Vietnamese American Gala | SFLUXE 51
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Vietnamese American Gala

“Vietnamese American: The Next Generation,” chaired by
Rosalina Lydster and Angie Elconin, with honorary host Jeannie Mai,was
held in honor of the Vietnamese Cultural Center in San Jose.
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Compassion and Fashion at Neiman Marcus | SFLUXE
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Compassion and Fashion at Neiman Marcus

Maitri recently held its 23rd Annual Gala and Auction fundraiser “BLISS 2010” at the Golden Gate Club. To celebrate Carmen Marc Valvo’s involvement in the fundraiser with Sandra Bernhard, Joel Goodrich hosted a lunch in his honor at Neiman Marcus in San Francisco.
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Rosalina Lydster at the Oscars | SFLUXE 1
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Rosalina Lydster at the Oscars

We are so happy to see that a major piece of jewelry from local designer Rosalina Lydster was worn at the Oscars this year. Robin Wright Penn’s one-of-a-kind Rosalina bracelet, with over 11.5 carats worth of diamonds, is valued at $55,000. It complimented her Monique Lhuillier gown absolutely beautifully!
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The Ballet's Most Beautiful Dresses | SFLUXE 3
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The Ballet’s Most Beautiful Dresses

You may have seen the San Francisco Chronicle’s poll asking for readers to chose their favorite gown from the opening night gala of the San Francisco Ballet. The choices include dresses worn by Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Jenny Georges, Kris Anthony, Melissa Barber and Yurie Pascarella.
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Look of the Day: Ungaro | SFLUXE 1
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Look of the Day: Ungaro

Today’s look of the day comes to us from Marybeth La Motte of RedCarpetSF.com. Marybeth had a special correspondent from San Francisco in Paris for Ungaro’s Spring 2009 collection. See their coverage straight from the Paris runway.
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Hell Week’s Best Dressed

After looking through literally thousands of photos that Drew Altizer and his team took at the Symphony and Opera opening parties, SFLuxe has gathered our favorite selections for the week’s best dressed. For the most part, people went beyond basic black, opting instead for interesting proportions, colors and styles. We hope you agree!
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