Page 1

S O C I E T Y | FA S H I O N | H O M E | D I N I N G | A R T Established in 1982

BARROW GRAND BALL 2019 www.trendspublishing.com


W A LT D A N L E Y R E A LT Y

Cath e rin e Jacobs on | 6 02.790 .1 9 9 2

7400 North Shadow Mountain Road | Paradise Valley 5BR | 9BA | 10,535 SQ FT $5,500,000 | MLS# 5882331

Julie Roh r | 6 02. 31 7 . 5 667

7760 North Foothill Drive | Paradise Valley 5BR | 6.5BA | 10,456 SQ FT $5,450,000 | MLS# 5830450

480.991.2050 WaltDanley.com Walt Danley

L i b by Co hen | 60 2 2 9 1 .1 4 4 6

7334 North Clearwater Parkway | Paradise Valley 4 B R | 5 B A | 5, 4 2 0 S Q F T $5,000,000 | MLS# 5874581

C hr i st y D ea n | 60 2 . 3 2 7 . 0 69 7

4601 East Ocotillo Road | Paradise Valley 5BR | 6.5BA | 7,178 SQ FT $3,850,000 | MLS# 5827627


THE DAY-DATE 36 The ‘presidents’ watch’, the first wristwatch to display the day and date in full, has marked the height of prestige and elegance since 1956. It doesn’t just tell time. It tells history.

OYSTER PERPETUAL DAY-DATE 36

rolex

oyster, perpetual and day-date are ® trademarks.


TABLE OF

VOLUME 37, NO. 2

CONTENTS IN THIS ISSUE 8

Inner-View Bud Selig

42

Society History Makers Gala

10

Publisher

46

Pets of the Month

14

Inner-ViewJudi Scanlon Svendsen

48

Trendy Reading

16

Style Samantha’s Finds

49

Trendy Reading

18

Society Goldwater Foundation

50

Weddings Wedding Bells

20

Society Dance With Me

22

Society Phoenix Suns Charities

24

Interview Science Barrow Neurological Institute

26

Society Barrow Grand Ball

28

Charity Spotlight Fresh Start

29

Society Childhelp, Drive The Dream

32

Society Arizona Science Center

34

Society Aaha! Hospice of the Valley

36

Society Violins of Hope

38

Society Dancing With The Stars Arizona

40

Society Collen’s Dream

GOLDWATER FOUNDATION DEDICATION Goldwater Family

ON THE COVER Barrow Neurological Institute Barrow Grand Ball Chairs: Dionne Najafi and Terry Roman Barrow Women’s Board President: Robyn Lee Barrow Neurological Chief Surgeon Michael Lawton Location: Barrow Neurological Institute Photography: Scott Foust Studios

4


BALBOA PENINSULA POINT 1752 EAST OCEANFRONT | $19,998,000 175 2 E O C E A N F R O N T- N B .CO M

FOR INQUIRES CONTACT:

TARA SHAPIRO | 949.478.7781 tshapiro @ homgroup.com tarashapiro.com | DRE #01892201 Sotheby’s International Realty® is a registered trademark licensed to Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC. An Equal Opportunity Company. Equal Housing Opportunity. Each Office is Independently Owned And Operated. DRE #01767484


BARROW BALL

SO C I E T Y | FA SHI O N | HO ME | D I NING | ART VOLUME 37, NO. 2

Publisher: BILL DOUGHERTY Editor-in-Chief: BETTY McRAE

Ball Chairs, Terry Roman and Dionne Najafi

Travel Editors: LAUREN AND IAN WRIGHT Food Writer: LAURIE FLORENCE-MANUCCI Advertising Manager: PATRICE METZLER 480.276.2282 | pmetzler@trendspublishing.com Executive Consultant: TRISHA ANTHONY | SUZANNE EDER | HEATHER MORRISON New York Correspondent: JJ BUCHANON Los Angeles Correspondent: JENNIFER BENTLEY Art Direction: STEPHANIE SWEET, SWEET DESIGNS Fashion Photographer: SCOTT FOUST STUDIOS Senior Society Photographers: PETER AND SALLY KRZYKOS Trends Makeup and Hair Stylist: LAURA FLAGLER | KAREN HALL | MARY BETH YORK Lifestyle Editor: BARBARA KAPLAN Fashion Editor: SAMANTHA DEROSE Society Editors: SHAYNE ANTHONY | CAROL BENNETT | GEORGE BENNETT LAURA BISHOP | J.J. BREWER | JILL BRINDLEY | VERONICA COOK MAYA FOX | RHONDA KRETCHMAR | GAIL LITTLETON LISA MARIE SELTZER | JESSICA PATE | SARAH ROARK GRACE SAMPO | KATHY SCHEIB | BOB STEARNS | NICOLE STEARNS MICHELLE THOMPSON | SHEREE TWITTY Certified Public Accountants: THOMAS S. HOLLY, CPA, PLLC Printing: PRINT MEDIA Information Technology: BEN AMES Music Production: CHRIS BECKLEY/THE PRODUCTION GROUP Special Events Fashion Coordinator: MARGARET MERRITT | JUDI YATES Trends Charitable Fund Board members are Marilyn Alexander, Charlene Berge-Blum, Lee Courtney, Kim Cullum, Kathryn Petsas, Molly Stockley and Susie Wesley SUBSCRIPTIONS: To guarantee receiving every issue of TRENDS, send a check for $25 (one year), $45 (two years) or $70 (three years) to Trends executive office (address below). Subscription will start the next month of publication. No refunds. Please send checks and address changes to: TRENDS Publishing 5150 E. Orchid Lane, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253 Phone: (480) 990-9007 Website: www.trendspublishing.com Published monthly November – May by Trends Publishing. Editorial E-mail: editor@trendspublishing.com Advertising E-mail: pmetzler@trendspublishing.com © 2019 ISSN 0742-034X

6


Access to comprehensive cancer care should always be an option.

