British Vogue has coined a new term, SWAGs, or “Silicon’s Wives and Girlfriends,” in an article featuring Marissa Mayer, Alison Pincus, Allison Speer, Bita Daryabari, Juliet de Baubigny, and others.
The most influential business leader in the world under 40 is Marissa Mayer, according to Fortune Magazine, which has placed her at the top of their annual list of the 40 most influential executives under the age of 40.
Marissa Mayer and Zachary Bogue, and Bulgari North America President Alberto Festa, recently hosted a dinner and private viewing of “The Art of Bulgari: La Dolce Vita and Beyond, 1950-1990” in the tower at the de Young Museum.
Paula Carano and Troy Griepp were named to the top of Nob Hill Gazette’s “Best Dressed List 2013.” The annual reader’s poll, now in its 10th year, has named Angelique Griepp (Mrs. Troy Griepp won in 2011), Vanessa Getty, Marissa Mayer, Lisa Grotts, Denise Hale, Pamela Joyner, Tatiana Sorokko, Clara Shayevich, Trevor Traina, Danielle Steel, Dede Wilsey, Patrick Barber, Zach Bogue, Alex Mehran and other familiar faces to its Best Dressed Hall of Fame list.
This year’s Runners Up were Charlot Malin, Deepa Pakianathan, Ken Fulk and Jeffrey Hayes.
Read the Nob Hill Gazette online at http://www.nobhillgazette.com/wp/2013/07/best-dressed-07-13 / www.nobhillgazette.com to see more!
The 2013 Build Gala raised $1.5 million, with guests including Marissa Mayer, Jack Dorsey, Aaron Levie, Megan Quinn, and other leaders of San Francisco philanthropy and technology.
The Mid Winter Gala for 2013 honored the exhibit, “Girl with a Pearl Earring: Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis” with a chic winter wonderland that raised over $400k. Marissa Mayer, Jonathan Ive, Alison Pincus, Vanessa Getty, Dick Costolo, Stephan Jenkins, Connie Nielsen, Lori Levine, Evgenia Peretz, Jeremy Stoppelman, Trevor Traina, Allison Speer and Kathryn Lasater were among the 380 who attended.
See some of the most elegant men and women to attend the 2013 San Francisco Symphony opening gala, celebrating the Symphony’s 101st season.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art transformed into a multivenue art party this season for its premier fundraising gala, the Modern Ball.
To celebrate the launch of Minted’s new art prints business, the company’s CEO/Founder Mariam Naficy recently hosted a chic art-themed party at her San Francisco home.
Claiborne Swanson Frank as published her first book, American Beauty, and we were at the VIP launch party for it in San Francisco.
Now in its 8th year, the 2012 Mid-Winter Gala had the support of Chanel as Marquee Sponsor for the first time ever, and one could sense the elegant Chanel touch throughout the evening.
America’s oldest professional ballet company, the San Francisco Ballet can claim an illustrious history of “firsts,” including presenting the first American productions of Swan Lake and Nutcracker. The 2012 season upholds the tradition!
Chanel chartered a fleet of private planes to shuttle in socialites, celebrities and clients to Las Vegas for its Numeros Prives event. Guests included Jessica Alba, Marissa Mayer, Vanessa Getty, Alison Pincus, Mark Pincus, Rachel Zoe, Sloan Barnett, Derek Blasberg, Katie Traina, Todd Traina, Diane Kruger, Lily Collins, China Chow, Gia Coppola, Dree Hemingway, Poppy Delevigne, Brad Goreski, among others.
The new Zynga headquarters in San Francisco recently opened its doors for Fortune Magazine to celebrate the 2011 Fortune 40 Under 40 list, which highlights business’s hottest rising stars under 40 years of age.
Only in its forth year, SF20/21, held at the Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason, has had a big impact on the modern design scene, and it has continued to grow its repertoire. Claudia Juestel attended the recent 2011 show, and reported back on what she found.
Vanity Fair has made it official – San Francisco is the new center of the Universe for power and influence in business.