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CONTENTS

REMEMBERING

VOLUME 34, NO. 6

Remembering ... John Coumbe By Bill Dougherty

FEATURES 2

Remembering John Coumbe

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Remembering Peter Lendrum

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La Dolce Vita

12 Remembering Pat Goldman 14 Remembering Linda Pope 32 Artist in Residency 2016 In 1982 my addiction to all things Ralph Lauren started. A while later when the fashion house opened a store at 44th Street and Camelback, (Camelback Village Center), I met John

35 Trendy Reading: Wolves at the Door

Coumbe. This was shortly before he would leave to open his own store John’s & Co. John lost

39 Phoenix Art Museum Spotlight

his battle with cancer last summer, but he leaves behind a true legacy as one of the Valley’s

40 SMoCA Spotlight

empire builders.

43 Charity Spotlight: JDRF

If you knew anything about ladies’ and men’s fashion in the 1980s and 90s, you knew that

43 Trendy Reading: Walking with the Muses

John’s & Co. ranked as one of the most rakish spots in town to shop. Huge ads on billboards and in many publications including Trends featured extraordinary advertisements. Many

51 Pets of the Month

of the ads showcased John’s exceptionally beautiful wife and top model Holly Barrett. For decades John’s & Co. fashions graced many a Phoenix runway including An Evening of Trends which benefits the Trends Charitable Fund. Holly and John were a beautiful force to be reckoned with and they moved effortlessly in any social circle. Essentially they were a combination of class, style, philanthropy and amazing humor. As the winds of change blew, John constantly reinvented his fine store. Like so many, he had been sold a bill of goods from the developers of The Esplanade. I’m sure John regretted leaving his hugely successful digs at 32nd Street and Camelback Road. Like many others,

SOCIETY 38 House of Broadcasting 42 Arizona Costume Institute Luncheon 45 Heart Ball Executive Committee 2016

John’s & Co. was swept up in the delusional mixed use space that would replace a simple Christmas tree lot at 24th Street and Camelback, where the half-abandoned mall stands today. However, John persevered and moved his store across the street to Biltmore Fashion Park and again met with tremendous success. After decades of amazing advertisements, fashion shows and beautiful clothing, Holly and John quietly closed their store and retired from the retail and philanthropic world. John pursued a successful career in real estate. Everyone ran into Holly and John at AJ’s Fine Foods, where the couple often stopped for refreshments. People like John Coumbe are a rarity in today’s world. He was a kind, soft spoken gentleman with perhaps one of the greatest styles and an even better sense of humor. Everyone in heaven is laughing right now.

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REMEMBERING SO C I E T Y | FA SHI O N | HO ME | D I N ING | ART VOLUME 34, NO. 6

Remembering ... Peter Lendrum By Bill Dougherty

When I met Peter and Jamie Lendrum in 1985, I knew they were both high flyers. Peter died this summer surrounded by his family after a long illness. During his successful career Peter had the Midas touch, turning vacant lots into absolute masterpieces of architecture and design. But that was just one of the dynamics of a gentleman who gave back so much to a community that had been so kind to his visions. In 1985 I had the opportunity to be seated at the Heart Ball chaired by Jamie Lendrum. Jamie had created a beautiful ball. She wore a gown purchased in London and along with Peter danced the night away. They were quite the pair. Years later, Joel Cohen and I founded the Guy’s With Hearts dinner at Tarbell’s, for husbands of past Heart Ball chairs. Peter dressed in fine tweed sport coats was almost always in attendance. During those dinners we often sat together discussing our love of architecture and the men and women who had contributed to it. He was terribly upset that so much Mid-Century architecture was falling victim to the wrecking ball. Several years later when Richard Doria, another fine Valley architect, joined the lineup; it was hard for any other gentleman in the group to get a word in edge wise. In his extraordinary life Peter never talked about most of his skyrocketing accomplishments in the fields of architecture, design, planning and landscape. It was not until a Guy’s With Hearts dinner that most of us found out that he was lured to Phoenix by Ralph Haver. The decision would ensure Peter a place in design fame not only in Arizona but throughout the world. He would be internationally recognized and awarded for his magic, yet only brought it up if someone inquired. A great humanitarian and philanthropist, he was a man whose sole goal was to make our world a more beautiful place for all. He had an amazing life and career and he will be missed.