Your employees deserve the best. That’s certainly true should they ever need access to comprehensive cancer care close to home. At Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) in Phoenix, we specialize in the treatment of just one disease: cancer. We use the latest diagnostic tools to identify the molecular composition of each patient’s unique cancer, then develop personalized treatment plans that help patients fight their disease, and provide integrative oncology services that help them manage side effects as they progress through treatment. This is precision cancer treatment delivered in a uniquely compassionate environment, now in three locations across the greater Phoenix area: Goodyear, North Phoenix and Scottsdale. For more information about our services, please call 800 · 515 · 5603 or email employer-referrals@ctca-hope.com.

© 2018 IPB


INTERVIEW

HEART TO HEART

INNER-VIEW Bud and Sue Selig graciously welcomed me into their home. We chatted surrounded by their unique art collection as they shared their lives with me. Both Sue and Bud were born and raised in Milwaukee where they still have their primary residence. They first met in high school and a few years later met again and married.

BUD SELIG

Bud first came to Arizona in the early 1970’s for spring training with the Minnesota Brewers. He loved being here and by 1985, Scottsdale had become the Selig’s part-time home. Together, the Selig’s have received many significant honors for their philanthropy and corporate citizenship. Last December the Selig’s were honored for their philanthropy, by the Valley of the Sun JCC.

Now that Bud has retired from baseball; he is following his even greater passion, history. He has become a professor of History of Sport and Society and is teaching at both University of Wisconsin and Arizona State University.

Bud served as Commissioner of Baseball from 1998 to 2015 and currently serves as Commissioner Emeritus of Baseball. Bud’s passion for baseball was greatly influenced by his mother who took him, at age three to Borchert Field, where the minor league Milwaukee Brewers played. “Bud is credited with guiding the sport through a renaissance in many ways, most importantly by restructuring the game’ s economic system.” Among his many honors are the “Lombardi Award of Excellence.” Selig was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2017, Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame in 2001.

Barbara Kaplan

www.BarbarasPicks.com

8

Sue Selig has created a beautiful home highlighting their contemporary and colorful art collection. Sue is an ardent art lover who devotes her time to enhance art and culture and is devoted to the Phoenix Art Museum. Their art collection is bold and exceptional. Each piece was purposefully chosen with their hearts. They deeply admire all the artists and their works, which embrace them in each room of their home. Bud’s favorite room is his office. He happily reclines in his favorite chair at the desk, positioned in full view of the TV screen (for sports viewing, of course) and phone to keep in touch with his vast network. As a couple they are eclectic leaders, always greeting people with smiles and open hearts. They truly have gifted Arizona with their best!

For a peek into the personal life of Bud and Sue Selig, go to our You Tube Channel “Trends Magazine”

Photos by Scott Sandler


The Toughest Divorce Arm Wrestler In Arizona

When the challenges of divorce come your way wouldn’t it be nice to have someone on your side who wasn’t afraid to take on the best arm wrestler in America? That’s exactly what Kaine Fisher, head of Rose Law Group’s Family Law practice, did when Travis Bagent came to Scottsdale. Out on the field of a spring training stadium. And when you think of it arm wrestling can be a lot like divorce. Back and forth. Both sides positioning. Both sides trying to win. So if you want someone who’s never afraid of the moment, with the right experience to take on the toughest opponents, give us a call.

Kaine R. Fisher Partner & Director of Family Law

Kaine R . Fisher • Audra Petrolle • Rose Reynolds • Amica Acritelli

RoseLawGroup.com 7144 E Stetson Drive, Suite 300, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 | 480.505.3936 | info@roselawgroup.com Asset Protection/Estate Planning • Class Action • Corporate • Cyberbullying • DUI • Elder Care • Elections • Employment • Equine • Family/Parenting Rights Government Relations/Lobbying • Homeowners Associations • Intellectual Property • Internet Fraud • Land Use • Litigation • Medical Cannabis • Online Defamation/ Cyber-Reputation Management • Real Estate Transactions • Renewable Energy • Special Needs Planning • Tax • Water/Environmental • Zoning


LA DOLCE VITA

The Season October to May

By Bill Dougherty

Let’s face it, an invitation to a party in the prestigious neighborhood of Encanto Park is rare. Few homes have sprawling backyards large enough to accommodate big parties. Although they are some of the most magnificent homes in the Valley, most yards are small. One beautiful home in particular can indeed accommodate and that’s precisely why Libby and Joel Cohen, together with Sharron Lewis opened the doors of the Cohen estate. I’ve had the opportunity to be in a lot of fantastic homes in the exclusive enclave and the Cohen’s place by Encanto Park standards is huge! Anyway, we all came together to celebrate the birthday of famed event planer extraordinaire George Abrams, who arrived with a mystery date. While we won’t tell you how many candles he blew out, we will tell you that the guest list was more than impressive. Brenda and Jim Howard were there, so was Charlene Berge-Blum, Nancy Teets, Ina and Murry Manaster, Priscilla and Michael Nicholas; who brought along their two delightful daughters Tanya and Michelle. Out on the lawn as quiet cords from soft guitars played; cocktails flowed and hor d’ oeuvres, courtesy of Vincent on Camelback, were passed in generous amounts. We ran into Sue Fletcher and Bob Stenhouse,

Bill Lykins, Amy Videan, Andrea and Jerry Lewkowitz and Paper Princesses Nancy Silver and Betsy Hendricks; who were chatting with Ginette and John Karabees. That’s just a sample of the name-dropping guest list that went on and on and on. Merry- makers finally made their respective way to a lavish buffet of epicurean delights that Vincent’s lead Catering Manager, Amy Fox, oversaw with polished perfection throughout the opulent evening. It was a beautiful night and perfect way to celebrate a fine gentleman. The good news is that no one in attendance had to write a check. A party just to have a party? Imagine that! People are talking about two very successful events that just took place, the Barrow Grand Ball and the Childhelp Drive the Dream Gala. Both were absolutely spectacular and are featured in this issue in all their respective splendor and glory. Both events raised a ton of money and both announced their numbers and bravo for them. Continued on page 12

4001 N. 24th St., Phoenix, AZ 85016 www.WhiteHouseFlowers.com ph: 602.957.0186 ♦ fax: 602.956.0463 See additional designs on Instagram: @whitehousedesignstudio

10


LA DOLCE VITA

– Continued from page 10

However, in recent years the Phoenix Heart Ball, the Honor Ball and several other big-time galas have suspended this practice. I remember the much-adored and iconic socialite Pat Goldman once said at one of our countless lunches at L’amore how she wished organizations would stop talking about money. She went on to say that great things came from great amounts of money, but shouldn’t we rather talk about great things and not the money? I agree! We all know that vast amounts of money are needed to make an organization successful, but why not just talk about the fine inroads that are being made in research and effect rather than big bucks made. I’ve noticed in my 25 years at Trends, that it has become a competition of sorts with various charitable organizations in Phoenix. Remember, if you were raised right, your parents told you never to talk about money. I remember a childhood friend who loved to talk about money. He once asked me on the playground how big my parent’s home was and what kind of cars they drove. He eventually went to prison for armed robbery. You get the picture?

