Music, art, and sport

The scene at Burberry's for Young New Yorkers for the Philharmonic's annual summer benefit,
Young New Yorkers for the Philharmonic enjoyed their annual summer benefit, raising over $55,000. The evening began with a cocktail party at Burberry and was followed by dinner-dance at Doubles. 225 Young New Yorkers attended the concert and 170 attended the dinner-dance. The evening was made possible by generous support from Burberry.
James Bell and Traci Johnson
Charles and McDowell Winn
Laura Zuckerman and Blair Endresen Métrailler
Luis Arce, Cornelia Ercklentz, and Jeff Caldwell
Barbara Regna and Bronson Van Wyck
Courtney Blaisdell and Mark Gilbertson
Jackie Valls and Peter Boss
YNY Chairs Penn Egbert and Blair Endresen Métrailler
Abigail Tufts and Jennifer Rolfe
Colin Hannaway and Jackie Pierangelo
Fatima Sanandaji and Robert Goodfellow
Laurence Jurdem and Elisabeth Berry
Tracey Crane, Sally King, and Keith Connor
Krystian von Speidel and Jane Harrison
Ivan Pun and Sophie Pera
Alison Minton, Chris Leasure, and Kathleen Giordano
Chris Keber, Tracey Crane, Brett Murphy, and O'Brien Murray
Elena Sapienza and Mark Gilbertson
Bill Manger, Georgina Schaeffer, and YNY Chair Marc Lewinstein
Willem Marx and Elizabeth Widdicome
Miles Nadal, Chairman and CEO of MDC Partners, hosted a cocktail party at Michael’s restaurant celebrating the publication of Chris Anderson’s new book, “Free: The Future of a Radical Price.” Among those celebrating: Tina Brown, Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump;, Alain Lemarchand, Carlos Lamadrid, Philippe Guelton, Lawrence O’Donnell, Stuart Elliott, Alan Patricof, Gretchen Rubin, Andrew Nikou.
Chris Anderson
Miles Nadal, Ivanka Trump, and Jared Kushner
Tina Brown
Keith Grossman, Chris Anderson, Tina Brown, and Howard Mitten
Roger Harris and David Doft
Michael Kestenbaum and Michelle Haimoff
Enda King, Ti Wu, and Jennifer Landers
Gretchen Rubin and Ellen Egeth
Courtney Humiston and John Capone
Jennifer Landers and Rob Dixon
Bruce Perlmutter and Mark Hatch
William Rosenberg, Richard Leslie, and Claudia Strauss
Miles Nadal and Lawrence O'Donnell
Rebecca Lieb and Megan Keane
Chris Anderson and Miles Nadal
Photographs by ©PatrickMcMullan.com
The Museum of the City of New York held a Chairman’s Leadership Award Dinner honoring William Donaldson, a founder of Donaldson Lufkin Jenrette who has spent the past four decades working in business, government and academia. Mr. Donaldson was also Chairman of Aetna Inc. and the New York Stock Exchange. He was also the first Dean of Yale’s School of Management and served as Chairman of the SEC, and most recently as a member of President Obama’s economic advisory board.
Alexandra Lebenthal
Jim Lebenthal
Jill Chalsty with Susan Jones and Bill Donaldson
Dinner in the Museum's galleries
The Museum also named some “Gotham Giants” for their pioneering work on the Bank of America Tower at One Bryant Park, the nation’s first LEED Platinum skyscraper: Robert F. Fox Jr. and Richard A. Cook, of Cook + Fox Architects; the Durst Organization, represented by Helena Durst; and the Bank of American represented by Senior Vice President Michael Davidson.

285 attended the evening and they raised $885,000 for the Museum’s exhibitions and programs.
Guests in orange, purple, and white ...
John Chalsty, Jill Chalsty, SHJ, Nancy Buckman, and Jim Buckman
Erin Foy and Raquel Katzen
Elaine Sargent and Mary McFadden
Laura Lofaro Freeman
Louis Auchincloss
Diane Coffey, Stephen Lash, and Susan Henshaw Jones
Jill Chalsty, Bill Donaldson, and Jamie Dinan
Golf enthusiasts and Hamptons philanthropists gathered to support the Hamptons Golf Classic V at the Hampton Hills Golf and Country Club in West Hampton, New York.

New York Knicks point guard Chris Duhon hosted the event alongside NY Giants defensive end Justin Tuck and Hamptons Golf Classic Founder Zev Norotsky. Special guests included Real Housewives of New York City’s Jill Zarin as well as this year’s honoree, Richie Notar. The daylong sports event sponsored by Hamptons Magazine and Perrier raised money for Chris Duhon’s Stand Tall Foundation, addressing the needs of children through recreation. The money raised from the day’s event will rebuild basketball courts destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in Duhon’s home state of Louisiana.
Other attendees and golf players included Richard Johnson, Sessa von Richthofen, Adam Alpert, Greg Beinin, artist Adam Port, John Norotsky, Alan Rosenberg, Alan Weinstein, Jeffrey Rackover, John Brennan, and Glen Cho. VIP guests received complimentary TW Steel Watches and one of a kind Magaschoni cashmere sweaters. The evening concluded with an awards ceremony and silent auction.

The annual Hamptons Golf Classic provides a venue where Hamptons personalities can come together to support an individual charity, which changes every year. Past recipients of the Hamptons Golf Classic’s fundraisers have included the Fresh Air Fund, the Make a Wish Foundation, and Help USA. For more information on the Hamptons Golf Classic, please visit www.hamptonsgolfclassic.com.
Chris Duhon, Jill Zarin, and Justin Tuck
Topher Grubb, Matt Shendell, Daniel Aldron, and Glen Cho
John Norotsky and Zev Norotsky
Kristin Luciano, Kendra Seay, and Carson Griffith
Richard Johnson, Alessandra Johnson, and Sessa von Richtofen
Richie Notar
Steven Weinred, Steven Goldstein, Justin Tuck, and Richard Nestro
Zev Norotsky, Jeremy Frankel, Adam Alpert, and Gregg Beinin
Adam Port
 
Photographs by Linsley Lindekens (YNY); Julie Skarratt (MCNY).

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