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Nov. 28, 2013

28 September 2013- 26 January 2014 Museum of Fashion

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IN THE COVER: Azzedine Alaïa

28 September 2013- 26 January 2014 After closing due to extensive renovations, the Palais Galliera reopened to the public once more during Paris Fashion Week. To commemorate the occasion, the famed fashion museum honored couturier Azzedine Alaïa by showcasing the very first Paris retrospective dedicated to the master designer’s seductive body of work. The exhibition, which is simply titled ‘Alaïa,’ was curated by Olivier Saillard, the director of the Galliera Museum, and was presented in the Palais’s newly renovated galleries along with the Matisse Room at the Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris. Over 30 years of Alaïa’s legendary work was represented by a selection of 70 remarkable dresses in a scenography created by French designer Martin Szekely, while the Matisse Room will showcase art near and dear to the creator’s heart. Alaïa debuted his first signature collection in 1979 after being encouraged to do so by his friend Thierry Mugler. Even his earliest work detailed the success that was to come with an immense attention for detail being made to the use of leather, jersey and the incorporation of stretch fabrics. Unlike most couturiers, Alaïa was capable of creating a garment from start to finish: beginning with a pattern, before moving onto putting cloth to a form and then cutting and sewing the fabric to his will. Poised to be the fashion fête of the year, the exhibition opened on September 28 in Paris and is slated to run through January 26, 2014.

Dear Friends, supporters and viewers! We, at Palm Beach Today International, are delighted to welcome everybody for the upcoming season 2013-2014. I wish you all, a glorious, fun and healthy season! So much has been planned, and there are many surprises waiting for you. We bring you the best social stories and news from around the world to your fingerprints! We present our cover with the famous world courtier AZZEDINE ALAIA, which took place in Paris for the Grand Opening of the PALAIS GALLIERA (Museum of Fashion) on September 28-th, 2013 during the Fashion Week in Paris. We will introduce you to the celebrations of the social events and charities from New York, Palm Beach, Monaco, Belgium, Germany, France and Asia. Let us guide you through another successful season! Stay tuned for more details! Best wishes

Maya A. Johnson Publisher and Editor in Chief Maya A. Johnson Graphic Designer Lucia F. Garcia

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Rita Hayworth Gala The 30th Anniversary of the Alzheimer’s Association Rita Hayworth Gala was held on Tuesday, October 22, 2013 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York, and raised nearly $1.7 million for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Alzheimer’s disease remains the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and more than 5 million Americans are currently living with the disease. Through the continued support of generous donors, the Alzheimer’s Association strives for a world without Alzheimer’s, by funding research that may lead to early detection of Alzheimer’s and therapies that will one day slow or stop the progression of this fatal disease.

Princess Yasmin Aga Khan

Nicole Sexton & John Lechleiter President and CEO of Eli Lilly and Company

Princess Yasmin Aga Khan

Padma Lakshmi & Naeem Khan

Princess Yasmin Aga Khan & Nicole Sexton

Joy & Regis Philbin

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Rita Hayworth was an

American dancer and film actress who achieved fame during the 1940s as one of the era’s top stars. Appearing first as Rita Cansino, she agreed to change her name to Rita Hayworth. Hayworth appeared in a total of 61 films over 37 years. She is one of six women who have the distinction of having danced on screen with both Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly. She is listed by the American Film Institute as one of the 100 Greatest Stars of All Time.

Rita Hayworth Award Honoree: Rolex, Stewart Wicht, President & CEO, Rolex Watch USA Underwritten by

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Harry Johns President and CEO Alzheimers Association with Nicole Sexton, Gala Chair

Stewart & Susan Wicht

Champion Award Honoree: John C. Lechleiter, Ph.D., Chairman, President & CEO, Eli Lilly and Company

General Chair: Princess Yasmin Aga Khan

Gala Chair: Nicole Sexton

Underwriting Chair: Stewart Wicht, President and CEO, Rolex Watch USA

Muffie Potter Aston

Patty Smyth & John McEnroe

Diana Krall, multi Grammy Award-winning artist

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Brugge, Belgium Photo credit to Maya Johnson

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Western Europe’s Hidden Gem: Bruges’ Hotel Heritage

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One of Western Europe’s most charming and romantic cities is the medieval city of Bruges in Belgium. It is one of the most perfectly preserved medieval cities in Europe, known for its rich history and tourist highlights.