Leslie and Jeff Rich, Nancy Spetzler, George Abrams, this year’s chair Jamie Anderson and countless others reached out to the social community and gave the event their respective blessings. The National Kidney Foundation is lucky to have Ms. Schufeldt and everyone else who breathed new life into something that could have easily gone by the way side. Well done.

Dancing With The Stars Arizona just got a shot in the arm by their savvy new development director Ashleigh Schufeldt. We had stopped covering the event in recent years, because we simply didn’t recognize any of the dancers anymore … Yes we can say that! Now the event has been returned to all its glory of yesteryear.

BAD SOCIAL BEHAVIOR: Emails, phone calls and letters continue to flood our offices regarding a foreign couple that has effortlessly inserted themselves into the social world. Apparently they like to feed-off wealthy widows, widowers and lonely hearts. Their current bank roller is not their first by a long shot. You’ve been warned.

The trememdous exhibition of Violins of Hope finally made it to Phoenix. It is the brain child of Julee Landau Shahon, Rachel Hoffer, Alison Johnston, Dee Dee Vecchione and founders of the exhibition, Amon and Assaela Weinstein; who took tragedy and turned it into triumph. At a swank VIP reception and dinner; the group unveiled to Arizona and Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, violins used in European concentration camps during World War II. The exhibition is a great reminder of the horrors of war and the tragedy of the Holocaust that can be turned into something of b ­ rilliance. Bravo ladies!

ANNUAL JEWELRY SALE March 23rd to 30th 2019 • 1 WEEK ONLY!!! Designer, New, Estate Jewelry, Diamonds & Fine Swiss Watches

Save 25 - 70%

Diamonds GIA Certified and More

up to

50% Off ALL Pearls

Gemstone Jewelry

40-60% Off Designer Estate Jewelry

Select New and Pre-Owned Watches and more

50% Off Estate Jewelry

David Webb

50% Off Financing Available 0% for 6 months on approved credit

40-70% Off DESIGN & MANUFACTURE

50-70% Off Sale on items inside showcases only No repairs • No custom designs No custom orders • Non-refundable Layaways 90 days only

10261 North Scottsdale Road (Just South of Shea) Scottsdale, AZ 85253 • 480.922.1968 • Monday to Friday 10am-6pm • Saturday 10am-5pm

12


LIQUIDATING The finest estates in the valley

Over 10 years experience Friendly professional salespeople Licensed, insured & accredited 35 years in the furniture and design business  CEO Judi is a long time resident of Paradise Valley Commited to making process as quick and as painless as possible Clients have included celebrities, politicians, athletes, philanthropists, professional sports team owners and business moguls No waiting, paid within 7-10 business days after estate sale

Judi Scanlon Svendsen

480-261-2020 www.GriffinEstateSales.com GriffinEstateSales@gmail.com

13


INTERVIEW

HEART TO HEART

INNER-VIEW Judi Scanlon Svendsen loves making a difference for people at both happy and often difficult times in their lives.

JUDI SCANLON SVENDSEN

The reasons for an estate sale vary from person to person. It can be because of a move, redecorating, death, marriage, de-cluttering, remodeling, etc. Contrary to what many think Judi says, “Estate sales can be for happy reasons.” Judi’s personal philosophy is that life does not have to stop you. Life stops when you want it to! Judi’s background is in interior design and she had a shop for 11 years in Scottsdale Market Place called Griffin Antiques, Design and Estate Sales.

When designing the estate sale, she is careful to create an atmosphere of celebration and not dwell on any negative association with the event. She strongly believes her sales must be fun and she has a large following of people who attend her sales knowing they will be welcomed and treated well. As a matter of fact, she met her husband at one of her sales! Many of her clients have been celebrities, however she would never divulge their names. Anonymity is key.

She found that when people sell things, there is a greater benefit to the sellers if the pieces are seen in their original home. The items are perceived as having greater value when viewed before they are moved. Another consideration is that the owner has more control over pricing and how their pieces are handled.

Barbara Kaplan

www.BarbarasPicks.com

14

She has a minimum size for her estate sales and a $35,000 estimate of the contents. She has a staff of 6-15 people depending on the needs of each individual sale. She has had as many as 20 security guards to protect the safety of the merchandise and more importantly the people attending the sale. Judi is extremely devoted to her family and friends and her new addition, a Mini-Berna-doodle.

For a peek into the personal life of Judi Scanlon Svendsen, go to our You Tube Channel “Trends Magazine”


HERMÈS

CHANEL

LOUIS VUITTON

GUCCI

PRADA

CELINE

DOLCE & GABBANA

DIOR

VA L E N T I N O

TOM FORD

PRADA

SAINT LAURENT

JIMMY CHOO

FENDI

GIVENCHY

BALMAIN

VERSACE

ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

T H E

F I N E S T

I N

L U X U R Y

R E S A L E

SHOP / CONSIGN: TBCCONSIGNMENT.COM / (480) 699-2700 6137 N SCOTTSDALE RD #106, SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85250


TRENDSPOTTING

Samantha’s Favorite Finds By Samantha DeRose

A charming combination of eighteen karat white-gold and diamonds, these 6.34ct round diamond earrings will enhance so many of your chic ensembles. Available at E.D. Marshall Jewelers located at 10261 N. Scottsdale Rd.

A great pair of sunglasses is a must in AZ and these stylish TOM FORD butterfly sunnies are bound to be your next go-to. Available at Neiman Marcus located at Scottsdale Fashion Square.

Embrace your feminine side with this stunning Erdem cocktail dress in floral-print chiffon. Pre-Order at Neiman Marcus located at Scottsdale Fashion Square.

