Haute Author Dennis Brinkworth
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The elegant and historic Peninsula Beverly Hills hotel has fashionista in mind for their newest ultra-luxe package. The Next Stop Neiman Marcus shopping package is a glamorous, only-in-Beverly-Hills experience for all those ladies who love indulging like a So-Cal. girl would.
From May 31 to June 3 at this year’s Auction Napa Valley, don’t get startled if you hear “BAM! BAM! BAAAAM!” It’s only Emeril Lagasse cooking up one of his Creole inspired dishes. The event, which is known for its fine wine, also has an impressive lineup of renowned Chefs from Napa Valley and around the nation. Headlining these white-apron wearing wizards of cuisine is none other than Lagasse.
On Sunday, April 22, the Kobe and Vanessa Bryant Family Foundation teamed up with the Swiss watch brand, Girard-Perregaux, where Kobe and Vanessa hosted a fundraiser for the foundation, which helps families in need through educational and cultural programs.
Although the new HBO show, “Girls” is the talk of the town; “Sex and the City” is still making ripples in the media. Carrie Bradshaw’s New York townhouse has a new mystery owner.
“Sweet Sixteens” are chump change compared to what they have in London this June 3. Londoners and all lovers of the Queen will head to a Union Jack covered street festival next door to Buckingham Palace to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s super sweet sixty-year reign.
100 trees will be sprouting in Long Island City thanks to 400 volunteers who participated in last weekend’s Earth Day “One Thing That’s Green” tree planting event. The New York Restoration Project and its MillionTreesNYC initiative was a success as the weather was sunny, and the mood was upbeat.
Chef David Myers, owner of Los Angeles’ Pizzeria Ortica and Comme Ca, will soon open an Asian inspired restaurant in The Century, a luxury condominium tower in Century City.
After debuting in New York a few weeks ago, Vera Wang brings her unique 2013 red bridal collection to her Vera Wang Bridal Shop on Melrose Ave. The collection includes couture gowns in shades of cherry, cinnbar, scarlet and burgundy.
Google founder Sergey Brin sported his new futuristic glasses, but that couldn’t help him find the waiter, or in that case anything in the pitch black dining room at this years “Dinner in the Dark” fundraiser for the Foundation Fighting Blindness in San Francisco.
During the “Silver Sixties,” William John Kennedy, then a freelance photographer, recorded the rise of a young Andy Warhol and the ensuing Pop Art Movement at his Manhattan studio, “The Factory.” Over fifty years later, those images are on display in New York.