A New You for 2016 – 5 Ways to Succeed with Your New Year’s Resolutions

A new year for many means a renewed focus on your goals and aspirations for the next 365 days. From a refresh on etiquette to bettering yourself both inside and out, here are five ways to achieve your New Year’s Resolutions in 2016.

1.  Maintaining a Healthy, Balanced Diet at Philippe Chow

 Philippe Chow

Make it a priority in 2016 to follow through with that healthy eating plan you attempted to establish in 2015. New York restaurant Philippe Chow, celebrating its 10th anniversary in January 2016 makes it easy with delicious options that are just as healthy as they are appetizing.

Owner and Executive Chef Philippe Chow, formerly of acclaimed Manhattan restaurant Mr. Chow, puts his own contemporary and upscale spin on traditional Beijing-style cuisine at Philippe. In addition to its signature, hearty Chicken Satay or Peking Duck; Chef Chow’s menu boasts a host of delectable carb conscious, gluten-free options for diners looking to maintain a healthy lifestyle without sacrificing on taste. Options include the Spa Chicken Salad with steamed chicken, mixed greens and sesame/soy vinaigrette; Spinach Salad with plum & lime juice vinaigrette and Lettuce Wraps available with Chicken, Beef, Shrimp or Vegetable. Additionally, all seafood options are available with steamed options and/or a light sauce, such as its Lobster Salad and Maine Lobster. Chef Chow presents complex flavors with a modern flair, bringing freshness and vitality to traditional Chinese cuisine.

For more information on Philippe Chow, visit: www.philippechow.com 

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Jean Shafiroff & Tous Jewelry Hosted A Holiday Shopping Party To Benefit The New York Women’s Foundation®

Jean Shafiroff and Tous Jewelry hosted A Holiday Shopping Party to benefit the New York Women’s Foundation® (NYWF) on Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at the Tous Boutique in Rockefeller Center with media partner Manhattan Magazine.

Jean Shafiroff, Ana Oliveira (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Jean Shafiroff, Ana Oliveira (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Guests browsed display cases to preview looks from Tous’ Fall/Winter Collection include. 10 percent of the proceeds on purchases made at Tous during the event and all day on Wednesday, December 16, 2015 will benefit the New York Women’s Foundation.

Guests included: Jean Shafiroff, Ana Oliveira, Andrea Greeven Douzet, Carol Wilkenson, Christina Rameli, Dr. Judith Hellman, Helen Johnson, Lewaa Khalek, Jill Sand & Dr. Barry Weintraub, Martin Shafiroff, Michael de Paulo, Elizabeth Shafiroff, Patrick Hazlewood, Ashley Sousa, Jennifer Powers, Tracy Stern, Brett Tinsley and Flo Anthony.

Jean Shafiroff, philanthropist and activist, is a volunteer fundraiser and leader of several charitable causes. She serves on the boards of New York Women’s Foundation®, New York City Mission Society, French Heritage Society, Couture Council (Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology), Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services (20+ years), Southampton Animal Shelter Honorary Board, and Southampton Bath & Tennis Club’s Charitable Foundation. Jean is hands-on with the multiple causes she supports. Each year she chairs numerous galas and hosts events benefiting numerous not-for-profit organizations. She is particularly known for her leadership in raising money for many charities, including the New York Women’s Foundation®, Southampton Hospital, Southampton Animal Shelter and New York City Mission Society.

Established in 1987 as a public philanthropy, the New York Women’s Foundation® is a cross-cultural alliance of women, serving as a force for change for women. From the outset, the Foundation’s founders strove to identify innovative organizations that were affecting change in the communities they served for women. NYWF strategically funds organizations and programs that move women, girls and families towards long-term economic security through individual transformation and systematic change, mobilizing leaders and community partners as philanthropists and change agents.

