Tiffany & Co Celebrates The SFMOMA Modern Ball 2016

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Modern met timelessness at the invitation-only cocktail reception hosted by Tiffany & Co to celebrate the SFMOMA Modern Ball 2016. The newly renovated San Francisco Museum Of Modern Arts (SFMOMA) will open its doors on May 14th 2016, after being closed for a three-year expansion project. 
And to start the celebration on the highest level, one of the city’s premier destination for luxury shopping invited guests into its renovated Union Square location to raise a toast in the company of breathtaking jewels. 
 
It was Tiffany & Co, of course, the world’s premier jeweler. I thank Truman Capote for the magical power of the word “Tiffany.” No, they did not serve breakfast that day, but the evening reception was just as simple and elegant. SF’s most fashionable showed up in a stunning array of dresses and jewels. Here, surrounded by exceptional diamond collections, bracelets, necklaces, fine watches and famous engagement rings, modern art and timeless beauty were united to celebrate San Francisco culture in a most mesmerizing way.
 
The SFMOMA Modern Ball 2016 will be held on May 12th to celebrate an exiting new venture. The event is chaired by Gina Peterson, designed by the genius event planner Stanlee Gatti with the generous support of Tom Carroll, vice president of Tiffany & Co, Abigail Turin, Heidi Castelein, Douglas Durkin, Alka Agrawal, Sabrina Buell, Patrick Chammas, Anderson Pugash, Dolly Chammas, Jonathan Gans, Bob Fisher, Katie Paige, Styart Peterson, Norah Stone, Susan Swig, Patricia Wilson, Vanessa Getty, Allison Speer, Komal Shah, Carol McNeil, Maria Manetti Shrem and Paula Carano.
Tom Carroll, Gina Peterson courtesy of Drew Altizer
Tom Carroll, Gina Peterson courtesy of Drew Altizer
Abigail Turin, Jonathan Gans courtesy of Drew Altizer
Abigail Turin, Jonathan Gans courtesy of Drew Altizer
Sabrina Buell, Alka Agrawal courtesy of Drew Altizer
Sabrina Buell, Alka Agrawal courtesy of Drew Altizer
Jennifer Walske, Teresa Pahl courtesy of Drew Altizer
Jennifer Walske, Teresa Pahl courtesy of Drew Altizer
Heidi Castelein, Stanlee Gatti courtesy of Drew Altizer
Heidi Castelein, Stanlee Gatti courtesy of Drew Altizer
Matthew Goldman, Maria Manetti Shrem, Greg Lopez, Jason Goldman courtesy of Drew Altizer
Matthew Goldman, Maria Manetti Shrem, Greg Lopez, Jason Goldman courtesy of Drew Altizer
Elaine Asher, Allison Speer, Maria Manetti Shrem courtesy of Drew Altizer
Leigh Matthes, Vanessa Getty courtesy of Drew Altizer
Elaine Asher, Allison Speer, Maria Manetti Shrem courtesy of Drew Altizer
Elaine Asher, Allison Speer, Maria Manetti Shrem courtesy of Drew Altizer
Paula Carano courtesy of Drew Altizer
Paula Carano courtesy of Drew Altizer
Komal Shah, Dolly Chammas courtesy of Drew Altizer
Komal Shah, Dolly Chammas courtesy of Drew Altizer
Edith Robles, Mario Diaz, Heide Betz courtesy of Drew Altizer
Edith Robles, Mario Diaz, Heide Betz courtesy of Drew Altizer
Bob Fisher, Randi Fisher courtesy of Drew Altizer
Bob Fisher, Randi Fisher courtesy of Drew Altizer
Tom Carroll, Gina Peterson, Patrick Chammas courtesy of Drew Altizer
Tom Carroll, Gina Peterson, Patrick Chammas courtesy of Drew Altizer
Norman Stone, Komal Shah courtesy of Drew Altizer
Norah Stone, Tyler Florence courtesy of Drew Altizer

 

Norman Stone, Komal Shah courtesy of Drew Altizer
Norman Stone, Komal Shah courtesy of Drew Altizer
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