As if this the Lenox Hill Neighbor House Spring Gala isn’t fabulous enough, this year the Black Tie Theme is “All That Glitters . . .” On Tuesday, April 18, long time supporter and Board Member, John H. Manice along with renowned designer and member of the Spring Gala Design Committee Geoffrey Bradfield, will be honored at Cipriani’s 42nd Street. You must arrive early for a viewing of the fantastically designed tables by some of the most decoratated designers of today, all interpreting the luminous theme. ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST magazine and Janus et Cie are the media sponsors of the gala. The Design Chairs are interior designers Lindsey Coral Harper, Alberto Villalobos; and designer Christopher Spitzmiller Since 1894, the Neighborhood House has provided an extensive array of effective and integrated human services, which significantly improve the lives of 15,000 people in need each year. For more information, contact Virginia Pitman, Director of Special Events, at 212-218-0474 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
When stepping out in style to a Black Tie Ball, and the theme shimmers with excitement, All that Glitters . . . COULD BE GOLD! We shopped our affiliates to find a worthy ensemble with a sophisticated shimmer. This Alice+Olivia Kristina Sequined Tulle is such a delightful look for spring and summer formals. Accessories are kept to a minimum with a great pair of Rosantica Pascoli statement earrings, an Eddie Borgo Pepper Velvet Bag in the softest of shades, and our favorite evening sandals by Stuart Weitzman. You will look as fabulous as you feel, gliding across the crowded dance floor in an elegant floor length formal.
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