 

For more information on Jean Shafiroff, visit: www.JeanShafiroff.com

For More information on The New York Women’s Foundation, visit: www.nywf.org

Jean Shafiroff (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Jean Shafiroff (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Ana Oliveira (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Ana Oliveira (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Andrea Greeven Douzet, Jennifer Powers (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Andrea Greeven Douzet, Jennifer Powers (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Ashley Souza, Kathleen Giordano (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Jill Sand, Dr. Barrry Weintraub (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Jill Sand, Dr. Barrry Weintraub (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Romona Keveza (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Romona Keveza (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Dr. Judith Hellman (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Dr. Judith Hellman (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Tracy Stern (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Tracy Stern (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Helen Johnson (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Helen Johnson (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Atmosphere (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Atmosphere (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

 

Jean Shafiroff, Martin Shafiroff, Ana Oliveira (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Jean Shafiroff, Martin Shafiroff, Ana Oliveira (Photo Credit: Victor Hugo/PatrickMcMullan.com)

Mike Milken and Prostate Cancer Foundation Hosted The 2015 New York Dinner

Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF), a nonprofit organization which remains steadfast in its commitment to identify and fund groundbreaking cancer research programs to save the lives of millions, hosted its annual New York Dinner at the The Pierre Hotel on Wednesday, December 2, 2015. The event raised more than $6 million to support groundbreaking discoveries in cancer research.

The dinner honored the 20th Season the Prostate Cancer Foundation has partnered with Major League Baseball and its team owners for the PCF Homerun Challenge, with Baseball Hall of Fame Managers Joe Torre, Tommy Lasorda and Tony La Russa. PCF also presented David Cohen of Comcast an award recognizing his philanthropic endeavors on behalf of PCF’s Philadelphia partners, funding groundbreaking research.

Notable attendees included: Michael & Lori Milken (Founder, Prostate Cancer Foundation), Whoopi Goldberg (Event Host; Co-Host, The View), John O’Hurley (Event Host), David Cohen (Honoree; EVP, Comcast), Mark & Debbie Attanasio (Event Co-Chairs; Owner, Milwaukee Brewers), Seth Bernstein (Event Co-Chair; CEO, Stromberg LLC.),Todd Boehly (Event Co-Chair; Co-Owner, Los Angeles Dodgers), Dr. Richard Merkin (Event Co-Chair; CEO, Heritage Provider Network), Artie & Selma Rabin (Event Co-Chairs), Neal Rodin & Sharon Schutte-Rodin (Event Co-Chairs), Joe & Ali Torre (Event Co-Chairs; Chief Baseball Officer, MLB), John Fogerty (Performer), Forte (Performer), Isabel Leonard (Performer), Forte (Performer), Jerry Cohen (Co-Owner, New York Yankees), Tommy Lasorda (Special Advisor to The Chairman, Los Angeles Dodgers), Scott Minerd (C0-Owner, Los Angeles Dodgers), Tony La Russa (Chief Baseball Officer, Arizona Diamondbacks), Mark Walter (Co-Owner, Los Angeles Dodgers), Fred Wilpon (Owner, New York Mets), David and Sybil Yurman (Jeweler), Dr. Jonathan Simons (CEO, Prostate Cancer Foundation), John Paulson (President, Paulson & Co.), Edward Rendell (Former Governor, Pennsylvania), Bonnie Pfeifer Evans (Trustee, Charles Evans Foundation), Joel Paschow (Trustee, Charles Evans Foundation), Larry Leeds and  Dr. James Allison.

Following a cocktail reception, dinner hosts Whoopi Goldberg and John O’Hurley welcomed attendees to the event before introducing PCF Chairman and Founder Michael Milken. Goldberg, who has hosted numerous PCF events over the years, quipped “I remind him that I do not have a prostate.” Milken opened the evening by discussing the Charles Evans PCF Pro-Am Tour, a fundraiser hosted in conjunction with the Charles Evans Foundation where high-profile amateurs are paired with tennis professionals in four different tennis tournaments during peak seasons of each of the venues – Palm Beach, Fl., Indian Wells, CA, Westchester County, NY and the Hamptons. Joel Paschow and Bonnie Pfeifer Evans, Trustees of the Charles Evans Foundation, then spoke of Charles Evans’s memory, and shared that they were honored to be a part of what PCF and Mike Milken do.

