool.
  5. Attend a charity gala to support one of many local causes from the Parrish Art Museum, Prostate Cancer Foundation, to Samuel Waxman Hamptons Happening.
  6. Browse the nearby art galleries and museums featuring some of the world’s most talented artists.
  7. Have guest services arrange a sea fishing excursion or boating expedition.
  8. Rogers Mansion for cocktails—Located within the Southampton Historical Museum complex, this estate is on the National Register of Historic Places.
  9. Find a foursome, or go solo, and secure a tee times at one of several beautiful golf clubs such as Indian Island Country Club or Cherry Creek Golf Links.
  10. Free concerts are within walking distance at nearby Agawam Park, Southampton Cultural Center, and Avram Hall or get tickets to Pianofest in the Hamptons, a much celebrated weekly series featuring the world’s finest you musicians.
  11. Arrange for lessons in popular watersports, such as windsurfing, surfing, and kiteboarding.
  12. Enjoy family friendly story time or films at the nearby Roger Memorial Library.
  13. Sip and swirl local wine varietals at one of the South Fork’s award-winning wineries.
  14. Private tennis lessons with world-class players at the Southampton Inn’s tennis court or nearby tennis club.
  15. Shop luxury labels and locally curated boutiques on nearby Jobs Lane and Main Street.
  16. Work up a sweat at many celebrity-endorsed fitness centers like the Tracy Anderson Studio or stand-up paddle boarding with the Paddle Diva.
  17. Dine at one of the Hamptons many epicurean destination restaurants, or just relax with an ice cream cone at one of the long-standing family-run establishments.
  18. Taste-test the latest niche brews from hometown brewpub Southampton Publick House, one of the most lauded breweries in America.
  19. Learn jewelry making at Pelletreau Silver Shop—Master jeweler Eric Messin creates one-of-a-kind pieces and conducts jewelry making workshops in this historic trade shop built in the 1600s.
  20. Don’t miss Art Southampton—Presented by Art Miami, this four-day fair of international, modern, contemporary art and design takes place July 9 through 13.
  21. Hike the nearby nature conservancies and see a wide range of indigenous flora and fauna.
  22. Join bird watchers for views of a plethora of native species or learn more at the South Fork Natural History Museum.
  23. Dance till dawn at one of the many nightlife venues established by New York City’s leading nightclub impresarios.
  24. Game on! Practice your croquet, volleyball, or badminton moves on the Southampton Inn’s bucolic lawns.
  25. Catch the latest releases at the nearby cinema that also plays host to the annual Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) every October.

About Southampton Inn

Set within several acres of manicured lawns and gardens in the heart of the Village of Southampton on Long Island’s stunning East End, Southampton Inn provides an idyllic, year-round escape for bustling city-dwellers. Winner of numerous awards, including “Best Breakfast,” “Best Hotel,” and “Best Wedding Location,” Southampton Inn is a warm and welcoming haven with an exemplary reputation that is richly deserved. Celebrate the art of pure relaxation, indulge in a romantic get-away, or enjoy precious time with the entire family – Southampton Inn has everything for the discerning traveler. With 90 well-appointed guestrooms which are located just steps away from the town’s fine dining restaurants, designer boutiques, art galleries, parks and museums, and one mile from highly-rated Coopers Beach, the Inn is the perfect home-away-from-home to explore the scenic Hamptons.

For more information visit: www.southamptoninn.com/

The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center Held the 9th Annual Get Wild Summer Benefit

The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons celebrated another year of rehabilitating and successfully releasing animals back into the wild across Long Island with its annual GET WILD Summer Gala. The event was hosted by the Marder family at the Silas Marder Gallery in Bridgehampton, NY on Saturday, August 8, 2015 and honored artists April Gornik & Eric Fischl, Amy Sullivan and Real Estate Broker Susan Penzner.

