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  • Phantoms of Asia at Asian Art Museum | SFLUXE

    Phantoms of Asia at Asian Art Museum

    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. More

  • New, Symphonic Dances: San Francisco Ballet 2012 | SFLUXE

    New, Symphonic Dances: San Francisco Ballet 2012

    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! More

  • (PRIVATE) COLLECTIONS | SFLUXE 2

    (PRIVATE) COLLECTIONS

    Mark your calendars for the (Private) Collections Spring Art Tour benefitting Enterprise for High School Students returning on April 14th, 2011. More

  • Women Who Could Be President

    The League of Women Voters of San Francisco recently awarded five exceptional women at their annual “Women Who Could Be President” gala. More


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    Keeping the Promise | SFLUXE

    Keeping the Promise

    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. More

  • Scenes of Style: Ballet 2010 | SFLUXE

    Scenes of Style: Ballet 2010

    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. More


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    The Third Annual Masked Ball | SFLUXE 1

    The Third Annual Masked Ball

    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. More

  • Pamela Joyner's Lunch for Desiree Rogers | SFLUXE 1

    Pamela Joyner’s Lunch for Desiree Rogers

    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. More

  • Touching Hearts in San Francisco | SFLUXE

    Touching Hearts in San Francisco

    Sophie Azouaou, Host and Co-Producer of the upcoming NBC show “Touching Hearts,” recently held a birthday celebration at Piperade for Ludmila Eggleton. More

  • Azadeh's Union Square Soiree | SFLUXE 3

    Azadeh’s Union Square Soiree

    The elegant Azadeh Couture showroom in Union Square was the setting recently for “Une Soiree A Paris,” an evening of fashion, glamour and cocktails.

    The occasion brought together some of the designer’s most loyal, long-term customers, such as Pamela Joyner, as well as several newcomers to the label, who were shown the beautiful Spring 2009 collection.
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  • Zang Toi's Design for the Winter Ball | SFLUXE 2

    Zang Toi’s Design for the Winter Ball

    New York based Malaysian fashion designer Zang Toi has signed on as The Encore sponsor of The School of American Ballet’s Winter Ball, taking place in New York on March 9th, 2009.

    In anticipation of the event, we’ve asked for this exclusive preview of the beautiful gown he designed for San Francisco-based philanthropist Pamela Joyner, who is an Event Chair.

    Zang describes Ms. Joyner’s couture gown as a silk and stain strapless “Diva Gown” with silver beading and embroidered French chantily lace. He has also designed the gown that Pamela Joyner’s daughter, Michelle Giuffrida, will wear. More

  • Azadeh's Moment | SFLUXE 5

    Azadeh’s Moment

    San Francisco designer Azadeh Riaz received the best possible promotional coverage this weekend when the City’s unofficial Social Ambassador to Washington D.C., Pamela Joyner, was photographed in the Chronicle wearing pieces the designer had created for her to wear to various Inauguration week activities.

    We find that Azadeh’s designs have a body-conscious, sexy cut, yet are also very regal. Perhaps it has something to do with her background — she spent five years at the beginning of her career by designing for the Royal Family of Saudi Arabia!
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