Indulge yourself with this fabulous eighteen karat, white-gold diamond ring. Available at E.D. Marshall Jewelers located at 10261 N. Scottsdale Rd.

16


#1 R AT E D FA M I LY L AW F I R M – Ranking Arizona

SAFEGUARD YOUR TRADITIONS | PRESERVE YOUR ASPIRATIONS | REALIZE A NEW BEGINNING

3216 North Third Street, Suite 300 | Phoenix, Arizona 85012 | P: 602.285.5500 |

hallierlaw.com


CHARITY SPOTLIGHT

CHECKING IN WITH ...

Barry & Peggy Goldwater Foundation

The Barry & Peggy Goldwater Foundation is a nonprofit corporation qualified as a charitable organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Its mission is to preserve history by curating, digitizing, restoring and preserving photographs, slides and motion pictures that are at risk of deterioration, particularly those which document nascent Arizona, starting with more than 15,000 images and 25 miles of film by Arizona’s native son, former U.S. Senator and 1964 Presidential nominee, the late Barry M. Goldwater.

18

The Foundation intends to make the collection available for exhibitions, educational platforms and through an online virtual library. The Foundation’s founder and Executive Director, Alison Goldwater Ross, a former marketing executive, is the granddaughter of the Foundation’s namesake. She is among the third generation of family members to descend from the Arizona retail and political dynasty that originated with the establishment of the first Goldwater’s mercantile in La Paz, Arizona in 1862. The Foundation is indebted to its Pioneer Partner, SRP, for their generous financial support. For more information, go to www.goldwaterfoundation.org.


SOCIAL CIRCLE BY TRENDS

Robert Arkin and Stan Levine

Ty Goldwater

GOLDWATER Bridget Argana and Caroline Oppleman

FOUNDATION DEDICATION

A brisk Sunday afternoon in Scottsdale brought out some of the biggest movers and shakers in town. Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West proved the perfect setting for the Goldwater family to debut a masterpiece of photographs taken by the late Barry Goldwater. Alison Goldwater and Kirsten Ross along with Robert Stieve of Arizona Highways fame all came together to celebrate their monumental undertaking. The three incredible people painstakingly catalogued and restored countless amounts of photographs taken by the Senator from the early part of the twentieth century until his death in 1998. The Goldwater children including Joanne, Barry Jr., Michael and Peggy all took turns reminiscing about their fine father and his love of Arizona. The exhibition is simply breathtaking. It was a brilliant afternoon!

Jinger Richardson

Joanne Goldwater and Ali Goldwater

Jennifer Sands with Betty Van Den Bergh and Karen Williamson

Robert Stieve and Kirsten Ross

Jerre Lynn Vanier and Lauren Rosenberg

19


SOCIAL CIRCLE BY TRENDS

Adrienne Schiffner with Barbara Ottosen and Daryl Weil

Tonya Zook and Karen Hayenga

DANCE WITH ME When you bring together Adrienne Schiffner, Barbara Ottosen and Daryl Weil for an event, rest assured you’re going to have a smashing affair! Anyway, the other evening they managed to gather a true-blue ribbon crowd of luminaries for Dance with Me, which benefits Ballet Arizona. The smashing night included a toast to honorary chairs Billie Jo and Judd Herberger. It’s no secret that this dynamic couple has the golden touch when it comes to lending their names and resources to The Arts. It was wonderful to see two people that do so much, receive gigantic accolades for their continued generosity. The Phoenix Art Museum also served as a perfect and elegant backdrop for the gala. Dapper Dan: George Abrams, always the very best-dressed gentleman in the room.

Janis Lyon and AJ Dickey

Absolutely Fabulous: Sharron Lewis in shades of royal blue and black.

Janette and Bernard Kirk with Sharron Lewis

Jane Jozoff with Gena and Harry Bonsall and Cathy Dickey

20

George Abrams

Karen Taylor Robson and Ed Robson

Billie Jo Herberger and Patsy Lowry


www.WhyPrivateClientGroup.com www.PCGSIR.com


SOCIAL CIRCLE BY TRENDS

Michael Groeger and Carmel Parr

Eddie and Joy Johnson

Donna and Marco Williams

PHOENIX SUNS CHARITIES JUMP BALL Talking Stick Resort is always a fun and playful venue for a great evening. Just a few weeks ago, the Phoenix Suns hosted their much-anticipated Jump Ball at the resort and brought out countless luminaries in the social and athletic circles. A sprawling silent auction and cocktail reception gave merrymakers the opportunity to mix and mingle with Suns players past and present. Once the lights dimmed and dinner chimes ran out, guests proceeded to a festive ballroom decorated in vibrant hues of festive colors that could wow even the most jaded party goer. Team Captains Penny and Robert Sarver, together with Joan and Jerry Colangelo, welcomed a sold-out crowd of philanthropists. For decades, Phoenix Suns Charities has continued to make a difference in the lives of so many and this evening proved just as triumphant. You should have been there!

Adam and Nellie Baumann

Stunning couple: Joy and Eddie Johnson – they’re the bomb! Christy Helman, Tom Chambers and Josh Helman

Cathy and Don Gamble

22

Charley Scott and Barbara Hillman with Curtis Perry

Brian and Katie Welsh

Coverage courtesy of Carol and George Bennett


INTERVIEW

CHECKING IN WITH ...

Barrow Neurological Institute

Barrow Neurological Institute Expands With Innovative “Neuroplex” Building Barrow Neurological Institute will break ground this year on a new building on the St. Joseph’s campus. “This facility, known as the ’Neuroplex,’ will change the environment in which our team works, create a portal for destination patients and expand our space for research,” notes Dr. Michael Lawton, President and CEO, Barrow Neurological Institute. Barrow is known for accepting challenges, rejecting norms and pushing boundaries when it comes to neuroscience treatment, research and training. Barrow is recognized annually as a top neuroscience center in the country by US News & World Report. Dr. Lawton, as part of his Barrow 3.0 strategic plan, continues this standard of excellence with the addition of the innovative new Neuroplex.

