Stuart Peterson

Cate Blanchett wore Tiffany jewels with an Armani gown at the 2016 Academy Awards.

Tiffany, a Classic Jeweler for a Modern Ball

Tiffany & Co. in San Francisco recently hosted a cocktail party to celebrate the SFMOMA’s upcoming Modern Ball 2016, featuring a performance by Odesza.

Cameron Silver's Decades: A Century of Fashion | SFLUXE

Cameron Silver’s Decades: A Century of Fashion

Cameron Silver’s new book, Decades: A Century of Fashion, was recently celebrated at a chic cocktail party hosted by Vanessa Getty and Bill Getty in San Francisco.

Go To The Ball With Armani | SFLUXE

Go To The Ball With Armani

Giorgio Armani recently held a cocktail party at their Post Street store in honor of the 2012 Modern Ball Committee. On hand were Modern Ball Chair Dolly Chammas and several SFMOMA trustees and supporters.

Mid Winter Gala 2012: Chanel and the Cult of Beauty | SFLUXE

Mid Winter Gala 2012: Chanel and the Cult of Beauty

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.

Gucci Celebrates 90 Years | SFLUXE 2

Gucci Celebrates 90 Years

In celebration of Gucci’s 90th anniversary, the House recently hosted a private cocktail party at its San Francisco store.

SF20/21: Reaching into the 21st Century | SFLUXE 2

SF20/21: Reaching into the 21st Century

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.

SF20/21 Starting September 15 | SFLUXE

SF20/21 Starting September 15

One of our favorite annual events, the SF20/21 San Francisco Art and Design Show and Sale, now in its 4th year, will return on September 15-18, 2011, to the Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason Center.

Tipping Point’s 5th Raises $6.5 Million

The 5th Annual Tipping Point Community benefit, for 2011, raised $6.5 million to prevent poverty in the Bay Area.