AVENUEinsider April 1, 2011
Founded in 1976, AVENUE is a must-read among the city’s most discerning, stylish and savvy audiences. As Manhattan’s oldest society magazine, and one of the first in the United States, the publication has exclusive access to Manhattan’s elite in a way that is distinct from other magazines.
on the avenue 2 1 A NUTTY NIGHT A cocktail reception toasting Jill Kargman at 50 Gramercy Park North 3 4 Corcoran agent Wendy Sarasohn hosted a cocktail reception for Jill Kargman’s new book, Sometimes I Feel Like a Nut. Makeup artist Stephanie Syat was on hand to apply false lashes and delicate wrist tattoos (which, as Kargman writes, is the “classy” spot for tats). Attendees Arie and Coco Kopelman, Hannah Bronfman, Caroline Hirsch, Julie Pinson and others went home with gift bags. 1 2 SHOPPING FOR A CAUSE 3 Reed Krakoff at Saks Palm Beach Designer Reed Krakoff made a personal appearance at Saks in Palm Beach to host an in-store cocktail reception in honor of Old Bags Luncheon co-chairs Sharon Apple and Judi Richards. Guests included Delphine Krakoff, Mary and Mark Freitas, Frances Fisher, Wendy Roberts, Dr. Eva Coleman, Lauren Kesselman, Helene Barre, Willa Cohen Bruckner, Soula Rifkin and Courtenay Connell-Toner. A portion of the evening’s sales benefited The Center for Family Services. 22 | AVENUE MAGAZINE · APRIL 2011 1. Tania Isacoff, Elizabeth Edelman and Hannah Bronfman 2. Jill and Harry Kargman 3. Arie and Coco Kopelman SHOPPING FOR A CAUSE: LUCIEN CAPEHART PHOTOGRAPHY; A NUTTY NIGHT: © PATRICK MCMULLAN 1. Lori Berg and Reed and Delphine Krakoff 2. Ashley Sharpe and Amanda King 3. Mark and Mary Freitas 4. Frances Fisher and Stanton Collemer