Fendi recently kicked off its partnership with FOG Design+Art 2019 by hosting a cocktail party in its San Francisco boutique.
Artist Kara Walker was recently honored with the SFMOMA Contemporary Vision Award, at a dinner organized by the Modern Art Council, and attended by museum supporters and artists.
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!
Neiman Marcus and Vanity Fair, with writer Amy Fine Collins, recently hosted a luncheon in celebration of Vanity Fair’s 2013 International Best Dressed List. Guests included some of the West Coast’s best dressed women, such as Vanessa Getty, Pamela Joyner, and Sobia Shaikh. It also provided an opportunity to meet Alan Morell, the new general manager for Neiman Marcus’s Union Square store, following the move of our beloved John Capizzi to Bergdorf Goodman in New York.
On January 30, 2013, guests gathered at the home of Komal Shah and Gaurav Garg’s Atherton home for a celebration anticipating the Opening Gala for the exhibition, “China’s Terracotta Warriors: The Emperor’s First Legacy” at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco.
The event was hosted by Christian Dior, which presented the beautiful Dior Spring-Summer 2013 collection to the guests. Museum Director, Jay Xu, remarked on the wonderful collection as a perfect match to the eighth “wonder of the world,” the Terracotta Warriors, which will be on display throughout the exhibition.
The exhibit at the http://www.asianart.org/exhibitions_index/terracotta-warriors / Asian Art Museum runs through May 27, 2013 .
Gentry recently published a wonderful article on “The 15 Amazing Women You’ll Want to Meet, from the Ballet to the Boardroom,” including Libby Leffler, Pamela Joyner and Jesse Draper among them. Check it out.
At the gala opening of the Asian Art Museum’s Phantoms of Asia exhibit, chairs Komal Shah and Eliza Cash welcomed museum board members, major donors, civic, corporate and social leaders, artists featured in the exhibition, and art enthusiasts from around the world to one of the season’s most important events.
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!
Mark your calendars for the (Private) Collections Spring Art Tour benefitting Enterprise for High School Students returning on April 14th, 2011.
After attending a fundraiser in Atherton on October 21, 2010 for Kamala Harris, President Obama went to dinner at the home of Marissa Mayer and Zachary Bogue
The League of Women Voters of San Francisco recently awarded five exceptional women at their annual “Women Who Could Be President” gala.
The National CASA Association recently held a reception at the home of Pamela Joyner and Fred Giuffrida to celebrate the launch of the CASA “Keeping the Promise” Campaign.
On January 20th, the San Francisco Ballet Auxiliary hosted Silver Celebration honoring Helgi Tomasson’s 25 years as Artistic Director, and launching SF Ballet’s 2010 season.
amela Joyner and Fred Giuffrida recently opened the doors to their Presidio Heights home in San Francisco to raise funds for a worthy cause: Survivor Corps.
Take a look at the 70 most impressive looks from the San Francisco Symphony and Opera galas.
The highlight of the Season was the luncheon that Pamela Joyner and Fred Giuffrida hosted for Desiree Rogers, Special Assistant to the President and White House Social Secretary, at their Presidio Terrace home.