After the brief presentation of tennis, Milken introduced the baseball theme of the event by quizzing the audience’s knowledge of Abbott and Costello’s “Who’s On First” comedy sketch. Following the quiz, Milken invited MLB attendees including Mark Attanasio, Todd Boehly, Jerry Cohen, Tommy Lasorda, Scott Minerd, Tony La Russa, Joe Torre, Mark Walter and Fred Wilpon to the stage for a special rendition of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” while wearing special Prostate Cancer Foundation baseball jerseys. “If you buy a baseball team next year, you could be up here,” said Milken at the performance’s conclusion. Immediately following the baseball players, opera group Forte from America’s Got Talent performed their version of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” before singing the classic “Il Sole Mio.”

Once Forte finished their performance, Milken began detailing the work of the PCF Home Run Challenge, which invites MLB fans to pledge a donation for every home run hit from June 1st through Father’s Day, before inviting Tommy Lasorda, Joe Torre and Tony La Russa to join him. All three have participated with the program, with Tommy Lasorda having traveled with Milken for over a decade. Since inception, Milken has attended 401 games and raised over $45 million.

Event host John O’Hurley then introduced Prostate Cancer Foundation CEO and President Dr. Jonathan Simons. PCF has been instrumental in funding extraordinary young scientists with multiple year grants. Their work has saved lives and provided better treatments for prostate cancer patients worldwide. Following the presentation, members of PCF brought up a mock baseball scoreboard with the number 173—the number of young investigators PCF has funded. Milken announced he wanted to increase that number to 200, and opened the floor for donors to pledge $75,000 for three years to support more young investigators. By the time everything was said and done, PCF put 202 new young investigators on the board. Following the pledges, the PCF opened the floor for three live auction packages that raised over $500,000.

Following the auction, Former Pennsylvania Governor Edward Rendell introduced the night’s honoree David Cohen, Executive Vice President of Comcast and Head of the Board of Trustees at University of Pennsylvania. Cohen served as Rendell’s Chief of Staff during his administration, where they collaborated to rebuild Philadelphia’s urban development. Rendell commended Cohen’s support of research to find ways to treat Prostate Cancer. Cohen, a prostate cancer survivor himself, thanked Milken and PCF for their efforts to stop prostate cancer and said he is, “one of tens of thousands of men who’ve benefitted from the funds raised the Prostate Cancer Foundation.”

After the award presentation, Nathan Gunn and Isabel Leonard performed, and were later joined by Forte for a special performance of “Somewhere” from West Side Story, the song the group performed during their Radio City audition on America’s Got Talent. To conclude, John Fogerty performed a special set alongside his son Shane where they performed some of his classic hits, including “Centerfield” which was honored by the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2010.

Event Co-Chairs Included: Mark & Debbie Attanasio, Seth & Marie Bernstein, Todd & Katie Boehly, Michael Lehrman, Ambassador Earle & Carol Mack, Dr. Richard Merkin, Mike & Lori Milken, Artie & Selma Rabin, Neal Rodin & Sharon Schutte-Rodin, Joe & Ali Torre, Eustace Wolfington.

 

Michael Milken (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Michael Milken (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Michael Milken, Tommy Lasorda, Joe Torre (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Michael Milken, Tommy Lasorda, Joe Torre (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Jerry Cohen, Ray Chambers (Photo credit: Lieba Nesis)

Jerry Cohen, Ray Chambers (Photo credit: Lieba Nesis)

John Paulson (Photo credit: Lieba Nesis)

John Paulson (Photo credit: Lieba Nesis)

Ariel Hach, Stewart Rahr (Photo Credit: Lieba Nesis)

Ariel Hach, Stewart Rahr (Photo Credit: Lieba Nesis)

Neil Rodin, Scott Minerd (Photo credit: Lieba Nesis)

Neil Rodin, Scott Minerd (Photo credit: Lieba Nesis)

Lisa O’Hurley, John O’Hurley (Photo Credit: Lieba Nesis)

Lisa O’Hurley, John O’Hurley (Photo Credit: Lieba Nesis)

Ali Torre, Joe Torre (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Ali Torre, Joe Torre (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Ed Rendell (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Ed Rendell (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Dr. Padamanee Sharma and Dr. James Allison (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Dr. Padamanee Sharma and Dr. James Allison (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Dr. Jonathan Simons (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Dr. Jonathan Simons (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

David Yurman, Sybil Yurman (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

David Yurman, Sybil Yurman (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