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Publisher: BILL DOUGHERTY Editor-in-Chief: BETTY McRAE Travel Editors: TERI HUMPHREYS | MARY MORRISON | LAUREN AND IAN WRIGHT Food Writer: LAURIE FLORENCE-MANUCCI Advertising Manager: PATRICE METZLER 480.276.2282 | pmetzler@trendspublishing.com Executive Consultant: SUZANNE EDER New York Correspondent: JJ BUCHANON Los Angeles Correspondent: JENNIFER BENTLEY Art Direction: STEPHANIE SWEET, SWEET DESIGNS Fashion Photographer: SCOTT FOUST, IMAGE-INDUSTRY Senior Society Photographers: PETER AND SALLY KRZYKOS Trends Makeup and Hair Stylist: LAURA FLAGLER | KAREN HALL Webmaster: BRAD FEUERSTEIN Fashion Editors: JESSICA PATE | JENNA SHAFFER Society Editors: SHAYNE ANTHONY | CAROL BENNETT | GEORGE BENNETT LAURA BISHOP | J.J. BREWER | GAIL LITTLETON DEBBIE MAY | JENNIFER JONES | JESSICA PATE | GRACE SAMPO FRANK SCHMUCK | BOB STEARNS | NICOLE STEARNS CONNIE SUNDAY | MICHELLE THOMPSON Certified Public Accountants: THOMAS S. HOLLY, CPA, PLLC Printing: MEDIA PRINT Information Technology: BEN AMES Music Production: CHRIS BECKLEY/THE PRODUCTION GROUP Special Events Fashion Coordinator: MARGARET MERRITT Trends Charitable Fund Board members are Kimberly Afkhami, Shannon Barthelemy, Jennifer Collins, Lisa Handley, Kathy Harris, Kimberly Jacobsen, Jean Marley, Beth McRae, Jennifer Moser and Doris Ong. 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 5685 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite E160, Scottsdale, AZ 85250 Phone: (480) 990-9007 Fax: (480) 990-0048 Website: www.trendspublishing.com Published monthly October – May by Trends Publishing. Editorial E-mail: editor@trendspublishing.com Advertising E-mail: pmetzler@trendspublishing.com © 2016 ISSN 0742-034X


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La Dolce Vita The Season October to May Welcome back! From all of us at Trends Magazine and the Trends Charitable Fund. We hope you all had a wonderful and safe summer. Since we last chatted the social season shifted into high gear. We have a lot to tell you and we hope you enjoy getting caught up with all things charitable, chic and beautiful! Pinnacle Aviation became the stunning back drop for the 15th annual Trends/Phoenix Heart Ball photo shoot. Since we started these stunningly beautiful photo sessions, I don’t suspect has anyone been unhappy? Over the years some of the finest specialty stores and greatest jewelers have come together to create a truly amazing experience for all involved. This year Pinnacle Aviation pulled out all the stops and showcased some of the very best private jets in the state. Then B.J. Johnson and new PR czar Ashleigh Shufeldt of Neiman Marcus, good friends to this publication, arrived to adorn Jennifer Carmer, Carolyn Jackson, Kristine Thompson, Nan Howlett and Char Hubble with some truly magnificent ball gowns and even better fine jewelry. This collaborative effort produced an amazing October cover for us. But wait it gets just as good inside the ­magazine! Scylvia Danese of Danese Creations (one of the best couturiers) designed an array of gowns for the inside pages and Jacqueline Nerguizian tossed a few

