Mark your calendars and please join me on Thursday, January 31st from 7-9 p.m at the Winter Antiques Show – Young Collectors Night held at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City.
Considered one of the most important events of the season, if not THE most important, it’s a super sophisticated affair; a gathering together of all the brightest of New York as well as the finest dealers from around world.
For budding collectors, philanthropists, and/or anyone with an interest in honing their eye for art and design, there’ll be something for everyone, and participants will feel good in knowing proceeds help support the highly respected East Side House Settlement, a leading social services agency that serves young people and families in the South Bronx and surrounding communities.
In addition, the illustrious Wendy Goodman along with many of the country’s chicest interior designers (I’m honored to say that I’m included in the line-up) will be offering their expertise in decorating with a variety of styles and periods to create fresh new looks.
Purchase your tickets early so you can begin to sort out a smashing ensemble—this is certainly one of those see-and-be-seen evenings!
We can’t wait to see you there!
In the balcony, atop the staircase of the Park Avenue Amory, I’m captured by the talented Nick Turner. I’m sporting a Tom Ford era Gucci camel hair top coat, Tom Ford “Country Jacket” in a dark brown wide wool check, pale blue woven mini herring bone cotton shirt with French cuffs, brown wool knit tie, brown and ivory silk hounds tooth pocket square, brown wide wale corduroy pants and “Cyrille” sunglasses, Tom Ford era Gucci brown suede cap toe loafers, Etro paisley silk scarf, Ralph Lauren red alligator belt with sterling buckler, antique pearl and sapphire cuff links, red leather gloves by Sermoneta, vintage Rolex watch and my fragrance is Creed Vintage Tabarome.