David Cohen (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

David Cohen (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Bonnie Pfeifer Evans (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Bonnie Pfeifer Evans (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Forte (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Forte (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Fred Wilpon, Joe Torre, Tommy Lasorda (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Fred Wilpon, Joe Torre, Tommy Lasorda (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

John Fogerty (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

John Fogerty (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Nathan Gunn, Isabel Leonard, Forte (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Nathan Gunn, Isabel Leonard, Forte (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Tony La Russa (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Tony La Russa (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Whoopi Goldberg, John O’Hurley (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Whoopi Goldberg, John O’Hurley (Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/GettyImages.com)

Denise Rich & Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research Celebrated the Generous Support of Angel Ball 2015 at Tao Downtown

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Denise Rich and Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research celebrated the generous support of the foundation through its Angel Ball 2015 Gala at Tao Downtown on Monday, November 30, 2015.

The party toasted the success of Angel Ball, which raised over $3.6 million this year for cancer research on Monday, October 19, 2015, with cocktails by Manhattan Moonshine, the world’s first premium un-aged whiskey, 50 Bleu Vodka and Forever Young Wine. Notable attendees included: Denise Rich, Michele Rella, Alicia Quarles, Rita Cosby, Cynthia Ott & James Coleman, Bonnie Pfeifer Evans, Lucia Hwong Gordon and William Kehler.

Each year, the Angel Ball is one of the top New York social events boasting attendees in the fields of business, philanthropy, and society alike at this annual celebration of life, music and the quest for a cure. The mission of Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research is to encourage the development of more effective therapies for patients with leukemia, lymphoma, and related cancers. The Foundation funds innovative clinical or basic science research that will lead to novel therapeutic approaches that could replace, or be used in combination with existing effective therapies. Such therapeutic approaches could include alternative or complementary medicine.

About Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation:

In 1996, Grammy-nominated songwriter and philanthropist, Denise Rich, lived every parent’s worst fear as one of her three daughters, a beautiful 27-year-old actress and Hodgkin’s lymphoma survivor named Gabrielle, succumbed to acute myelogenous leukemia (AML). Gabrielle lost her battle, but her dream lives on in the work of the organization created in her memory, Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research. It was Gabrielle’s idea to create a Foundation that would fund the best and brightest scientific investigators in the nation with the hope that less toxic treatments, and ultimately a cure, might be discovered. Her mother and sisters, Daniella and Ilona, believed the best way to honor Gabrielle’s memory was to turn their extraordinary grief into a positive force for others. The Foundation funds research to improve the efficacy of cancer treatments, reduce their toxicity and improve the quality of life of patients with leukemia or lymphoma. The Foundation also supports limited scientific interchange between select leaders in different areas of bio and integrative medical research, to develop unique and important collaborative efforts that will lead to improvements in the treatment and care of patients with leukemia and lymphoma.

For more information, visit: www.gabriellesangels.org

About Manhattan Moonshine:

Manhattan Moonshine is the world’s first luxury Un-Aged Whiskey and has been designed to be the perfect Whiskey for cocktails. The Manhattan Moonshine Company, LLC was founded in 2013 by William Kehler to establish Un-Aged Whiskey as a legitimate expression of Whiskey that is competitive with Aged-Whiskey in flavor, quality and class. Using a unique grain bill featuring a combination of Oats, Rye, Spelt (an ancestral form of wheat) and Malted Barley with its unique production process, a collaboration between Kehler and whiskey expert Ian Smiley to create the formulation. Manhattan Moonshine delivers a smooth, grain-forward, Whiskey flavor that no other Un-Aged Whiskey is able to create.  A New York City native, Kehler is a New York City native and Whiskey enthusiast who is fascinated by the Prohibition era, Art Deco design and the Jazz age.