Dr. Nader Sanai is the Francis and DIonne Najafi Chair for Neurosurgical Oncology at Barrow Neurological Institude. Dr. Sanai is the director of the Ivy Brain Tumor Center, which is leading an innovative, fast-track approach to brain tumor research that personalizes new drug therapies for patients.

By providing researchers with the necessary laboratory space and equipment and creating a centralized portal for patients, the Neuroplex will be the home to new centers of excellence including the Barrow Aneurysm and AVM Research Center and the Barrow Artificial Intelligence Center, transforming the way modern neurosurgery is practiced and allowing Barrow to save even more lives. To find out more about Barrow Neuro­logi­cal Institute and how to support the “Neuroplex,” please visit SupportBarrow.org.

As part of his visionary Barrow 3.0 strategic plan, Dr. Michael T. Lawton, President and CEO of Barrow Neurological Institute, is launching the innovative Neuroplex, which will transform the way modern neurosurgery is practiced.

24

The Barrow Neurological Institute Neuroplex will break ground in 2019 and will create a centralized portal for patients, enabling Barrow to save even more lives.

Dr. Anna Burke is the Karsten Solheim Chair for Dementia at Barrow Neurological Institute. She also serves as the Director of the Alzheimer’s and Memory Disorders Division. She is renowned for providing patient and family-centered care.


BARROW BALL 2019

Barrow Grand Ball Chair, Dionne Najafi Barrow Women’s Board President, Robyn Lee Barrow Grand Ball Chair, Terry Roman Fine Jewelry courtesy of Oliver Smith Jeweler, Scottsdale Ball Gowns courtesy of Danese Creations, Phoenix

25


SOCIAL CIRCLE BY TRENDS

BARROW BALL 2019

Megan Gaynor with Catherine Ivy and Michael Gaynor

Marilyn Harris and Tim Lyons

Sydney Fox, Nancy Spetzler and Erin Gogolak

Phil Francis with Nan and CA Howlett

Light touches of gold, white and pale green proved a festive and understated combination at the Barrow Ball in January. The exclusive event officially opens the new social season and the New Year. Dionne Najafi and Terry Roman did a splendid job as this year’s chairs for the big night and Robyn Lee served as the President of the Barrow Women’s Board. The organization welcomed internationally renowned physician Michael Lawton and his wife Suzanne. The women’s board

26

Ron Eriksson and Nancy Hanley

thanked the Ivy Brain Trust and the monumental achievements they continue to do for the Barrow community and throughout the world. Jacquie Dorrance together with Dennis Thompson of White House Design Studio transformed the Arizona Biltmore’s Gold Room and Grand Ballroom into winter wonderment. Everyone swooned! Belle of the ball: Debbie Moak in sparkling copper sequins from head to toe. Coverage courtesy of Carol and George Bennett


SOCIAL CIRCLE BY TRENDS

BARROW BALL 2019

Jan Lewis

Muffie Churchill with Robert and Beth Matthews

Debbie Moak

Nancy Gaintner and Ardie Evans

Dave and Marilyn Alexander

Chris Cacheris with Vicky and Lance Ross

Jacquie Dorrance and Erin Gogolak

Chuck and Kathy Munsen

Bob Garson and Marie King

Bill and Linda Hunt

Jay Fetzer and Sarah Suggs

Kathy Barrow

Coverage courtesy of Carol and George Bennett

27


CHARITY SPOTLIGHT

Questions for ... Andrea Katsenes What is the mission and vision of Fresh Start Women’s Foundation? Fresh Start Women’s Foundation was founded by two sisters, Pat Petznick and Beverly Stewart, who envisioned a community where women, every woman, reaches her full potential. For 16 years Fresh Start has been providing women with career training, development workshops, family law support, computer training and so much more.

What should the community know about Fresh Start? Fresh Start is not only helping women succeed, but also helps entire families succeed! So many of the women we see are the heads of their household, from every walk of life; and we know, to have a healthy family, you need a healthy mom.

Who can benefit from services provided by Fresh Start? Fresh Start serves women from all walks of life and we have seen that every woman can be a Fresh Start woman. Fresh Start is a landing pad for women, so they do not have to go back to a crisis situation.

How many years have you been supporting the organization? After returning to Phoenix fifteen years ago, Fresh Start was the FIRST organization I re-engaged with, joining the Auxiliary Board, and today serving on the Board of Directors and having the honor of chairing the Gala. I am reminded of the “why” every time I meet the women we serve and hear their amazing stories of resilience and courage.

Tell us why you support Fresh Start with your time, talent and treasure: I firmly believe that stable and happy families enrich our entire community! The stories of success that Fresh Start clients tell us are truly the fuel that keeps me energized and deeply moved.

28

Tell us something special that guests will experience at the Fresh Start Gala this March: Fresh Start has a history of saluting outstanding community leaders with the Founders Award announced at the Gala. This spring we will showcase the amazing contributions of Arizona native, Cindy Watts. Cindy and her husband Mike have a passion for building strong communities through programs that are molding future leaders, community advocates and strong women. It will be the highlight of the evening to toast Cindy’s good works!


CHILDHELP

60TH ANNIVERSARY GALA Founders Yvonne Fedderson and Sara O’Meara welcome you to their 60th Diamond Jubilee Anniversary Gala

29


SOCIAL CIRCLE BY TRENDS

CHILDHELP

60TH ANNIVERSARY GALA

Richard and Stacie Stephenson

Jim and Carol Hebets with Cheryl Ladd and Brian Russell

Stacie and Richard Stephenson must have been very pleased with the opulent crowd that turned out for the Childhelp 60th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee Gala held recently at The Phoenician. The dynamic couple served as this year’s chairs, with Governor Doug Ducey and his lovely wife Angela serving as Honorary Chairs. Founders Yvonne Fedderson and Sara O’Meara were dressed to the tens as they greeted countless local socialites as well as a cast of Hollywood players. The event was a sold-out spectacular and raised a ton of money to aid in

30

Yvonne Fedderson and Sara O’Meara

Stacie Stephenson and Pia Toscano

the prevention of child abuse as well as fund the organization’s several children’s homes located throughout the United States. Childhelp supporter Jim Hebets announced plans for yet another children’s center to be located west of Phoenix in the future. The organization was founded in 1959 as International Orphans and became Childhelp several decades ago. Bell of the ball: Chelsea Cane in shimmering emerald green Coverage courtesy of Carol and George Bennett


