SOCIAL DIARY Everything was beautiful at the American Ballet Theatre's annual Spring Gala on Monday night at the Metropolitan Opera House; and last Sunday at the Skirball Center the "Chitas" were awarded to Broadways' Best.
SOCIAL HISTORY Palm Beach Social Diary. Augustus Mayhew's "The Coconuts! A Palm Beach Party History: 1920-2018," complete with great archival photographs of the "moderns" of their day right up to the present, and How Things Change.
PARTY PICTURES The 11th annual Gray Matters at Columbia Spring Benefit Luncheon; Europe Day celebration at The Frick; Cocktails to celebrate Dance/NYC; Urban Stages celebrated The Magic of Theater at their annual benefit; New England Society in the City of New York held its annual Founders' Day.
GUEST DIARY Denis Ferrara: The Royal Wedding. I Really Don't Care if Meghan and Harry Enjoyed It — I Needed the Escape!!! Also — Seth Sikes Soars Again at Feinstein's 54/Below.
SOCIAL DIARY Thursday night's sensational annual Breast Cancer Research Foundation dinner at the Park Avenue Armory with Mary J. Blige entertaining; plus jewelry sales coming of Wendy Vanderbilt Lehman's estate on Wednesday at Doyle.
PARTY PICTURES A Benefit Evening for The Museum of Democracy; City of Hope's Spirit of Life® Award Annual Spring Luncheon; Manhattan Jewish Hall of Fame 2018 induction ceremony; A cocktail party to celebrate Joseph Cicio's book, FRIENDS* *Bearing Gifts.
SOCIAL DIARY With the PEN dinner coming up next week, we have a lookback to one 31 years ago which got a lot of attention and changed the style forever.
Mount Sinai Children's Environmental Health Center's 10th Anniversary Luncheon; SMSKCC & Saks Fifth Avenue Luncheon & Shopping Event; Publicolor's annual gala, Stir Splatter + Roll ; Bond No. 9 celebrated the UN Women for Peace Association; The Parkinson's Foundation 2018 Gala.
HOUSE Sian, Lesley, and JH re-visit "successful pyromaniac" and jack-of-all-trades Elena Colombo in her Brooklyn home.
SOCIAL DIARY May days with lots of moisture from mists to fogs to drenching rain in New York, and considering the memory of the great Tom Wolfe who died this past Monday.
GUEST DIARY Schulenberg's Page: New York, Part CLX. It's the last year of the decade and Bob is in New York in full swing, from rock and roll to Eric Rohmer to popular ads and Greek coffee shops and New Yorkers all around.
GUEST DIARY Denis Ferrara: A Few Thoughts on Miss Joan Crawford, Actress.
SOCIAL DIARY Very warm sunny days ends with dark storm clouds, high winds; The Bronx Children's Museum's 2nd annual gala at the Edison Ballroom; New York-Presbyterian benefit hosted 700 with Cyndi Lauper entertaining; McDowell Colony Fellows' annual gala; and the Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering's Health Education Seminar; all good for what ails ya ...
PARTY PICTURES The Rockefeller University's 21st annual Women & Science Lecture and Luncheon; When in Rome: The 15th annual Frist Gala at the Frist Art Museum in Nashville, Tennessee.
SOCIAL DIARY Sunny, warmer Spring days, a premiere at the Paris Theater of "Always at the Carlyle," and El Museo del Barrio's annual gala celebrating the nation's number one Latino and Latin American cultural institution.
PARTY PICTURES Fountain House hosted its 15th Anniversary Symposium and Luncheon. The topic: Food For Thought: Eating Disorders & The Brain; Orpheus Chamber Orchestra's Annual Gala celebrating "Lifelong Engagement with Music," honoring Timothy A. Boroughs.
PARTY PICTURES The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art's 37th Annual Arthur Ross Awards; SSMAC Derby Party; The annual Lying-In Luncheon to benefit NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center; Casita Maria Center for Arts & Education's spring Musicale.
PARTY PICTURES The Versailles Foundation, Inc held its annual dinner in a private New York City club. This year's honored guest and speaker was the heir to the Romanov Dynasty: Her Imperial Highness The Grand Duchess Maria of Russia.
GUEST DIARY Denis Ferrara: Linda Lavin Knows How to Be Herself — Most Charmingly! — at the Café Carlyle. Also — Linda Yellen ... Ryan Murphy ... Leonardo da Vinci, "Billions" and "Westworld."
SOCIAL DIARY Looking back at the week beginning with the Cancer Research Institute's fund-raising "Through the Kitchen" at The Grill and The Pool; the cast of the Wednesday lunch at Michael's and the masters of comedy at dinner at Sette Mezzo; plus an upcoming "special" photographic portrait in Queens; and a tribute to a couple of special Mothers on Mother's Day.
GUEST DIARY Jill Krementz, NYSD’s Vatican Correspondent, covers "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion And The Catholic Imagination" at the Met’s Costume Institute.
BEAUTY Women (and men) are seeing diminishing returns from non-invasive cosmetic procedures, especially when it comes to injectable fillers. In other words, they have Filler Fatigue. Delia von Neuschatz investigates.