 Notable Attendees Included:Leslie Alexander (Benefactor, The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center); Leslie Alexander (Benefactor, The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center); April Gornik & Eric Fischl (Honorees, Get Wild Gala); Amy Sullivan (Honorees, Get Wild Gala); Susan Penzner (Honoree, Get Wild Gala); Peter Beard (Photographer); Dina & Steve Hanson; Anne Hearst &Jay McInerney; Linda & Ben Lambert; Howard Lorber and Jeaninne Gourin (Douglas Elliman); Nicole Miller (Fashion designer); Tony Peck & Paula Peck; Jill Rappaport (Correspondent, NBC news); Jay Schneiderman (Emcee, Get Wild Gala; Legislator); Jean Shafiroff (Philanthropist); Fred and Nancy Thiele (New York State Assemblyman); Anna Throne-Holst (Southampton Town Supervisor); Ginnie Frati (Executive Director, The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center); Shelley Berkoski (Director of Development, The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center).

 Guests enjoyed live music along with cocktails and light fare. A silent art auction, which was live on Paddle8 leading up to the event and available for guests on tablets set up around the event space. Items for auction include: Untitled by Ross Bleckner, an oil painting on canvas, valued at $10,000; April Gornik’s Reflected Sunset, valued at $7,000;  Eric Fischl’s drawing Untitled (Showering Girl From Behind), Valued at $8,000 and Aurora Borealis, an oil and spray paint on canvas, by Adam Stennett to name a few.

This year’s GET WILD Summer Gala sponsors included: Leslie Alexander; Tara Allmen, MD; Ingrid Arneberg & Will Marin; Hilaria & Alec Baldwin Foundation; Nejma & Peter Beard; Albert Behler; Peter Benedek; Rosalie Brinton; Catherine Cahill & William Bernhard; Marty & Michele Cohen; Ron Delsener; Douglas Elliman, LLC; Susan Dusenberry; Pat Garrity & Corcoran; Gentry Construction; Hamptons Magazine; Harmlesss Harvest; Karen & Jeff Hughes; Hutchinson Landscape; Frances Jones & Keith Douglas; George & Mariana Kaufman; Hon Martin J. Kerins; King Kullen; Linda & Ben Lambert; Leslie Wine; Mr. & Mrs. Robert Marston; Howard Marton; Jay McInerney; Susan Mead; Nicole Miller; Jewel & Bob Morris; Margo & Jimmy Nederlander; Norman Peck; Katharine Rayner; Agena Rigdon, DKR Shores Inc.; Dayton Ritz & Osborne; Pierce Roberts & Jonathan Canno; Press News Group; Andrew Sabin Family Foundation; Sagaponack Charitable Trust; Ellen & Chuck Scarborough; Shinnecock Animal Hospital; Brian Slaga, East West Marine; Barbara & Randall Smith; Allison Stern; Roger & Karen Stevens; Ted Moudis Associates; Jerry Turco and Holly Whitmore.

About The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center Of The Hamptons:

The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to the rehabilitation of wild animals impacted by encroachment of humans on their habitat. It is a grass roots organization that grew from a few concerned friends to a group of over 1000 members and supporters. The center is a full-time professional wildlife hospital staffed by licensed rehabilitators, biologists, animal behaviorists and volunteers. Over 100 people have been trained to assist in wildlife rescues. The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center is located on Munn’s Pond Park through a cooperative licensing agreement with Suffolk County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation. The center is situated on a greenbelt of public land parcels totaling several thousand acres and stretches from Tiana Bay to Peconic Bay located on the eastern end of Long Island, NY. This is a unique and irreplaceable ecosystem consisting of salt and fresh water wetlands, Pine Barrens, deciduous forest and meadowland. It is the perfect setting for a wildlife rehabilitation center. The hospital is designed exclusively for wild animals. Unlike a veterinary hospital, there are no ambient noises or smells to stress the wildlife that are recovering within. The Wildlife Rescue Center receives over 10,000 calls each year for information or assistance with wild animal encounters. We also provide educational programs to local elementary and secondary schools. Students from local colleges participate in cooperative education programs and internships. The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center annual operating budget exceeds $350,000, almost all of which comes from the generosity of people like you. Thank you for your continued support and generosity.

