Joy Venturini Bianchi, one of San Francisco’s most beloved philanthropists, fashionistas and founder of San Francisco’s Helpers House of Couture, enjoyed a phenomenal evening at the annual gala for the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles on March 30th. The Museum marked its 35th anniversary with a celebration that attracted some serious star power from Katy Perry to Diana Ross.
Bianchi was escorted by musical artist Wes Carroll and shared special moments with long time friends Ben Bourgeois,the evening’s international party planner who created the ambiance for the luscious evening, and his husband, Andrew Rhoda. Bianchi encountered friends and celebrities including Liz Goldwyn, the film maker from the Metro Goldwyn, the Mayer Family, Sally and Michelle Perrin, owners of Perrin Paris 1893 In Beverly Hills and the infamous and Dita Von Teese.
Here is a peek inside of her enchanting evening.