By Bill Dougherty

heart-stopping fine jewels on the ladies courtesy of JN Jewels. It made for an impressive session and one that won’t be forgotten anytime soon. You should have been there! But if you weren’t, mark your respective calendars for the Phoenix Heart Ball, Saturday Nov­ ember 19th at The Phoenician. Speaking of the Heart Ball, just a few days later, Char Hubble threw open the doors of her magnificent hill-top estate to the entire committee for the much-anticipated Heart Ball Addressing Luncheon. Everyone flipped when Neiman Marcus arrived with famed designer Rubin Singer in tow. The handsome designer with an even bigger personality and smile delighted this beautiful crowd of well highheeled ladies, first at the cocktail reception where mimosas and expensive champagne flowed and sparkled. After that merrymakers made their way downstairs to the ballroom where they were treated to an opulent fashion show of Mr. Singer’s newest collection and a fabulous lunch courtesy of Fabulous Foods. This event is always the kick off to the season. It’s sort of like your first day of school but with Hermes and Botox injections. You get the picture? Continued on page 10

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La Dolce Vita – Continued from page 9 Elsewhere, members of the Arizona Costume Institute always looks forward to their first showcase of the season at their very wellattended 2nd Wednesdays luncheon. Supermodel Pat Cleveland dropped by just a few Wednesdays ago to tout her best-selling autobiography Walking with the Muses. Still stunningly beautiful, an animated Ms. Cleveland wowed the crowd with tails of everyone from Hubert Givenchy to Halston and everyone and every runway in-between. When we were introduced, she looked at me and said “haven’t we met before?” I explained that Susie Wesley, myself and a group of contract models had replaced Ms. Cleveland and the rest of the Halstonettes (a favored troupe of models used exclusively by the late designer). In 1983 Halston sold his name to Norton Simon Inc. The move prevented the designer from choosing models, fabrics and just about everything else associated with his line. It proved disastrous and served as a cautionary tale to other designers as a lesson in greed. Halston never recovered from the multi-million dollar sale and died of AIDS several years later. Anyway, I think the afternoon proved to be one of the most triumphant 2nd Wednesdays in recent memory. That should make Dennita Sewell and Jacquie Dorrance very happy, don’t you think? While on the subject of the Phoenix Art Museum, I can’t forget to mention that lovely Lisa Pagel who managed to oversee more than 300 events a year at Neiman Marcus, is now at the museum too.

Apparently Ms. Pagel landed in a newly created position where she will serve as a liaison between the 12 groups housed within the stately museum. They include: Arizona Costume Institute, Asian Arts Counsel, Collector’s Study Club, Latin American Art Alliance, Contemporary Forum, Friends of European Art, The Men’s Arts Counsel, The Phoenix Art Museum Docents, The Phoenix Art Museum League, Western Art Associates, Infocus and Women’s Metropolitan Arts Counsel. Boy that’s a mouthful! Anyone who knows Ms. Pagel, knows that she’s capable of juggling many hoops at the same time. She does it all with style, class and elegance. Just watch her soar!

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REMEMBERING

Remembering ... Pat Goldman By Bill Dougherty

told me that she was often confused for the actress Natalie Schafer, who rose to international fame playing Lovey Howell on television’s Gilligan’s Island. Since the two ladies had a very similar look, dressed much alike and had an air of sophistication; it’s no surprise that the public often mistook Pat for Ms. Schafer. Pat always said it was a great compliment to a great lady. To List Pat Goldman’s achievements in the community would take more pages than we offer in this publication. Let’s just say that everything she touched she turned to gold and for more than 70 years. Most are simply too numerous to mention, yet Barrow Neurological Foundation and the Phoenix Heart Ball were two of her very favorite “My dear, darling, sweetheart my phone has been ringing off the

organizations. Although she had long since chaired both balls, she

hook!” “My mail box is stuffed with congratulatory letters and

stayed active in their respective events for the rest of her life.

everywhere I go people say you’re all over Trends.” “You did not need to do this but, I do so love you. By the way this is Pat Goldman,

From time to time my wife and I would meet Pat for lunch at her

darling.” Telephone messages from Pat such as this one were not

favorite restaurant L’ Amore on Lincoln Drive in Phoenix. Pat would

unusual. Several years ago, we dedicated a full page to her accom-

walk in the door decked out in a smart St. John suit and high heels.

