Thursday, December 4, 2008

Holiday Bazaars

The Parrish Art Museum's (in Southampton) annual Parrish Presents Holiday Bazaar.
The Cinema Society, together with Dolce & Gabbana, brought out a parade of the boldfaced ones, stars of stage, screen and vid for the screening of Madonna’s directorial debut Filth & Wisdom. The film, which premiered at the Berlin Film Festival, is at once thought-provoking, erotic, poignant and touching.

The film’s stars Eugene Hutz, Vicky McClure and Holly Weston all joined Madonna and Cinema Society founder Andrew Saffir for the screening and party which followed at the new Thompson LES Hotel.

Among the dazzling group of cinema A-listers -- all entranced by very presence of Madonna and her directorial prowess were Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber, Brooke Shields, Lindsay Lohan, Vanessa Williams, Jessica Alba and Cash Warren, Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld, Diane Kruger, Josh Jackson, Jeremy Piven, America Ferrara, Judith Light, Lindsay Price, Becki Newton (Ugly Betty), Chace Crawford, Ed Westwick and Taylor Momsen (Gossip Girl), Oliver Stone, Jason Lewis, Alan Cumming, Rose Byrne, Jason Biggs, Malin Akerman, Robert Buckley (Lipstick Jungle), Elizabeth Banks, Michael Pitt, Erika Christensen, Michael Imperioli, Juliette Lewis, Lake Bell, Dean Winters, Max Minghella, Billy Bush, Guy Oseary, David Blaine, Padma Lakshmi, Terry George, Ingrid Sischy, Russell Simmons, Marc Jacobs, Rachel Roy, B-52’s Fred Schneider, Erin Wasson, Michelle Alves, Hana Soukupova, Beth Ostrosky Stern, Katie Lee Joel, Maggie Rizer, Coco Rocha, Marcus Schenkenberg, Steven Klein, Kelly Klein, Bruce Weber, Ross Bleckner, Terry Richardson, Sante D’Orazio, Alex Lundqvist, Glenda Bailey, Joe Zee, Leigh Lezark (MisShapes), Fabiola Beracasa, Zani Gugelmann, Minnie Mortimer and Stephen Gaghan, Allison Sarofim, Peter Davis, Byrdie Bell, Eleanor Ylvisaker, Daniel Benedict, Charlotte Ronson, Shoshanna Lonstein Gruss, Amanda and Christopher Brooks, Ann Dexter-Jones, Valesca Guerrand-Hermes, Jason Pomeranc, Dolce & Gabbana’s Salvo Nicosia and Ali Wise, and IFC Entertainment President Jonathan Sehring.
Lindsay Price
Vanessa Williams and Becki Newton
Lake Bell
Lindsay Lohan
America Ferrera and Judith Light
Allison Sarofim
Erin Wasson
Alan Cumming
Debbie Bancroft and Tiffany Dubin
Marcus Schenkenberg
Charlotte Ronson, Shoshanna Lonstein Gruss, Dori Cooperman, Michael Heller, and Ali Wise
Jason Pomeranc and Dean Winters
David Blaine and A.J. Calloway
David Hutchins, Ingrid Sischy, Nan Bush, Bruce Weber, and Sante D'Orazio
Chase Crawford
Juliette Lewis and Malin Akerman
Robert Buckley
Byrdie Bell and Derek Blasberg
Fabiola Beracasa
Glenda Bailey
Kelly Klein
Kelly Killoren Bensimon and Russell Simmons
Katie Lee Joel and Beth Ostrosky
Andrew Saffir and Daniel Benedict
Erika Christensen
Jonathan Sehring, Vicky McClure, Eugene Hutz, and Holly Weston
Jason Lewis, Salvo Nicosia, and Hilary Shor
Michelle Alves and Guy Oseary
Brooke Shields
Ed Westwick and Todd DiCiurcio
Rachel Roy
Jessica Alba and Ali Wise
Madonna
Maggie Rizer
Padma Lakshmi
Victoria Chlebowski and Michael Imperioli
Terry Richardson
Jenny Mollen and Jason Biggs
Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld
Rose Byrne
Taylor Momsen
Zani Gugelmann
Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger
Marc Jacobs and Lorenzo Martone
Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber
Oliver Stone, Elizabeth Banks, and Andrew Saffir
Steven Klein, Michael Pitt, and Jamie Bochert
A gathering of New Yorkers descended on the designer showroom of Me&Ro, Ro's precious jewelry boutique on Elizabeth Street to brighten the holiday season for their fellow New Yorkers as 20 percent of the proceeds from Ro's sale (which has been extended to December 24th -- as long as you mention the Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City) benefit's the programs that serve the needs and welfare of New Yorkers in need.

