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on the avenue Marjorie Gubelmann

Eli Mizrahi and Crystal Renn

Caryn Zucker and Nathalie Kaplan

ON POINTE

Anh Duong and Hamish Bowles

The American Ballet Theatre’s fall opening night gala heats up the David H. Koch Theatre

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ociety swans and notable New Yorkers mingled under a tornado-inspired visual feast by event designer Bronson van Wyck. Transforming the Theatre’s promenade, van Wyck paid tribute to ballet producer Alexei Ratmansky’s rendition of Shakespeare’s The Tempest. David and Julia Koch, Charles Rockefeller, Sigourney Weaver and Alan Cumming were among the supporters who helped raise $1.65 million at the cultural event.

David and Julia Koch

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Genevieve Jones

John Meeks, Andrea Stark and James Aman

Ellie Cullman and Mario Buatta

Donald and Melania Trump

RUNNING THE SHOW The AVENUE Antiques, Art & Design Show fêtes its opening night at the Park Avenue Armory

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pper East Siders and art and antique enthusiasts flocked to the Park Avenue Armory for an invitation-only preview of the AVENUE show, which featured 65 distinguished exhibitors. Design chairs Ellie Cullman and Mario Buatta welcomed guests, including Donald and Melania Trump, Maggie Norris and Audrey Gruss, while Andrea Stark and Liliana Cavendish surveyed the plethora of booths. Big-name interior decorators such as Geoffrey Bradfield, Bunny Williams and James Aman filled the room, which showcased a wide range of works—from 17th century fine furniture to modern and contemporary art.

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Geoffrey Bradfield

Profile for AVENUE Magazine

AVENUE December 2013  

Founded in 1976, AVENUE is a must-read among the city’s most discerning, stylish and savvy audiences. As Manhattan’s oldest society magazine...

AVENUE December 2013  

Founded in 1976, AVENUE is a must-read among the city’s most discerning, stylish and savvy audiences. As Manhattan’s oldest society magazine...