Libby Parker looked simply elegant at a cocktail party celebrating Cornelia Guest’s book Simple Pleasures, in a yellow sheath with black brushstroke pattern. The look was completed with an unconventional yellow-orange handbag which somehow complements the mustard dress without pulling focus.
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When one takes a trip down society’s most exclusive memory lane—veering just off their usual Fifth and Madison Avenues—daydreaming of the days when ladies who lunch ruled the Upper East Side, one inevitably thinks of Mortimer’s: the iconic watering hole for Manhattan’s elite. It was a space that harbored those who exemplified everything that was Read More
Midway through a Google chat at around 5 p.m. yesterday afternoon, The Observer caught wind of the Save Venice gala, and that it would be happening that very night – an illustrious masquerade that was “un-missable,” at least in the parlance of our chat companion.
Donning our tuxedo, we rushed out the door and picked up the cheapest harlequin mask we could find at Ricky’s – we had been told the event was mask-mandatory, a remarkable understatement considering the extravagance of the oceanic costumes seen strutting about the red carpet at 583 Park Avenue.