SOCIAL CIRCLE BY TRENDS

CHILDHELP

60TH ANNIVERSARY GALA

Cameron Mathison and Vanessa Arevalo

Rosevelt Sings and Kathie Lee Gifford

Lisa Mesloh and John O’Hurley

Coverage courtesy of Carol and George Bennett

Jacquline Nerguizian and Jenna Repta

Ivy and Joey Ciolli

Melissa Peterman

Bella Weems-Lambert and Dallin Lambert

Chelsea Cane

31


SOCIAL CIRCLE BY TRENDS

ARIZONA SCIENCE CENTER GALAXY GALA

Suzie Birt, Pam Longbine, Marti Goodman, Ellie Ziegler

Michael and Robyn DeBell

Wendy Fuller, Donna Baker Miller, Sue Glawe and Wade Miller

Daniel and Michele Friedman, Monica and Michael Goodwin

Kirk and Lauren Sperry, Angela and Joe Ihrke

Mary Sue and Chuck Lotzar

The Arizona Science Center produced an event that was truly all wrapped up in one! Mummies Alive At The Museum gave a huge crowd of festive party people a glimpse into a stunning exhibition. Since this gala never disappoints, chairs Suzanne Hensing and Ilana Lowery made sure that attendees had a fun fabulous night. Mike DeBell and Douglas Young were honored as New Lifetime Trustees of the museum. The much-adored Ellie and Mike Zeigler

32

Dirk and Natalie Vandeventer

Alexander McRae, Roberta Candela and Matthew McRae

served as Presenting Sponsors. M Catering did a great job with fine food and above-the-bar service throughout the evening. Guests at the after party were treated to boxes of Girl Scout cookies and desserts that went on and on and on! What a blast! Dapper Dan: Howard Katz in a very smart and very dark double-breasted suit. Coverage courtesy of Veronica Cook and Kathy Sheib


Prevent aging and wrinkles by doing Botox™ Located in the Village Health Club & Spa's “Black Diamond” Certification, Top 1% Injector status Safe and effective treatments you can trust

Over 100,000 procedures performed by our practice to date

Who would you trust? Schedule Your FREE Consultation – Call (480) 991-3038 www.UltraSmoothSkin.com DC Ranch Village Health Club & Spa

Gainey Village Health Club & Spa 7477 East Doubletree Ranch Road Scottsdale, AZ 85258

18501 North Thompson Peak Parkway Scottsdale, AZ 85255

Open Saturdays for your convenience Lisa Williams, Nurse Practitioner, ANP-C, is one of the top injectors in Arizona earning Black Diamond status as a single solo practice. Find us on

Twitter

Instagram

Facebook

Pinterest

Ocotillo Village Health Club & Spa 4200 S. Alma School Road Chandler, AZ 85248


SOCIAL CIRCLE BY TRENDS

Hugh Downs and Julie Black

Christi Bonner Manuelito and Clark David Olson

AAHA AUCTION

Sally Krzykos and Lin Sue Cooney

Wines from all over the world were part of one fantastic evening at the Camelback Inn the other night. An impressive group of people gathered to raise their respective glasses to one of the most anticipated auctions of wines and art amid great merriment. Proceeds from the fabulous evening went to Hospice of the Valley and this must have pleased Lin Sue Cooney, Judy Shannon and countless other people who have given so much to this fine organization. Following an impressive cocktail reception of great blends and amazing hor d’ oeuvres, guests dined on great fare and bid on incredible pieces of art. The fun continued well into the wee hours with dancing to the sounds of The Hamptons. Marian Levy and Elise Kasner

Daniel Labadie and Brianna Davis

Jim and JoEllen Feltham

34

Andrea and Jerry Lewkowitz

Judy and Joel Zaft

Coverage courtesy of Sally and Peter Krzykos


sell your sole

mysisterscloset.com


SOCIAL CIRCLE BY TRENDS

Rachel Hoffer, Alison Johnston and Julee Landau Shahon

Marlene and Lanny Lahr

VIOLINS OF Harvey and Sandy Belfer

HOPE

A regal crowd gathered at Clayton on the Park on the Scottsdale Mall for an exclusive preview of Violins of Hope. The worldrenowned presentation pays tribute to the musical instruments used in concentration camps during the Holocaust. The founders of the traveling museum, Assaela and Amnon Weinstein, were on hand along with their son Avshi to toast this magnificent exhibition and evening. Chairs Julee Landau Shahon and Rachel Hoffer welcomed all in attendance. Alison Johnston and Dee Dee Vecchione were also instrumental in raising awareness for the exhibition and they were there too. Cocktails flowed and opulent hor d’ oeuvres were passed prior to dinner, as the rain pelted the large glass window looking out on the grassy mall. Jonathan Ornstein flew in from the JCC in Krakow to address the V.I.P.s. This was done prior to a preview of the violins at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts.

Steve and Ellen Weiss

Barry Zemel and Sheryl Press

Richard Epstein and Judy Ackerman

36

Anita and Jerome Gutkin

Dee Dee and Ken Vecchione


NOW CELEBRATING OUR 15TH YEAR! Paradise Valley Estate Sales, Auctions and Consignment is well known among the valley’s most savvy shoppers for always having a stunning collection of home furnishings, accessories and artwork from the finest estates and local designers. Working with trust attorneys doing household inventory appraisals and liquidations, PVESA enjoys clients and customers from all over the US and Europe. The e-mail list is long and the gallery inventory is ever changing. The successful PVESA exclusive ongoing “Dutch” auction is just another reason they remain in the coveted position of being, “The valley’s premier estate sale, consignment gallery and auction house.” Gallery Hours Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 - 4:00. Visit our website www.pvesa.com Anne Sarvas and Mary Cantrell 7655 E. Redfield Road | Scottsdale, AZ 85260 | Phone: (480) 949-2096 | E-mail: pvesa2@gmail.com


