All posts tagged "Bob Colacello"
Meet Me At c/o The Maidstone
For a storybook escape, combine Scandinavian hospitality with superfine dining and a doting staff that anticipates your every need. It’s no Swedish fairy tale: It’s c/o The Maidstone, where 16 cozy rooms and three quaint cottages bring a much-needed dose of world-class hospitality to the Hamptons. BY DENA SILVER A Moment With…c/o The Maidstone Owner
The Arty Crowd Hits Brooklyn For Pioneer Works’ Village Fête fundraiser
(NEW YORK) Felicitous weather, a beautifully renovated venue, and fashionable friends proved to be the perfect combination for last night’s Village Fête fundraiser, hosted by Pioneer Works, Brooklyn’s latest culture incubator. Founded by contemporary artist Dustin Yellin, Pioneer Works resides in a 24,000 square foot former storage warehouse in the secluded waterfront neighborhood of Red Hook. A
The Tribeca Ball's Arty Five-Floor Bash
â€œSo, have you bought any pieces yet?â€: That was the oft-repeated question of the evening at the annual art-intensive Tribeca Ball. Housed in the New York Academy of Art, guests in cocktail attire and heels traipsed up and down five flights of stairs to check out the hundreds of canvases, sculptures, and installations on display from the academyâ€™s students. With ample recharging stations (aka, bars stocked with wine and beer) guests were fueled to weave in and out of the miniature studios, interspersing purchases with air kisses. The young artists themselves were on hand with the task of selling...
Marjorie Gubelmann, Spin Sister
The transformation of 45-year-old socialite Marjorie Gubelmann into DJ Mad Marj is among the unlikliest of second acts we could dream up. But who said the turnables were reserved for 20-something rock spawn and model-slash-whatevers? So how did Marjâ€™s moment come about? It was Paper magazineâ€™sÂ MickeyÂ Boardman who persuaded her to break out the Eighties anthems. The pair talk Flo Rida, Givenchy couture, and plans for fashion world domination over dinner at Indochine. BY PAIGE REDDINGER
We'll have what she's having. In the case of Glenda Bailey's ebullient moment du applause, that would involve the annual New York Academy of Art's Tribeca Ball, featuring a din whipped up by Daniel Boulud. The event was presented by Van Cleef & Arpels and honoring Bob Colacello. Whenever you need a LOL break at Bazaar, just give us a ring, Glenda.