Fondly referred to as “Venice of the North,” Bruges has earned the name by boasting picturesque waterways, elegant shopping, fabulous restaurants, chocolate, and world renowned hotels.

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Maya Johnson, Martini “Napoleon”, Johan and Isabelle Creytens, Vincent Labrosse

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Career Transition For Dancers’ 28th Anniversary Career Transition For Dancers

BROADWAY & BEYOND Celebrating Theatre & Dance

The connection to your future Career Transition For Dancers’ 28th Anniversary Jubilee was October 8th at New York City Center. The dance event of the season: ROLEX presents BROADWAY & BEYOND! Celebrating Theatre & Dance, was followed by a post-performance ‘Supper with the Stars,’ dancing and a live auction at The Grand Ballroom at the Hilton. The annual Rolex Dance Award was given to super-star Ann-Margret (two-time Academy Award Nominee, 5 Golden Globes, Emmy Award winner, Grammy Nominee). Liza Minnelli, the multi award winner (Tonys, Oscar, Grammy, Golden Globe, Emmy), and the recipient of the 2012 Rolex Dance Award presented the award to Ann-Margret. The Outstanding Contributions to the World of Dance Awards were given to Ann Van Ness and Harlequin Floors. Broadway is an American form of entertainment. BROADWAY & BEYOND! brought to life the magic of theatre, and emphasized the universal scope of dance in pop culture. The event opened with a new song by Lloyd G. Miller (son of prima ballerina Cynthia Gregory). There were performances to “Big Noise From Winnetka;” “Begin The Beguine;” “On The Town;” “Annie;” “A Chorus Line;” “Damn Yankees;” a tribute to Broadway choreographer Danny Daniels (“Tap Dance Kid”). Performing were Kelly Bishop, Lynn Cohen, Dulé Hill, Andrea McArdle, Christiane Noll, Rosie O’Donnell, Orfeh, Noah Racey, Randy Skinner, Jason Samuels Smith, Jimmy Tate and many others. The 28th Anniversary Chairs were Anka K. Palitz, and Susan & Stewart Wicht. Career Transition for Dancers received a special Tony as it is the only nonprofit organization in the USA devoted to helping all professional dancers transition when their brief dance career ends, at the average age of 34. Career Transition for Dancers provides emotional and career counseling, and scholarships for education, entrepreneurial endeavors and certification programs. Liza Minelli, Ann Margret

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Anka Palitz, Susan & Stewart Wicht, Ann Margaret Page 8

Ann Van Ness, Maya Johnson, Ann Margret Photo Credit to Annie Watt

Michelle & Larry Herbert


Photo Credit to Annie Watt L-R: Janice Becker, Roberta Silber, Stewart Wicht, Misti Wiedelitz, Susan Wicht, Anka Palitz, Ann Margaret, Michelle Riggi

Kimberly is the official hotel of CTFD’s 28th Anniversary Jubilee

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General Clark, Irene Athans, Susan Keenar, Chris Kellogg

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Ann van Ness & Ann Margret

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Paul Newman Founder of Camp Boggy Creek