Big donators like Liz Neumark (CEO of Great Performances which supports 'Fun Food, Smart Food'); big givers like Jessica Seinfeld (author of Deceptively Delicious and founder of Baby Buggy); Zulema and Jose Wiscovitch; Jill and Howard Sharfstein; the 'Joan' girls (Lee and Bright); Christie Huus; Lauren Givnor; Bryant Botero; Laura Stanley (who tends The Sylvia Center); Angela Katz; Alli Jaffin; Anita Contini; Betsey Smith; Chrissy Lowris and countless others shopped 'til they dropped for a great cause.

— Marciana MacDonald
Bryant Botero and Angela Katz
Betsy Smith
Gerry and Priscilla Kane
Megan Sheekey and Roswitha Graser
Nanette Smith and Jeanette Wagner
Anita Contini and Steve Van Anden
Sarah Knapp
Robin Renzi and Gillian Miniter
Jessica Seinfeld, Katherine Snider, Robin Renzi, and Megan Sheekey
Nancy Missett, Samantha Topping, and Whitney Topping
Emma and Rick Low
Gail Marquis
Robin Renzi and Audrey Smaltz
Josh Satterthwaite, Liz Neumark, and Howard Sharfstein
Megan Sheekey, Jeanne Mullgrav, and Nancy Missett
Keith Phillips
Joan Bright and Laura Stanley
Stephanie Dua
The investment team of Sherrill, Seybolt & Meizels, joined by their new partner, Tom Barr, held a cocktail party which included a retrospective of Hollywood's Golden Age of Film: the Great Depression. The theme of the fete was a celebration of the human spirit in challenging time.
 
Film Advocate John Farr narrated an overview of this most productive time in Hollywood during the countries greatest economic hardship. Film clips included the Marx Brothers, Clark Gable and William Powell. Party attendees enjoyed a witty presentation along with clips from several of the best films from the era.
Claudia Suan and Minalie Chen
Winston and Isabel Fowlkes
Charley McLendon, John Farr, David Sherrill, Caroline Williamson, and Robert Williamson
Russell Burke
David deForest Keys and Christina Keys
Tim Taft, Angela Nielen, and Mark Murray
Heather McDowell and Tom Barr
Bill Zachary, John Steele Gordon, Caroline Guthrie, and Lucien Guthrie
Federico Mennella, David Sherrill, and Amb. John Loeb
Cornelia and Stewart Clifford
Will Ziglar and David Stack
Margot Johnson, tephan Fowlkes, and Lorna de Wangen
Crossan Seybolt, Craig Snyder, and Ted Warren
Gordon Pattee and John Steele Gordon
The Parrish Art Museum hosted it's annual Parrish Presents Holiday Bazaar last Friday.

The holiday gala was kicked off with a preview Cocktail Party for Benefactors, Patrons, Sponsors and Friends. Retailers filled the concert hall, displaying an array of extravagant and unique items. The market was brimming with treasures and the silent auction enticed the most discriminating bargain hunters with its designer items, jewelry and priceless antiques.

All came out to meet noted authors Ina Garten, David Friend, and Kate and James McMullan at the Museum shop's book signing. There was something for everyone at this event, especially that person on your list who simply has everything. The Museum Shop is open throughout the holidays and is a great stop for your holiday shopping needs. Visit www.parrishart.org.
Gary Lawrence and Zita Davisson
Mildred Brim and Carlo Bronzini
Eleni and Randall Gianopulos
Morgane Le Fay and Terrie Sultan
Jean and Martin Shafiroff
Terry McCoy and Dawn Chase
Nancy Licata and Jamie Lynn Licata
Hans Boujaran with sister Dr. Azar Boujaran
Deanna Annis
Terrie Sultan with mother Phyllis Sultan
Catherine Chiffert and her dad Marc
Linda Clifford, Randall Feinberg, and Keven Bridge
Cee Brown and Ina Garten
Pamela and William Steifel
John Leathers and friend
Julia McCormack and Lisa Crawford
Dorothy Lichtenstein, Alexandra Stanton, and Debbie Bancroft
Cara Wingfield and friend
Dorothy Lichtenstein and Hal Buckner
Edward Callaghan, Vanessa Leggard, and John Wegorzewski
Jessica Ferrari and Walter Sullivan III
Jonathan Capehart with his mother Margaret and Alexandra Stanton
Frances Shelton Bruder and Bill Bruder
Al Spok
Lin Restivo
David Friend of Vanity Fair
Stanley Passo
John Leathers, Katherine Andreassen, and Gary Andreassen
Kimberly McSparran
Kate Mc Mullan
Jaime Bello

Photographs by Patrick McMullan.com (Cinema); Ann Watt (Mayor's Fund & Parrish).

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