On June 24, New York’s young elite gathered to celebrate midsummer with style and substance. Sporting their best seasonal looks, members of the newly formed Young Professional Council came together to raise $93,000 to benefit children with cancer. The Young Professional Council was created to support Denise Rich’s Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation, and exceeded its fundraising […]Read more
Glitter, glitter, and more glitter. It was a sparkly evening as presenters and patrons, both male and female, shimmered in sequins, rhinestones, and all things shiny at The 20th Annual Angel Ball for Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research at Cipriani Wall Street on October 22nd. Download full articleRead more
Denise Rich’s Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation celebrated the 20th anniversary of its Angel’s Ball at Cipriani Wall Street. Download full articleRead more
On Monday night, an eclectic crowd was shuffling around Cipriani Wall Street. There was Ivana Trump but also Patti LaBelle and Usher and Star Jones and, interestingly, the Democratic political operative James Carville.
by The Wall Street Journal
Angel Ball raises money for cancer research. On Monday night, the fashion brand MaxMara hosted a cocktail party at the Four Seasons restaurant for the actress Amy Adams. Ms. Adams doesn’t have a movie coming out this fall, but she did, apparently inspire the company’s latest “A” Bag.
By New York Times
Plenty of Diversions at the Angel Ball Sofia Vergara, Ryan Reynolds with Blake Lively and Kris Jenner Attend the Angel Ball. It was a Monday night, but no one at the Angel Ball was in a hurry. Dinner wouldn’t arrive until 10 p.m. and dancing would stretch until midnight at Cipriani on Wall Street. Angel Ball veterans knew the drill.
By The Wall Street Journal
When news broke of the death of fashion designer Oscar de la Renta on Monday evening, it brought the occasionally raucous Angel Ball down to earth. Star Jones, took to the podium to ask for a moment of silence for Mr. de la Renta, who had been diagnosed with cancer in 2006. The evening’s medical-research goal now seemed particularly poignant, she said.