Camp Boggy Creek is specifically designed for children with chronic or life threatening illnesses and allows them to safely enjoy the activities of a “traditional” camp. Between early morning swims and evening campfires, children whose lives have been a series of medical procedures and hospital stays are transformed into just “kids.” They have a chance to be with others coping with the same illness or condition and realize that they are not alone. The prescription for the day is fun, fun, fun! Laughter, giggles, friendships and excitement abound on the 232 acres of tall pines, majestic oaks and nature trails. Campers are empowered to do things they never dreamed they could do. They are infused with a spirit of accomplishment at every turn and allowed to forget that “they have what they have.” For many of them it is the first time they’ve felt “normal” since their diagnosis. Programs at Camp Boggy Creek include week long summer sessions as well as family retreat weekends and each includes full medical coverage with on site professionals in the illness specialty being served. During each of our summer sessions, up to 150 children with like illnesses arrive for a week of fun, adventure and independence.

General H. Norman Schwarzkopf For nearly two decades, General H. Norman Schwarzkopf has dedicated himself to the mission of Camp Boggy Creek. In honor of his commitment, Camp Boggy Creek have formed The Schwarzkopf Society to recognize those donors who embrace the General’s spirit of philanthropy and his steadfast commitment to our campers.

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The Camp Boggy Creek experience is more than a funfilled getaway. It helps children and their families to better cope with the day-to-day challenges they face in dealing with serious illness. www.boggycreek.org

For more information, to donate or to get involved, contact: Leah Miles at 561-281-1793.

Patricia Flynn Patricia Flynn, CPA, CSCP, is vice president, chief compliance officer of INTECH. Prior to joining INTECH, Ms. Flynn spent over 11 years with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, initially as a securities compliance examiner and later as a branch chief and assistant regional diaarector for the Regional Office. Prior to joining the Commission she worked in public accounting. Ms. Flynn is a Certified Public Accountant and has a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of South Florida. Ms. Flynn completed the FINRA Institute-Wharton Certificate Program in 2002 and is a Certified Regulatory and Compliance Professional. Ms. Flynn is a board member for the National Society of Compliance Professionals and has been a frequent speaker on compliance and regulatory matters at industry conferences. She holds the Certified Securities Compliance Professional (CSCP) designation.


Intercontinental Paris Avenue Marceau is a 5-star hotel near Champs Elysees and Arc de Triompe.

Hiroaki Uchiyama Edward is the new head of M64, the restaurant located in the InterContinental Paris Avenue Marceau. At 33, the young leader - who has gone through the George V, at Joel Robuchon , and was two second year in M64 - holds associate in its simple dishes, tradition, health but also exotic: “ I do not like not too complicated cooking with flavors, too much food in a dish, I prefer the simple things with taste, good things for health”

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Once the private mansion of the Comte de Breteuil, this beautifully renovated boutique hotel is at the very heart of Paris. Contemporary interiors blend art and design, from meeting rooms to the garden patio and terraces overlooking the Eiffel Tower. This luxury Paris hotel is home to exclusive Le M64 Restaurant, a popular venue offering contemporary French cuisine. You’re ideally located just a short walk from the Champs Elysées and exclusive couturiers.

Intercontinental Paris Avenue Marceau, Champs Elysees: 5 Star Luxury Boutique Hotel L-R: Antonin, Ismael, Philippe, Jean Michel, Chef Hiroaki Edward Uchiyama, M’Hamed, Valentin, Stephanie

www.ic-marceau.com 64 Av. Marceau 75008 Paris 33 1 44 43 36 36 33 1 42 84 10 30 contact@ic-marceau.com

Hiroaki Edward Uchiyama (Chef at Le M64, Restaurtant and Lounge Bar) Interview by Maya Johnson

Why did you choose to become a chef ? I grew up in a kitchen ever since I was a boy. My dad had a French restaurant in Montreal. I would help out every weekend. I love eating and discovering new taste. So, it was obvious to follow my dad’s steps. What do you do to stay educated about new trends? I like to eat out and travel all around the world. Tell me about your accomplishments that you are most proud of. When I came to France 10 years ago, I was supposed to stay here for three months. I met the right people and was given a great chance. Maya Johnson, Hiroaki Edward Uchiyama