plishments titled “The World of Pat Goldman.” There were always

She knew everyone in the posh eatery and they all dropped by the

a thousand terms of endearment on voicemails she left us and at

table to say hello. I once told her that we were dinning in the pres-

the end she would identify herself with a gasp of breath. The fairest

ence of greatness. Pat threw her hand up to swat the air, as she often

maiden in the land; Pat - a 1986 Trendsetter - passed away this sum-

did when she disagreed with something. She laughed looked at us

mer leaving a trail of one of the most extraordinary lives ever lived

and said “Why do the two of you think I’m a celebrity and why are

in our Valley.

you wasting your time having lunch with an old lady?” That was pure Pat Goldman humor and wit.

When Pat Goldman entered a room, people noticed her immediately whether it was 30 or 40 years ago or just last year. Her amazing

Pat Goldman represented one of the last of the truly grand dames

beauty, well into her nineties combined with an array of beautifully

of Phoenix society. She was a woman who never had a bad word to

composed ensembles, would constantly set her apart. Even the last

say about anyone or any organization, dressed to the nines and was

time I saw her at a Heart Ball luncheon last year that stopped to

always willing to roll up her sleeves and help out. Her graciousness

honor her for her tremendous support, she approached the stage in

to all, style and complete lack of conceit will forever set her apart

3 inch pointed toe pumps! That was Pat Goldman in a nut shell. She

from the rest. An angle on earth and one in heaven too.

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Remembering ... Linda Pope By Bill Dougherty

become we turned it into a monthly feature. This was until Glenna Shapiro and Marguerite and Jack Clifford came up with an idea called “Dancing with the Stars Arizona.” Trends lost the column and the world gained a woman who would win at the first gala, chair the record-setting second gala and go on to become one of the most respected competitive dancers in the nation. Since we shared the same dance studio, we often rehearsed at the same time. That brought us very close. Linda told me that if Braniff International, the only carrier she could commute on to Dallas, had not gone out of business in 1982, that she would likely be in upper management for Southwest. Given her track record at the airline I In 1994 two amazing things changed my life. I went to work for this

was not about to dispute that. She made me promise that no matter

publication as a society reporter and Southwest Airlines where I’ve

how successful Trends became that I would never leave Southwest

held various positions. However, both companies shared something

Airlines.

in common I was not aware of: Linda Pope. Many of you know that Linda, one of the finest people to grace our community, lost her long

Anything Linda touched became over the top and extraordinary.

and courageous battle with cancer over the summer. The Valley is

She chaired everything. Her extensive education was impressive to

still at a loss for words at her untimely passing.

even the most jaded college professor. Her incredible beauty, warm chocolate eyes and porcelain skin could take your breath away. I

Although Linda had made her mark first at Southwest Airlines in the

often remarked that she looked like a cameo from another century.

late 1970s and early ‘80s, it would be our Valley that would eventu-

Even in the last years of her life, often enduring tremendous pain,

ally benefit even more from her genius. I remember when I was first

Linda always smiled and offered kindness to anyone she crossed

introduced to our famed airline CEO Herb Kelleher, one of the first

paths in the community. She never stopped working hard and com-

things he said was, “You live in Phoenix. Do you know Linda Pope?”

ing up with brilliant ideas, all the way to the very end. She was one

Although her time at the carrier had been short, Linda managed to

of a kind.

shoot to the top, much like she did here. We are all better off for knowing Linda Pope. Her drive, softness, During the first season I officially owned Trends I asked Linda to

wit, beauty and compassion will live with those of us she touched

write a column on ideas for the social world. We had originally only

for the rest of our lives. Linda simply departed for Heaven far too

budgeted for one page, however when we saw how successful it had

soon. I wish those of us could have kept her for just a little bit longer.

