The San Francisco Opera Guild recently honored Bay Area philanthropists John A. and Cynthia Fry Gunn at the sixth annual “An Evening on the Stage,” one of the highlights of the fall social season.
Neiman Marcus Union Square recently transformed their penthouse space to give it the feeling of a 1930s nightclub in honor of Libertine founder and creative director, Johnson Hartig.
Few organizations reach their diamond anniversary, however, Villa Taverna just celebrated 60 years of upscale dining service to its members with a grand red carpet celebration.
The 2016 FOG Design + Art Fair opened with a tribute to David Bowie, and provided an exciting overview of the best offerings in modern and contemporary art and design.
Neiman Marcus Union Square recently hosted a cocktail party to celebrate Johnson Hartig’s new book, Libertine: The Creative Beauty, Humor, and Inspiration Behind the Cult Label.
Komal Shah and Barbara Brown recently joined Saks Fifth Avenue in hosting an afternoon luncheon to celebrate Peter Copping, the new Creative Director for Oscar de la Renta.
Electric Fashion by Christine Suppes, with photos by Frederic Aranda, is one of the most exciting fashion books of the year. Here are 6 reasons why!
Fashion critic Christine Suppes names her best dressed for the 2015 Academy Awards, and you may be surprised by who she selected. Giuliana Rancic would be!
On October 30, 2014, Sir Jonathan Ive will receive the prestigious “Bay Area Treasure Award” from SFMOMA’s Modern Art Council,
Neiman Marcus Union Square and Vanity Fair recently celebrated the 20th Anniversary of “The Art of Fashion,” with a fabulous brunch and fashion presentation.
The San Francisco Opera Guild recently hosted the opening night of the Opera’s 92nd Season with the theme of “Passione,” co-chaired by Teresa Medearis and Cynthia Schreuder, with honorary chairs Cynthia Fry Gunn and Dede Wilsey, with Opera Guild president Karen Kubin.
Before flying to New York for the big Fashion Week debut at Barney’s of her new book, “365 Style,” Nicky Hilton recently visited San Francisco, where friends and fans got a special peak at it the very day it was released by her publishers.
The debut of FOG Design + Art at the Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason demonstrated that San Francisco, despite its size, is a great art city.
Founded by event designer Stanlee Gatti, interior designer Douglas Durkin, and the late Elaine McKeon, the four-day show celebrating 20th and 21st century “design in all its forms” featured prominent dealers from around the country. They exhibiting progressive design and art that set an entirely new standard for the Bay Area, with over 4,000 visitors attending.
Valentino was recently joined by supporters of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in celebrating…
George Lucas was recently honored by the San Francisco Museum of Art’s Modern Art Council with the museum’s 14th annual Bay Area Treasure Award, an annual lifetime-achievement award recognizing Bay Areaâ€“based artists and cultural leaders who continually redefine the field of visual art.
Neiman Marcus, with Barbara Brookins and Gail Glasser, recently hosted a reception and book signing in honor of Gladys Perint Palmer, author of the wonderful new book, “Adam and Yves.”
The book provides a tongue-in-cheek history of fashion. As Valentino Garavani remarked, “her drawings have life.” And the book is indeed a lively thing to read, with every turn of the page showing an unexpected juxtaposition of major moments in world history and fashion.
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