Left: Colleen Strickland, Linda Mohan, Emily Sawyer, Danielle Rollins, Meg Harrington, Sam Jones, Sarah Sullivan and Alva Harper. Below: Danielle Rollins and Annette Joseph. photography by Ninh Chau
Book Signing & Reception Friends and fans turned out in full force at Huff Harrington Home to meet author Danielle Rollins, well-known in Atlanta as a preeminent tastemaker and party planner. “We were delighted to have Danielle here at the store,” said co-owner Meg Harrington. “Her new book, ‘Soirée,’ is full of wonderful and creative ideas, great style, elegant inspiration and gorgeous photography.”
Kelly Cannon of sponsor U.S. Trust Bank of America Private Wealth Management, Valery Voyles, Dot Stoller, Wally Hills and U.S. Trust colleague Mike Stogner.
The Atlanta History Center’s Members Guild drew a “standing-room only” attendance for the program presented by author Richard René Silvin on his new book, “Noblesse Oblige: The Duchess of Windsor as I Knew Her,” a revealing glimpse into the life of Wallis Warfield Simpson, the woman for whom King Edward VIII abdicated his throne. During the Champagne Breakfast preceding the program, René Silvin, who personally knew the Duchess of Windsor while he lived in Paris and escorted her frequently during her widowhood, signed copies of his book. 94
Karen Spiegel, Caroline Leake, Atlanta History Center Members Guild president Cecilia Wright, and Aimee Chubb. Author and guest speaker Richard René Silvin with guild members Valery Voyles and Ruth Anthony and program sponsor Stuart Pliner of Harry Norman, Realtors Buckhead North office.
First cover of Southern Seasons Magazine Spring 2013 issue on newsstands March 2013.