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ARTIST IN RESIDENCE 2016

Swartz Hopes Everyone Practices Tikkun Olam Beth Ames Swartz, Trends Magazine’s artist-of-the-year, is having an exhibition of her work entitled Tikkun Olam (Repairing the World). We asked her what that means. Swartz says, “Tikkun Olam is the idea that people bear responsibility not only for their own moral, spiritual, and material ­welfare, but also for the welfare of society at large. In my art, I explore systems of knowledge by translating philosophical concepts into aesthetic visual experiences. For example, my series entitled The Thirteenth Moon was inspired by the three most famous poets in Chinese history: Du Fu, Li Bai, and Wang Wei. Each poet hoped to help heal their society by basing their poetry upon a different philosophy: Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism respectively.” “It is my hope we all may better understand that each others‘ wisdom systems say the same thing ... that all life is sacred.” The Arizona Jewish Historical Society (AZJHS) invites the general public to a free program that includes the Swartz art exhibition and related philosophical discussions beginning at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 16, 2016, at 122 E. Culver St., Phoenix 85004. For more information on the AZJHS program and the screening of a film on Swartz and her art,

Beth Ames Swartz in front of her painting Facing Snow #5 which was inspiried by a Du Fu poem from the 8th Century.

contact Larry Bell, lbell@azjhs.org, (602) 241-2870. For more information visit www.bethames-swartz.com or www.bethamesswartzfilm.com or www.acagalleries.com.

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Although this book was written more than 10 years ago, its popularity caused it to be reprinted just this year. The Wolves at the Door is a tremendous journey from Baltimore affluence to the shacks and farm houses of France for one Virginia Hall. Ms. Hall would go on to become one of the first and greatest American spies during World War II. In 1931 no polished Maryland debutant would have imagined that Virginia Hall, a handsome colt bred for the social elite of charity balls and country club cocktail parties, would simply disappear and end up working for the SOE, a secret espionage faction of Great Britain. It was there that Virginia would learn the tricks of the trade in wartime spy wonderment.

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TOAST OF THE TOWN Late last spring Beth McDonald, Sean McLaughlin and Bill Miller were all honored at the 12th annual House of Broadcasting Celebrity Toast. Every mover and shaker from the world of radio and television made the scene.

Lin Sue Cooney with Kris Pickle and Olga Diaz

Beth McDonald and Mike Biehler

WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW House of Broadcasting founded decades ago stops to spotlight 3 individuals in the fields of radio and television. This event combined with their extraordinary museum preserves the history and legacies of the Valley. Special thanks to Mary Morrison who year after year makes this amazing evening come to fruition.

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Yetti Gibson and A J Sulka

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ART

Spotlight on the Phoenix Art Musuem In what is sure to be the grand event of this year’s social season, Phoenix Art Museum presents Bright Night on Friday, October 28, an evening among art enthusiasts for a private glimpse at the works of internationally-acclaimed artist Kehinde Wiley, all in benefit of exhibition and education programming at the Museum. Along with the exhibition, Bright Night offers a culinary and musical celebration with custom cocktails and fine wine, heavy hors d’oeuvres and small plates all crafted by M Catering. Guests will enjoy the ambiance of bright, floral designs with DJ vibes and the iconic musical sounds of a Steel Drum Band inside the sultry tropical lounge. Bright Night is presented by the Phoenix Art Museum Board of Trustees and Amada Cruz, the Sybil Harrington Director. Event Details: What: Bright Night When: 6:30 p.m., Friday, October 28, 2016 Where: Phoenix Art Museum Attire: Colorful cocktail attire Tickets: $750 each. Tickets available at tickets.phxart.org.

Kehinde Wiley, The Two Sisters, 2012. Oil on linen. Collection of Pamela K. and William A. Royall, Jr. Courtesy of Sean Kelly, New York. © Kehinde Wiley. Photo: Jason Wyche, courtesy of Sean Kelly, New York.

Kehinde Wiley, Morpheus, 2008. Oil on canvas. Courtesy of Roberts & Tilton, Culver City, California; Sean Kelly, New York; Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris; and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London. © Kehinde Wiley.