For more information, visit: www.wildliferescuecenter.org 

Susan Penzner, Amy Sullivan, Eric Fishl and April Gornik  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Susan Penzner, Amy Sullivan, Eric Fishl and April Gornik
(Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Jill Rappaport  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Jill Rappaport
(Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Nicole Miller (Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Nicole Miller
(Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Peter Beard  (Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Peter Beard
(Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Adena Rigdon, Shelley Berkoski, Leslie Alexander, and Elizabeth Brown  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Adena Rigdon, Shelley Berkoski, Leslie Alexander, and Elizabeth Brown
(Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Howard Lorber and  Jennine Gourin  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Howard Lorber and Jennine Gourin
(Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Tony Peck, Paula Peck, Anne Hearst, and Jay McInerney (Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Tony Peck, Paula Peck, Anne Hearst, and Jay McInerney
(Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Charles Marder (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Charles Marder
(Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Honorees Eric Fischl and April Gornik  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Honorees Eric Fischl and April Gornik
(Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Ginny Frati and Andy Sabin (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Ginny Frati and Andy Sabin
(Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Jean Shafiroff (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker)

Jean Shafiroff
(Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker)

Dina Hanson and Steve Hanson (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Dina Hanson and Steve Hanson
(Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Anna Throne-Holst and Jay Schneiderman (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Anna Throne-Holst and Jay Schneiderman
(Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Tucker Marder, Isla Hansen (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Tucker Marder, Isla Hansen
(Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Ben Lambert, Linda Lambert, and Jill Rappaport (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Ben Lambert, Linda Lambert, and Jill Rappaport
(Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Ginni Frati  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Ginni Frati
(Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Atmosphere  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Atmosphere
(Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Salma Hayek and the MOMS Host MAMARAZZI® Screening for ‘The Prophet’

SiriusXM’s THE MOMS Denise Albert and Melissa Musen Gerstein together with Funoogles and Plaque HD hosted a Mamarazzi® Event with Actress Salma Hayek on Thursday, August 6th, 2015 at Dolby 88. The event brought together influential moms and media for a special advance screening of Salma’s new film, The Prophet.

Before the screening, guests gathered outside the theater for interactive displays with event co-hosts Funoogles and Plaque HD. Funoogles is a new, customizable kid’s glasses line which launched April 2015, which allows for children to switch the color of the frames based on what they are wearing or their mood. Founder Jessica Darcy founded the company after seeing her daughter Ella-Jane, who has a congenital cataract which almost claimed her vision, yearn for glasses where she could express her personality and change the color of the frames each day. Plaque HD is a revolutionary, new toothpaste that reveals plaque so that you can remove it with directed brushing and flossing. Utilizing a natural, plant-based Targetol Technology, the toothpaste identifies plaque by leaving behind a light green film, which is removed with further brushing. Also available to guests were delicious bites from Treathouse and platters from Fromaggio Cheese while they sipped on boxed water provided by Just Water.

Immediately following the screening, Salma Hayek sat down for a Q & A with The MOMS Denise Albert and Melissa Gerstein where she discussed her new movie The Prophet, which is based on the volumes of poetry written by Lebanese-American author Kahlil Gibran. The project, which she also produced and spearheaded said that its coming release is akin to “being pregnant for four and a half years and finally giving birth.”

For her it is a passion project as the book as it connected her with her Lebanese Grandfather and this passion for The Prophet goes beyond her personal connection to it, she hopes to inspire children to change the world.

“We are all consumers and follow what other people dictate to us,” she said adding, “We are programmed to think either this or that. We need new people to think outside of the box.”

Thinking outside of the box is a lesson she imparts onto her daughter and said that she always tells her that she can be the best person you can be when you go outside of your comfort zone.

“When you push yourself to be the best person you can be, you can discover your superpowers,” she said.

ABOUT THE PROPHET: www.gibransprophetmovie.com

The Prophet, by celebrated Lebanese-American author Kahlil Gibran, is among the most popular volumes of poetry ever written, selling over 100 million copies in forty languages since its publication in 1923. Gibran’s timeless verses have been given enchanting new form in this painterly cinematic adventure about freedom and the power of human expression. This breathtaking animated feature, produced and spearheaded by Salma Hayek, was an official selection at Cannes and made its North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Written and directed by Roger Allers (The Lion King), the film intersperses Gibran’s elegant poetry within stunning animated sequences by filmmakers Tomm Moore (The Secret of Kells, Song of the Sea), Bill Plympton (Guide Dog), Joan Gratz (Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase), Nina Paley (Sita Sings the Blues), and a host of award-winning animators from around the world. Set in a Mediterranean seaside village, Kamila (Salma Hayek) cleans house for exiled artist and poet Mustafa (Liam Neeson), but the more difficult job is keeping her free-spirited young daughter, Almitra (Quvenzhané Wallis), out of trouble. The three embark on a journey meant to end with Mustafa’s return home – but first they must evade the authorities who fear that the truth in his words will incite rebellion. Featuring music from Damien Rice, Glen Hansard, Gabriel Yared, and Yo-Yo Ma.

