Guests of Honor

Faye Wattleton and Timothy Greenfield-Sanders
Barbara Walters, Barack Obama, and Mariska Hargitay
Barack Obama and Dick Parsons
Senator Barack Obama, Democratic candidate for the Presidency, made a stop Tuesday over at the Time Warner Center on Columbus Circle as the guest of honor at Time Warner’s “Conversations on the Circle” with the company’s CEO Dick Parsons.

In the crowd of more than 250 invited guests were: Harry Belafonte, Jon Bon Jovi, Edie Falco, Mariska Hargitay, Joy Behar, Steve Buscemi, Roger Waters, Mick Jones, Geoffrey Wright, screenwriter Bennett Miller, Darrell Hammond, Damon Dash, former governor Mario Cuomo, Commissioner Ray Kelly, Charlie Rose, Gayle King, Barbara Walters, Deborah Roberts, Bryant Gumbel, Deborah Norville and Karl Wellner, Lally Weymouth, Soledad O’Brien, Paula Zahn, Frank Rich, Ken Aulette, Rick Hertzberg, Jeffrey Toobin and Michael Kennedy.
Gayle King and Ed Lewis
Brian Mathis, Tracey Kemble, Andrea DuBois, and Maurice DuBois
Steven Rattner
Bryan Bantry and Donald Rosenfeld
Charlie Rose, Nina Zagat, and Drew Nieporent
Jeffrey Toobin and Ken Auletta
Hilary Gumbel, Bryant Gumbel, Damon Dash, Rachel Roy, and Lee Daniels
Edie Falco and Barack Obama
Joe and Joy Behar
Jared Kushner and Peter Kaplan
Karl Wellner and Deborah Norville
Dorothea and Jon Bon Jovi
Virginia Cannon and Hendrik Hertzberg
Katrina vanden Heuvel
Michelle Byrd and Jewel Jackson McCabe
Richard Siklos, Berta Lane Siklos, Anne Kreamer, and Kurt Andersen
Norman Pearlstine and John Huey
Lally Weymouth, Henry Kravis, Marie-Josée Kravis, and David Saltzman
Last Saturday in Water Mill at the home of Marcy and Michael Warren, the Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons held “Get Wild,” a fund-raiser honoring Missy Hargraves and Andy Sabin. The cocktail hour event was chaired by Caroline Hirsch, Karin Yapalater and Victoria Bijou, with Honorary Chairs Alec Baldwin and Dorothea and Jon Bon Jovi.

The Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons is dedicated to the rehabilitation of injured, sick and orphaned wild animals. They have a full time professional wildlife hospital staffed by veterinarians, licensed rehabilitators, biologists, animal behaviorists and volunteers. You can help. Check out their web site: www.wildliferescuecenter.org
Steven Gaines, Erin Henry, and Jeff Ross
Catherine Beinovic, Nicole Sarkioglu, and Adrienne Zernich
Somers Farkas, Bettina Zilkha, and Marcy Warren
Caroline Hirsch, Howard Stern, Beth Ostrosky, and Jonathan Tisch
Stacy Earl and a Great Horned Owl
Celeste Johnson, Jeffrey Sachs, Eden Williams, Celine Rattray, and Jim Heckler
Goldine Eismann, Ciara Silverstein Santos, Dr. Greg Yapalater, Kristen Yapalater, and Zoe Silverstein Santos
Gary Goldstein, Missy Hargraves, and Jill Brooke
Amy Kaplan and Regina Kravitz
Alex Kramer
Kimberly Zimmerman and Sarah Herbert-Galloway
Samantha Royce and Mark Stevens
Miramax and Piaget hosted a premiere screening this past Tuesday night at the Landmark Sunshine Theatre on East Houston Street of “Becoming Jane” starring Anne Hathaway, the girl who had to deal with the devil wearing Prada.

Anne Hathaway
Ms. Hathaway moves back a few centuries in this role, playing the Hollywood-ized version of Jane Austen, the woman who wrote film-friendly stories a few centuries before there was such a thing.  In fact the film is a bit of a fictional device dreamed up by somebody in the film business in that it’s a speculative version of what Miss Austen’s romantic life was/might have been like, assuming she had one. Although, the story was said to have been inspired by real events.

Ms. Hathaway was present for the evening, all glittering in Piaget’s light and airy “Honey-inspired” yellow gold and diamond drop earrings, a brilliant white gold and diamond Magic Reflections topiary motif cocktail ring gracing the middle finger of her right hand. On her wrist, Piaget’s pink gold Miss Protocole watch with diamond accents, in case you’re wonder why Piaget hosted this event.

The movie premiered to an audience of fashionistas, entertainment influencers, socialites and others of that ilk and stripe. In the crowd: Damon Dash and Rachel Roy, Raffaello Follieri, Heather Matarazzo, Robert Funaro; the film’s producer Graham Broadbent, Anna Chlumsky, Bettina Zilkha, Michael Gelman, Sylvia Miles, Celia Weston, Daniel Battsek, Larry Boland (president of Piaget). Afterwards, there was a champagne reception and private dinner on the terrace of the Bowery Hotel.
Raffaello Follieri and Anne Hathaway
Heather Matarazzo and Caroline Murphy
Shanee Pink
Jeffrey Sharp, Bettina Zilkha, and Dr. Douglas Steinbreck
Samantha Goldberg, Antony Todd, Bettina Zilkha, and Patrick McMullan
Robin Rotenier, Angeline Urie, and Scott Cooke
Mark Gilbertson, Leslie Stevens, Luke Parker Bowles, and Dr. Douglas Steinbreck
Luke Parker Bowles, Mark Gilbertson, Evelyn Tompkins, Dr. Douglas Steinbreck, and James Kemp Potter
Christopher Matson and Gina Torre
Damon Dash, Rachel Roy, and Larry Boland
Christopher Matson and Whitley Bouma Herbert
Celia Weston and Sylvia Miles
Christian Gabriel and Justin Conners
Patrick McMullan and Anne Hathaway
Anna Chlumsky

Photographs by ©PatrickMcMullan.com.
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