Kehinde Wiley, Napoleon Leading the Army over the Alps, 2005. Oil on canvas. Brooklyn Museum, Partial gift of Suzi and Andrew Booke Cohen in memory of Ilene R. Booke and in honor of Arnold L. Lehman, Mary Smith Dorward Fund, and William K. Jacobs, Jr. Fund. © Kehinde Wiley. Photo: Sarah DeSantis, Brooklyn Museum.

Kehinde Wiley, Princess Victoire of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, 2012. Oil on linen. Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Sean McCarthy. © Kehinde Wiley. Photo: Jason Wyche.

Kehinde Wiley, Mrs. Waldorf Astoria, 2012. Oil on linen. Private Collection, Los Angeles, courtesy of Sean Kelly, New York. © Kehinde Wiley. Photo: Jason Wyche.

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ART

Spotlight on the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) presents two exhibitions for the autumn season including a collaboration with Arizona State University Intermedia Professor Muriel Magenta showcasing works by 19 artists who are rethinking and transforming the status quo of the place of women in today’s society, and the latest in the Museum’s Architecture + Art series presenting Mexico City-based artist Santiago Borja’s response to the landmark Casa Grande Ruins National Monument.

Santiago Borja, Installation shot of Self // Jung Catcher at MARCO, Monterrey Mexico 2013. Image courtesy of the artist.

SMoCA’s autumn opening celebration will be held on Friday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. with free admission for the public to enjoy the exhibitions and mix and mingle with artists and curators. The season of exhibitions is accompanied by a full schedule of unique and engaging programs and events. Architecture + Art: Everything Falls into Place When It Collapses October 15, 2016 – January 22, 2017 Push Comes to Shove: Women and Power October 1, 2016 – January 8, 2017 SMoCA is located at 7374 E. Second St. 480.874.4666 or www.smoca.org.

M. Jenea Sanchez, Dulce Guadalupe Garcia Anguamea, 2016. Chromogenic print. 40 x 60 inches. Courtesy of the artist. © M. Jenea Sanchez

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Foreground: Santiago Borja, Untitled, 2016, plywood and balsa wood. 14 x 24 x 20 inches. © Santiago Borja. Courtesy of the artist. Background: Lon Megargee, Casa Grande Ruins, Starlit Evening, 1914, oil on canvas. Collection of the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art: Bequest of the Estate of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas P. Richeson, 1990.004.02. Photo by Claire Warden.

Gabriela Muñoz and M. Jenea Sanchez, Labor (detail), 2016. Serigraph on bricks made with Mexican soil. 36 x 264 x 8 inches. Courtesy of the artists. © Gabriela Muñoz and M. Jenea Sanchez

Santiago Borja, Installation shot of Self // Jung Catcher at MARCO, Monterrey Mexico 2013. Image courtesy of the artist.


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SOCIAL CIRCLE

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2ND WEDNESDAYS Each month during the social season, the Costume Institute on behalf of the Phoenix Art Museum gathers a group of welldressed ladies and gentlemen. Their purpose is to showcase the international world of fashion and the people who have created it.

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Paula Taylor and Camerone Parker

WALKING WITH THE MUSES It’s no secret that Pat Cleveland was one of the first ethnic supermodels to take the world by storm in the 1960s. For the next 4 decades she would become a commanding presence on the runway, in print and at lavish parties. She recently pinned her memoirs in a best-selling book titled Walking with the Muses. And she captivated the room.

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CHARITY SPOTLIGHT

An Evening of Gratitude What sets the JDRF apart from other events? Hollis Volk replied that JDRF was started in 1970 by parents of children with Type One Diabetes. Our organization is propelled by the passion for a cure by the parents and families of children with Type One What makes the evening different this year? We are sold out with 700 guests and have a waiting list! This year the fund raising portion of our Black Tie evening will be as brief as possible so that our guests can have a fabulous fun evening. Why are you chairing this Gala? Our son, Chambers, was diagnosed sixteen years ago. It is Chris’s and my hope that the funds we raise on November 12th will help our son and all other children and adults live free of this pernicious chronic illness and its complications. What do you have planned this year that is a break from the humdrum of other events? We are having our event in the large Alhambra Ballroom of the Montelucia. When this part of the evening is over, our After Party is in the Valencia Ballroom where we will have dancing in a lounge setting. There will be sweet and savory treats in the foyer and cigars, brandy and port outside. Do you have any special entertainment this year? Yes! We have the lovely and talented Jo Watson and the Birdman playing during