I started as a stagiaire in a small restaurant, and now I’m a chef in a 5 star hotel. I would like to thank everybody I’ve met during this time. What are the best and worst kitchen experiences you have encountered during your career? One of my best and worst experiences was when I was working the night shift at the George V hotel. I received a phone call from Room Service to make Penne Tomato for Roger Federer, the tennis player. He was in a Tournament in Bercy the next day. I made him a double portion of pasta to give him enough strength for his big game. I was so happy to meet him that night. Unfortunately, he lost the match the next day and told me he ate too much the other night. Page 11


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n the presence of H.S.H. Prince Albert II, President of the Monaco Red Cross, and H.S.H Princess Charlène, the 65th Monaco Red Cross Gala took place on Friday August 2nd at the Monte-Carlo Sporting Salle des Étoiles. For the Organization, founded in 1948 by Prince Louis II, the gala, one of the most prestigious in the world, is an opportunity to thank volunteers for their generosity. It is also during the course of the evening, that a large part of the funds is collected in the form of donations or legacies. Supported and guided by the convictions of H.S.H. Prince Albert II, President of the organisation, the Monaco Red Cross has continued to expand its action throughout the world and has responded to multiplecalls from the International Red Cross for a global annual budget of €1,300,000. On the national level, in the Principality of Monaco and surrounding area, social actions represented an expenditure to the order of €1,200,000. For the prestigious Galas latest edition and as part of the 150th anniversary celebrations of the Société des Bains de Mer, the group New Scat will welcome guests. Italian band NeroCaffe’ and the Sporting Orchestra featuring Ty Stephens will musically accompany dinner, before Italian superstar Eros Ramazzotti will take his place centre stage. The Roman singer, who has sold over 55 million albums in 30 years of career, will perform an anthology of his greatest hits and reveal titles from his twelfth album “Noi”.

Eros Ramazzotti, Italian superstar Prince Albert II with his wife Princess Charlène Page 12


Monte-Carlo

The event program will conclude with illustrious DJ Bob Sinclar at the turntables. Sandrine Quétier and American host China Moses will animate the raffle draw, which, as always, includes an array of sumptuous prizes to be won. To harmonise with the tone of the Société des Bains de Mer’s 150th anniversary, the decoration has been designed to emanate sober elegance, using white and gold tones. Red will be prominent, with over 15,000 roses arranged in flower dishes placed on gold topped tables, its tint changing according to the variations of the lighting. Large led video panels will broadcast animations in tune with the various events of the evening. The evening came to a close with a spectacular firework display. This year the Monaco Red Cross Gala welcomes the most illustrative artists in the history of Italian pop: Eros Ramazzotti. Prince Albert arrives with his wife Charlene and sister Princess Caroline as VIP guests for the Monaco Red Cross Gala Ball 2013

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The New York Women’s Foundation

Jean Shafiroff

Diana L Taylor, Anne E Delaney

(“NYWF”) held a luncheon hosted by Board Member Jean Shafiroff, at Le Cirque Restaurant on Tuesday, October 22, 2013, in support of the 26th Annual New York’s Women Foundation Celebration to be held on November 14th, 2013 at the Starlight Roof at The Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Special guests Anne E. Delaney, Board Chair, and Diana L. Taylor, Board Member of The NYWF were featured speakers as well as Ana Oliveira, President & CEO of The New York Women’s Foundation. Guests in attendance included Co-Chair Grainne McNamara (The New York Women’s Foundation 26th Anniversary Celebration), Carolina Herrera (fashion designer), and Valerie Steele (Director and Chief Curator of The Museum at FIT); The New York Women’s Foundation 27th Celebrating Women Breakfast (2014) CoChairs Jennifer Giacobbe, Kwanza Butler, Taina Bien-Aime, and Karen Reynolds Sharkey; proud supporter of The NYWF Joyce Cowin; Jen Groover (empowerment expert & author), Rebecca Woodland (defense attorney and FOX News contributor), Debra Halpert (Publisher, Hamptons Magazine); Chele Chiavacci (Managing Director, Mistral Capital International) and Bonnie Comley (Vice President, Stellar Productions International); socialites Ann Rapp and Lucia Hwong Gordon. “The greatest gift is to be able to give,” said Ms. Shafiroff, who officially joined the board a year ago and has dedicated substantial time and efforts to support the Foundation and its mission of helping women and children.