ABOUT SALMA HAYEK PINAULT:

Salma Hayek Pinault is a Mexican and American film actress, director, and producer. She began her career in Mexico starring in the telenovela Teresa and went on to star in the film El Callejón de los Milagros for which she was nominated for an Ariel Award. In 1991 Hayek moved to Hollywood and came to prominence with roles in Hollywood movies such as Desperado, Dogma, and Wild Wild West.

ABOUT THE MOMS: www.themoms.com

The Moms is a multi-platform lifestyle brand that celebrates–and puts a spotlight on–modern motherhood. Through their numerous broadcast appearances, Sirius XM satellite radio show and blog, Denise Albert and Melissa Musen Gerstein tackle topics both big and small that resonate with moms today. Their brutally honest–and sometimes conflicting–opinions are not only entertaining, but take the parenting conversation to a whole new level. Through their experiential events, everyday moms become celebrities, and celebrities reveal their lives as an everyday mom (or dad!). Strut, the Fashionable Moms Fashion show, showcases real moms walking the runway at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week wearing affordable and fashionable clothing that can be bought in-season. The ever-popular Mamarazzi® events provide influential moms and media with access to celebrity parents in a town-hall discussion.  Mamarazzi  guests have included Sarah Jessica Parker, Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, Jennifer Garner, Kevin James, Elizabeth Banks, Tina Fey, Hugh Jackman and Pitbull. Whether they’re online, on TV, radio, or face-to-face, The Moms engage their audience with straight talk, a sense of humor and a healthy dose of fun—kind of like parenting itself.

 

Salma Hayek  (Photo Credit: Eljay Aguillo/Why I Love New York City)

Salma Hayek
(Photo Credit: Eljay Aguillo/Why I Love New York City)

Denise Albert, Salma Hayek, Melissa Musen Gerstein  (Photo Credit: Eljay Aguillo/Why I Love New York City)

Denise Albert, Salma Hayek, Melissa Musen Gerstein
(Photo Credit: Eljay Aguillo/Why I Love New York City)

Denise Albert, Melissa Gerstein  (Photo Credit: Fredy Mfuko Mission 101 productions)

Denise Albert, Melissa Gerstein
(Photo Credit: Fredy Mfuko Mission 101 productions)

Ella-Jane Darcy  (Photo Credit: Fredy Mfuko Mission 101 productions)

Ella-Jane Darcy
(Photo Credit: Fredy Mfuko Mission 101 productions)

Guests of The MOMs  (Photo Credit: Fredy Mfuko Mission 101 productions)

Guests of The MOMs
(Photo Credit: Fredy Mfuko Mission 101 productions)

Salma Hayek (Photo Credit: Eljay Aguillo/Why I Love New York City)

Salma Hayek
(Photo Credit: Eljay Aguillo/Why I Love New York City)

Denise Albert, Founder of Funoogles Jessica Darcy, Ella-Jane Darcy, Salma Hayek, Guests and Melissa Musen Gerstein (Photo Credit: Eljay Aguillo/Why I Love New York City)

Denise Albert, Founder of Funoogles Jessica Darcy, Ella-Jane Darcy, Salma Hayek, Guests and Melissa Musen Gerstein
(Photo Credit: Eljay Aguillo/Why I Love New York City)

Guest of The MOMs  (Photo Credit: Fredy Mfuko Mission 101 productions)

Guest of The MOMs
(Photo Credit: Fredy Mfuko Mission 101 productions)

Atmosphere  (Photo Credit: Fredy Mfuko Mission 101 productions)

Atmosphere
(Photo Credit: Fredy Mfuko Mission 101 productions)

 

 

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