our Cocktail Hour, Silent Auction and Dinner. We have the fabulous James Gang of Beverly Hills playing for the After Party. Anything up your sleeve that will set this apart from other Galas? We have a mystery guest that will be performing with James Gang. I am hoping that we will raise over one million dollars net to cure Type One Diabetes. Are you planning a Silent and Live Auction and an Ask this year? These are always components of our Gala Events. We have an amazing Silent Auction with around 150 packages valued at over $200,000 which the week prior to our event will be on line at www.bidpal.net/jdrfpromiseball. Our Live Auction has eight fantastic items. The last portion of our event in the main ballroom is the Fund A Cure where we raise money that goes directly to research. If anyone not attending would like to give to our Fund A Cure, they can contact Karyn Fortin at kfortin@jdrf.org or at 602-224-1819.

TRENDY READING

Walking with the Muses by Pat Cleveland Reviewed by Bill Dougherty Stalked by Vogue Editor Carrie Donovan in a Harlem subway in 1966, Pat Cleveland had hoped to become a fashion designer. Instead she would go on to become one of the most enigmatic models in history. This year Ms. Cleveland finally decided to sit down and pen her memoirs in Walking with the Muses. The autobiography, already toping the best seller lists, gives readers a front row seat in the famous design houses of Europe in the late 1960s. They include Balenciaga, Christian Dior and Yves Saint Laurent, just to mention a few. Yet the book reaches its zenith in the 1970s in America as Bill Blass, Diane von Furstenberg, Oscar de la Renta and especially Halston explode on the international fashion scene, leaving the rest of the world in its dust. Fresh from The Battle of Versailles at the then dilapidated Palace of Versailles fashion showdown, Pat Cleveland is front and center for everything and quietly absorbs with a smile. The book showcases everything from Ms. Cleveland’s early life in Harlem to international super-model stardom. She remains grounded throughout the book resisting the drug induced 70s and 80s weight loss quick fix. She retains style, grace, wit and an uncanny ability to tell stories so accurately that you think you might very well be there. Anyone interested in high fashion and modeling needs to read this. It’s a true inspiration to all and it’s full of lots of great tales too.

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2016 HEART BALL

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Abby, a three-year-old Miniature Poodle, was found on the streets by the Arizona Humane Society’s (AHS) rescue team as an injured stray. At that time Abby’s coat was filthy and matted and the tight tangles tugged at her skin causing sores and discomfort. Needless to say, this poor pup was in desperate need of a makeover. Meet Abby at the Campus for Compassion located at 1521 W. Dobbins Road in Phoenix. Her adoption fee includes her spay surgery, medical treatment, and vaccinations. For more information call 602.997.7585 and ask for animal number A541732. Abby may have been adopted by the time you visit the shelter but there are hundreds of other pets in need of a loving home. Visit azhumane.org

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Atticus, a Siamese with lynx point markings, will walk right up to a stranger and start purring and cuddling in their arms. He loves other pets as much as he loves the companionship of people and it isn’t unusual to see him sharing the dog’s bed or playing tag with other frisky felines. The five-month-old can’t resist swatting at a feather wand toy and will chirp when he sees birds out the window. He never jumps on the counters and makes good use of a scratching post. Meet Atticus at the Arizona Humane Society’s Sunnyslope Campus located at 9226 N. 13th Avenue in Phoenix. His adoption fee includes his neuter surgery and vaccinations. For more information call 602.997.7585 and ask for animal number A538727. Atticus may have been adopted by the time you visit the shelter but there are hundreds of other pets in need of a loving home. Visit azhumane.org.

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