Jean Shafiroff

Maya Johnson, Carolina Herrera

Photo Credit to Annie Watts

Melissa Lee, Ana Oliveira

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Couri Hay, Royce Pinkwater, Lucia Hwong Gordon

Diana Taylor, Valerie Steele, Carolina Herrara, Jean Shafiroff

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Women’s Foundation luncheon

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This is her goal at Boca Nursing Services, which she launched 18 years ago after spending time as a registered nurse who worked with private patients. “Continuity is very important to our clients,” Glamoclija says. “It’s comforting to know that someone who understands what you need and want is always available to help.”

We wish everyone a great upcoming season, and we look forward to see you. We invite everyone to dine with us!

To help ensure continuity of care and provide peace of mind for her patients and their families, Glamoclija developed a team approach designed to provide each client with a team of caregivers. “When I first meet with a patient, I immediately have an idea of which caregivers will make the best team,” she says. “We’ve discovered that there is a high degree of patient satisfaction that results from matching the right team to the patient.”

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Tony LoBianco, Tom Ridge, John Catsimatides, Richard Kendall

Federal Enforcement Homeland Security Foundation 3rd.Annual Tom Ridge Homeland Security Awards @ the Grand Hyatt on 10-28-13.

The Grand Hyatt was transformed into a Hall of Fame for Federal Law Enforcement Agents recently. The Federal Enforcement Homeland Security Foundation hosted their annual Tom Ridge Awards Gala honoring the CBP, ATF, ICE, USSS, DEA and Homeland Security. Over 550 guests filled the Ballroom illuminated in Patriotic red, white and blue colors. Honorees included Mayor Rudy Giuliani who accepted the Lifetime Achievement Award and John Catsimatidis who accepted the Patriot Award. Former head of  presented Mayor Giuliani with his award. Governor Ridge also praised the hard work and dedication shown by Foundation founders Barbara and Richard Kendall. Retired Steelers coach Bill Cowher and actors Armand Assante and Stephan Baldwin presented special awards to agents of the USSS, ICE and

Keith Glover, Tom Ridge, John Catsimatidis, Dr. Ruth Westheime Page 16

DEA.  Reality star of Real Housewives of NY, Ramona Singer and husband Mario Singer, sex therapist, author, professor, and now Broadway legend, Dr. Ruth Westheimer and TV personalities Rita Cosby and Willie Geist came to show their support. Close friends and supporters donated thousands of dollars to the new scholarship program for children of  Federal agents. Founder Richard Kendall announced the names of this year’s two winners of the Facebook essay contest who received $5,000 towards their education. As the evening ended, guests rose from their seats with a standing ovation, applauding the Federal Law Enforcement Agents for their many years of service. Richard dedicated the evening to the brave men and women thanking them for keeping our country and our families safe.

Phillip Kendall, Ariel Kendall, Barbera Kendall, Grant Kendall


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Steve Hughes, Paul Abosco, Veronica Stiegler, Bill Cower

Tony LoBianco, Margo Catsimatides, John Catsimatides, Andrea Catsimatides Cox, John Catsimatides Jr., Christopher Nixon Cox

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Dr. Philippe Berros is currently Consultant Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the Princesse Grace Hospital in Monaco. He was nominated in july 2009, Visiting Professor at He’s University in China. He is member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, and member of the French Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Philippe Berros has developed a new oculofacial rejuvenation technique, filling with reinforced microcanula, the Hyalurostructure ®. 

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