Princess Grace Foundation's annual gala
HSH Prince Albert of Monaco and Kimberly Guilfoyle
HSH Prince Albert of Monaco, Sharon Stone, and Alberto Repossi
Sharon Stone hosted this year’s Princess Grace Foundation gala at Cipriani at 42nd St. last Wednesday with 700 people in attendance. Princess Grace’s son, Prince Albert of Monaco presided over the dinner and reception, with Mayor Bloomberg giving the inspiring opening speech.

George C. Wolfe
Alberto Repossi, third generation jeweler from Paris, Monte Carlo, and London was the Crown Sponsor, and brought as his guest Kimberly Guilfoyle Newsom (the wife of Mayor Newsom of San Francisco).

This year’s gala celebrated the winners of the 2004 Princess Grace Awards in theater, dance and film. Emmy award winner Tony Kushner presented a special award to theater maven George C. Wolfe. During the ceremony guests were graced with singing from Fantasia.

Other notable guests included the Baroness Von Langendorff, Houston socialite Lynn Wyatt, Denise Rich, and Giuseppe and Sabine Scavetta.

During her lifetime, Princess Grace of Monaco was deeply committed to helping young aspiring artists achieve their career goals. This too is the mission of the foundation named in her honor twenty years ago. The foundation’s program is dedicated to identifying and assisting young talent in theater, dance, and film through grants in the form of scholarships, apprenticeships and fellowships.
Victoria Silvstedt and HSH Prince Albert of Monaco
Pierre Cardin and Carson Kressley
Alberto Repossi and Kimberly Guilfoyle Newsom
Denise Rich and Star Jones
L. to r.: Baroness von Langendorff and Giuseppe Scavetta; Molly Ringwald; Dionne Warwick.

Photographs by Andrew H. Walker/PMc



AMNH's 11th annual Family Party
Kathryn and Trey Collins with a friend
James and Whitney Fairchild with their son
Catherine and Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff with their children
The American Museum of Natural History held its 11th annual Family Party with more than 2500 children and parents participating in an evening of adventure throughout the Museum. This year the event featured "Frogs: A Chorus of Colors," an exhibition of more than 200 live frogs. Families were also invited to dig for dinosaurs, examine live reptilmes, butterflies and other animals as well as explore space, dine under the big blue whale and take in performances by Sugar Beats, attend the Scholastic Bookfactory (a build your book activity), participate in an Underwater Yoga Adventure as well as take in cool arts and crafts, microscope mania. All kinds of fun and learning filled this great New York institution of fascination and scholarship.
Kathryn Hearst with her children
Cristina, Sophia, and Andy Vittoria
Judy McGrath and friends
Tracy Young with her children
Christopher Davis and his daughter
Jane Cooke with friends and family
Meera Gandhi and her son
Snake, snake, snake senora, snake your body line
Alice and Ruth Gottesman with friends
Children coloring
Laura Darrin and her son

Photographs by R. Mickens/AMNH



The Related Companies, L.P., the Union Square Partnership, and PENCIL provided a gift of three new computer labs to Washington Irving High School
Denise DiCarlo, Jeff T. Blau, Karen H. Shaw, and Lisa Belzberg at the Washington Irving High School
Teacher and students at work
The students enjoy their new computer lab



Dinner at Hunt Slonem’s Studio
L. to r: Michiel van der Wal and Mary Alice Stephenson; Fiona and Jeffrey Slonim; Andrew Saffir, Hunt Slonem, and Daniel Benedict
A dinner invitation to renowned artist Hunt Slonem’s jaw-dropping 93 room, 50,000 square foot riverfront studio is fast becoming one of this town’s most coveted. Some are comparing the striking salon atmosphere and eclectic gathering of New York’s art world, fashion and social elite to the days of Andy Warhol. Recently, a glittering crowd payed tribute to Hunt on the night of his much-heralded Marlborough Gallery opening at a dinner hosted by Daniel Benedict and Andrew Saffir, Cayli Cavaco, Amy Fine Collins, Anne Slater and John Cahill, and Bettina Zilkha along with the Directors of the Marlborough Gallery. Daniel Boulud and Perrier Jouët provided the sumptuous French feast, to a crowd (many clad in Valentino and Martin Katz diamonds) that included Mary Alice Stephenson and Michiel Van der Wal, Cynthia Rowley and Bill Powers, Dan Abrams and Law and Order’s Elisabeth Rohm, Lisa Marie, Jerry Della Femina and Judy Licht, Beth Rudin de Woody, Paul Cavaco, John Demsey, Jill and Harry Kargman, Olivia Chantecaille, Tiffany Dubin, Tim Schifter, Jeffrey and Fiona Slonim, Chickie Ruger, Ashton Hawkins, Ann Rapp, Kevin Sessums, Karen Duffy, Sasha Tcherevkoff, Sally Morrison, Liz Dueland, Patrick McMullan, Richard Turley and Sandra Lee.
Amy Fine Collins, Richard Turley, and Sandra Lee
Harry and Jill Kargman with Marshall Heyman
Sandra Lee, Mary Kaye Daniels, and John Demsey
Yfke Sturm
Tim Schifter
Paul and Cayli Cavaco

Photographs by Chance Yeh & Patrick McMullan/PMc



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