SOCIAL CIRCLE BY TRENDS

DANCING WITH THE STARS ARIZONA

Yavor Genev, Natalee Sansone, Sharee Sims and Ann Cheri Leach

Robin Haniton with Jada Kinta and Taylor Siffermann

Jarrod Smith and Gergana Slavova

Marcus Seiler, LeDonna Spatari, Michelle Seiler and John Sheffer

Tudor Alexander with Laura Bianchi and Anja Imamovic

The Arizona Kidney Foundation must have been very happy with the extraordinary turnout the other evening at the Camelback Inn. Dancing With The Stars Arizona: Fire and Ice was a smashing success, largely because of the organization’s new development director Ashleigh Schufeldt. She took an event that a lot of people had stopped attending and completely reinvented the wheel and gave everyone a spectacular and memorable time. 16 of the most

38

Christina Chambers with Nedko and Sarah Petrov

Scott LeMarr with Andrea Evans and Teri Le Marr

Jeff and Leslie Rich

notable people in Phoenix gave up their respective lives to rigorously train for months leading up to the competition. Everyone swooned! It was a fantastic night. The brain child of the much-adored and much-missed Marguerite Clifford and Glenna Shapiro was chaired by Jamie Anderson. Nancy Spetzler was given the Guiding Star Award for her decades plus involvement with the affair. Bravo to all! Coverage courtesy of Kathy Scheib


FASHION FOR YOUR HOME. For more than 30 years, The Linen Tree has been the ďŹ nest purveyor of luxury European linens and home decor, with impeccable customer service to match. thelinentree.com | 480.483.2044 6137 N. Scottsdale Rd., #111, Scottsdale, AZ 85250


SOCIAL CIRCLE BY TRENDS

Michelle Batschelet and Rene Wiess

Nicole and Billy Cundiff

Megan and Stephen Herman

COLLEEN’S

DREAM

Vast amounts of beautiful people, young and old, made their way to the Camelback Inn on a brisk winter’s evening to raise needed funds for Colleen’s Dream. The brainchild of founders Nicole Cundiff and her family after the loss of their mother to ovarian cancer continues to meet with amazing success. Though still in its infancy as far as charities go, the gala has already attracted more than 700 attendees in less than five years since its inception. Cocktails and hor d’ oeuvres flanked the terrace of the resort before guests gathered for a huge auction, dinner and dancing too. It was a fantastic affair! Pretty Couple: Jennifer Vandercook and Rocky McKay

Jeff and Meghan Gostele

Jennifer Vandercook and Rocky McKay

Anne Lanker and Babbi Gabel

40

Bret & Katie Hubert

Kaimi Fairbairn and Rachel Inouye


In the Heart of Phoenix is Your One Stop Shop for: TAILORING • CUSTOM DESIGNING • ALTERATIONS • FABRIC • BRA NEEDS JUST ABOUT ANYTHING THAT REQUIRES SEWING FOR MEN & WOMEN! “The Fairy Godmother of Fashion”

You deserve to look good. Our extensive collection of custom suits, tuxedos, bridal dresses, bridesmaid dresses and clothing are made specifically for you and your style. –Owner and Designer Scylvia-Elvira Danese

Scylvia-Elvira Danese 'The Fairy Godmother of Fashion' and 'The Boob Whisperer'

‘The Boob Whisperer’ 9 out of 10 women are wearing the WRONG size bra. 8 out of 10 don’t know how to put it on. • • • • • •

This creates pain in your neck muscles Puts pressure on your organs Makes your back hurt Gives you bad posture makes your clothes not fit properly and the worst part as if that isn’t enough …

IT MAKES YOU LOOK FAT!!!! I do a FREE BRA FITTING, and in 5 minutes I make you look as if you lost 10 pounds. I’ll show you how to put it on, how to wear it, and if we don’t have your size we order it. We don’t give you “the sister size” as they call it.

If you are tired of having your boobs everywhere except where they should be on your body call the ‘The Boob Whisperer’.

MEN, we are NOT afraid of your suit alterations! We do it ALL and do it BEST!

Owned and operated in Arizona since 1971 Find out why people from all over the world come to Danese Creations!

602.955.1313

answers@DaneseCreations.com | www.DaneseCreations.com | 3902 E. Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85018


SOCIAL CIRCLE BY TRENDS

David and Diana Smith

Carey Pena and Cille Swaback with Patricia Faur

TURQUOISE &

TUXEDOS The 2019 Arizona History Makers Gala was held this year at the Arizona Biltmore. The fine crowd of some of the most famous ladies and gentlemen in Arizona, gathered to toast this year’s honorees. Betsey Bayless, Arthur Decabooter, Michael Fox, Alfredo Gutierrez, Merrill Mahaffey and Vernon Swaback were all honored for their tireless dedication to the community. The combination of fine Native American jewelry and formal attire proved the perfect look for the Copper State and its citizens who truly make a difference. Patricia Faur and Diane Smith chaired the bash and they both must have been extremely happy Elva Coor and Betsey Bayless with Mary Jane Rynd with not only the turnout but for the momentum the ceremony and evening still holds today. Yes, it’s still that important!

Duffy and Pat McMahon

42

Ennis and Susan Dale with Vernon Swaback

Carol Poore and Mary Garbaciak

Elva and Lattie Coor


and CAKES

C hef Robert Richter established

Robert’s Catering, Inc. and Cakes in 1980, creating traditional comfort foods, French cuisine, cutting edge contemporary cuisine, and simply the best cakes for the most discriminating palette, yours.

480.963.4040 RobertsCatering.net E: office@RobertsCatering.net


Kiss Me Kate Boutique is a specialty store for the fashion conscious woman. Our many labels take you to the board room, sports events, cocktail parties, or to travel around the world.

Simply the Best!

Located at the Camelback Village Mall 5039 N. 44th Street • Phoenix • AZ 85018 602 • 840 • 6173


PETS OF THE MONTH

Bella Rose

Vino con Stelle JOIN US ON A GLOBAL TRIP OF

Wines around the World

AN UNFORGETTABLE EVENING OF WINE UNDER THE STARS

APRIL 12, 2019 GEMINI HANGAR | SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA

With gorgeous snowwhite fur and big piercing brown eyes, Bella Rose is sure to be the center of attention wherever she goes. At just one year old; the Australian Shepherd/ Collie mix is a bundle of energy that enjoys taking long hikes, will play with just about any type of toy and is an active pup who loves the outdoors. Bella Rose isn’t all looks, she also has lots of brains and is a super smart pup who loves to learn. Already leash and potty trained, this sweet girl is sure to be a great addition to any home. Meet Bella Rose at the Arizona Humane Society’s PetSmart Scottsdale location at 4380 N. Miller Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85251. Bella Rose’s adoption fee is $510 and includes her spay surgery, current vaccinations, a microchip and a free follow-up wellness exam with a VCA Animal Hospital. For more information, visit azhumane.org/adopt.

