Luxury Living Hosts An Evening Of Cocktails and Charity to Benefit Panthera

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Ally Coulter, Thomas Kaplan, Peter Tunney, Alberto Vignatelli== Luxury Living Panthera Own the Night == Luxury Living, NYC== October 14, 2015== ©Patrick McMullan== photo - Owen Hoffmann/PatrickMcMullan.com== ==
Ally Coulter, Thomas Kaplan, Peter Tunney, Alberto Vignatelli Luxury Living Panthera Own the Night Luxury Living photo – Owen Hoffmann/PatrickMcMullan
Ally Coulter, Alberto Vignatelli Luxury Living Panthera photo - Owen Hoffmann/PatrickMcMullan.com
Ally Coulter, and Alberto Vignatelli Luxury Living Panthera Own the Night Luxury Living ©Patrick McMullan photo – Owen Hoffmann/PatrickMcMullan.com
Atmosphere== Luxury Living Panthera Own the Night == Luxury Living, NYC== October 14, 2015== ©Patrick McMullan== photo - Owen Hoffmann/PatrickMcMullan.com== ==
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Luxury LIving the premier showroom for sleek designer interiors like Fendi Casa, Trussardi Casa, the Heritage Collection and Bentley furniture, hosted an elegant cocktail party this week in support of the philanthropic wildlife association Panthera at their showroom in midtown Manhattan.  The Panthera organization is devoted to the conservation of the world’s 38 wild cat species and their ecosystems. Dr Thomas Kaplan, the founder and Chairman of Panthera spoke eloquently and passionately about the efforts they have put in place to aid in the conservation of “big cats”. Also in attendance was artist Peter Tunney who donated two of his original artworks ( of wild cats)  to a silent auction which will benefit the conservation organization.

The Luxury Living Group’s founder and CEO,Alberto Vignatelli and his newly appointed  Vice President and Creative Director, Ally Coulter, was also in attendance. A percentage of the showroom sales ( of interior items and furniture) will be donated to Panthera from Oct 14, to Nov 14th.

Panthera states ( in their website)  that conserving big cats and their habitats support the health and survival of thousands of plant and animal species around the globe including people.

Peter Tunney is an artist that uses collage as his medium, and has crisscrossed the globe a number of times. He is well versed in the need for conservation efforts with wild cats from his travel to the African savannah. He also works in paint, wood, photography, printed materialand found objects.

To donate to Panthera organization Click Here

 

 

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