Kali

DR. STACIE J. AND MR. RICHARD J STEPHENSON HONORARY CO-CHAIRS

99 cents of every dollar you donate will directly fund lifesaving cancer clinical trials; without this research there would be no hope. For more information about tickets and sponsorships, visit VinoconStelle.com or call 866-932-4208.

At a little over 11 pounds, Kali is a big bundle of fluffy love all wrapped up into a sleek cat. The domestic longhair is seven years young and enjoys getting her luxurious long locks brushed daily. As sweet as they come, this cute kitty is a big lap cat who loves spending her time bird-watching from the window when she’s not snuggled up next to (or on) her favorite human. Kali is also fashionable, as she has cute mittens on her paws that always stay in style. Meet Kali at the Arizona Humane Society’s PetSmart Scottsdale location at 4380 N. Miller Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85251. Kali’s adoption fee is $60 and includes her spay surgery, current vaccinations, a microchip and a free follow-up wellness exam with a VCA Animal Hospital. For more information, visit azhumane.org/adopt. Please note: These pets may have been been adopted by the time you visit the shelter, however AHS has dozens more wonderful pets who also need loving homes. Please take a moment to meet some of the other dogs, cats and other companion animals at the shelter! To see all adoptable animals right now, visit www.azhumane.org/findapet.

46


Official Photography Studio for Desert Foundation Auxiliary, National Charity League - Phoenix, and The Board of Visitors Annual Charity Ball.

7004 East Main Street | Scottsdale, AZ. 85251 | 480.947.4214 | scottfouststudios.com


EBIG

TALL

Established in 1994

MEN’S FASHIONS ACCESSORIES | SHOES

Expertise in-house tailoring and alterations Open Daily: 480.998.9069 www.exclusivelybigandtall.com

ZANELLA 48

JACK VICTOR

The Shops at Hilton Village 6107 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale

COPPLEY

POLO RALPH LAUREN

PETER MILLAR

TOMMY BAHAMA


TRENDY READING

Member of the Family by Dianne Lake The 1960s was a strange time in American History. You either conformed and led a normal life or you dropped out, just like Timothy Leary instructed. For Dianne Lake and her family, the latter occurred. In 1967 her parents began to move away from conventional society. And In 1968; they decided to let their daughter, age 14, move out and join a cult. Unfortunately for Ms. Lake, she decided to join the Manson Family. Throughout the next year; Dianne Lake, along with countless youngsters that drop in and out of the cult-like atmosphere, realized that this is not your ordinary commune. By early 1969; the family leader, a charismatic and very short Charles Manson, begins to condition his “family,” to various and often violent tactics. It starts with break-ins in affluent suburbs, where “family members” rearrange furniture and items leaving the homes in the dead-of-night. Homeowners awake confused and frightened. Charles Manson deems these missions “Creepy Crawls.” But this is just the tip of the iceberg. By the late summer of that same year, 8 innocent people have been brutally slaughtered. They include 8-month pregnant actress Sharon Tate and her house guests, which included coffee heiress Abigail Folger and world-famous stylist Jay Sebring. Charles Manson and his derelict family become frightfully famous. The book is a fascinating account of a young hippie who sits at the feet of a man and his followers, all in awe of the madness surrounding them. Dianne Lake’s account of this time is fascinating and frightening. On the eve of the 50th anniversary of the crimes, this piece is a great read. Luckily for Dianne Lake, she was considered too young to participate in the heinous crimes. Angiolo Livi Chef, Owner

Angiolo Livi — Youngest recipient of the James Beard Lifetime Achievement Award

Inducted into the Culinary Hall of Fame • Gourmet Magazine • Wine Spectator • Zagat Survey

It would be our pleasure to cater your next family and corporate event.”

— Angiolo

RESTAURANT & CATERERS of DISTINCTION

EST. 1974

Fresh Pasta & Pasteries made fresh daily in our exhibition kitchen!

602-956-0900 EASY! – Make reservations online or call for your intimate dinner, or group get-together.

www. Avanti-Phoenix.com

2728 E. THOMAS RD • PHOENIX 49


WEDDING BELLS

Sponsored by:

480-941-2858

THE COUPLE Elizabeth Anne Sarvas Kane Samuel Swerner

MEET THE PARENTS Anne and Terry Sarvas, Paradise Valley, AZ Suzie and Laurence Swerner, Bel Air, CA

CEREMONY Caleta Palmilla Beach, San Jose Del Cabo

RECEPTION The Acre

WEDDING PLANNER Adrianna Dupinet

WEDDING EVENT DESIGN Marianna Idirin

FLOWERS AND DECOR Let It Bloom – David Ruiz

PHOTOGRAPHY Pink Palm Photo

THE CEREMONY MUSIC Violeta Poletek

WEDDING BAND Pura Vida

SOMETHING DIFFERENT • A welcome party was hosted by the Sarvas family upon the arrival of the wedding party and guests. The nuptial celebration lasted 3 days.

• T he rehearsal dinner was held at the world-renowned Tequila Restaurant in San Jose Del Cabo.

• T he couple embarked on two different honeymoons. An African safari first, followed by a venture to Belize .

• T he bride’s mother passed her mother’s embroidered handkerchief to each of her daughters for their wedding’s. This was the final daughter to use the cherished item.

• T he bride’s mother-in-law furnished the wedding gown from the dress shop she owns in London.

50


Happy Hour | Dinner | Sunday Brunch


Profile for Trends Magazine

Trends February 2019 E-MAG  

Trends Publishing, Arizona, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Society, Fashion, Home, Dining, Art

Trends February 2019 E-MAG  

Trends Publishing, Arizona, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Society, Fashion, Home, Dining, Art

Advertisement