For more information visit www.manhattan-moonshine.com

 

Michele Rella, Denise Rich (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Michele Rella, Denise Rich (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

William Kehler (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

William Kehler (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Alicia Quarles (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Alicia Quarles (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Cynthia Ott, James Coleman (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Cynthia Ott, James Coleman (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Lucia Hwong Gordon, Denise Rich, Michele Rella, Bonnie Pfeifer Evans (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Lucia Hwong Gordon, Denise Rich, Michele Rella, Bonnie Pfeifer Evans (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Randi Schatz, Michael Trokel, Pamela Morgan (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Randi Schatz, Michael Trokel, Pamela Morgan (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Tiffany Denee Jones, Coppy Holzman (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Tiffany Denee Jones, Coppy Holzman (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Manhattan Moonshine (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Manhattan Moonshine (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Atmosphere (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

Atmosphere (Photo Credit: Brian Ach/GettyImages.com)

As If Magazine Along with Audemars Piguet Celebrated Issue nº8 Featuring Cover Girl Jena Malone

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AS IF Magazine Editor-In-Chief Tatijana Shoan and Publisher Scott Fishkind along with Audemars Piguet came together to celebrate AS IF Magazine’s 8th issue featuring cover girl Jena Malone  and Audemars Piguet’s luxury timepieces for women with Alek Wek and Dee Hilfiger, on Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at Il Principe restaurant at the Hugo Hotel.

Guests enjoyed a cocktail reception where refreshing Cointreau Rickey’s were served which was followed by a three-course sit down dinner where Grgich Hills wine will be paired with the meal. Notable attendees included Alek Wek, Tommy & Dee Hilfiger, Charlotte McKinney, Lars Nilsson, Mike Ovitz, Marin Hopper, Amy Fine Collins, Kim Heirston, Doug and Mike Starn, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Marky Ramone, Michelle Violy Harper, Andres Serrano, Maxwell andPhilippe Hoerle-Guggenheim.

AS IF Magazine’s Issue nº8 is now available on newsstands with actress Jena Malone on the cover. Editor-In-Chief and photographer Tatijana Shoan spent the day photographing and interviewing Jena in a fashion editorial at the Bowery Hotel, where they discussed music, Jena’s last installment of the Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 and artistic inspiration. Also featured in the issue is a preview of Audemars Piguet’s new collection of Millenary timepieces for women, a fashion shoot with model and actress Eva Doll, dancer and artist Mikhail Baryshnikov, Jimmy Choo Creative Director Sandra Choi, Marin Hopper of Hayward Luxury, artists Mike and Doug Starn, “It Girl” Charlotte McKinney, a story on Gemfields and their emerald mine in Zambia, and Andrew Solomon pens the intro for writer and fashion historian Amy Fine Collins interview.  Additionally, AS IF’s Art Editor, Kim Heirston spent a day with Anish Kapoor in the artist’s studio discussing the importance of his past and how he reveals his soul in his work.

About AS IF Magazine:

AS IF Magazine is a large format, luxury, art, fashion and culture publication dedicated to featuring people who have made a significant mark in the zeitgeist. AS IF is the recipients of over 40 awards for design and photography excellence. With a circulation of 50,000, AS IF Magazine is distributed on newsstands and bookstores throughout all majors cities in the US, Europe and Asia. Standing at the crossroads of art, fashion, design and luxury, AS IF is a book that has quickly become a must-read; collected among some of the most sophisticated influencers, tastemakers and affluent consumers in United States and abroad.

Some of AS IF’s exclusive feature stories have included artists Marina Abramovic, Chuck Close, Marilyn Minter, Marco Brambilla, Scott Campbell, Laurie Anderson, Anish Kapoor, Francesco Clemente, Tony Cragg and Ines & Vindoodh; fashion designers Public School, Tamara Mellon, Miguel Adrover, Zac Posen, Tommy Hilfiger, and Martin Grant; the Head Curator of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Harold Koda; as well as entertainment scions Sean Lennon, Christina Ricci, Uzo Aduba, Greta Gerwig, Daniel Radcliffe, Ryan Kavanaugh, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and Arnold and Anne Kopelson, among others.

For more information visit www.asifmag.com/

Dee Hilfiger, Tatijana Shoan, Charlotte McKinney (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Dee Hilfiger, Tatijana Shoan, Charlotte McKinney (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Amy Fine Collins, Tommy Hilfiger (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Amy Fine Collins, Tommy Hilfiger (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Alek Wek (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Alek Wek (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Scott Fishkind, Tatijana Shoan (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Scott Fishkind, Tatijana Shoan (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Michelle Harper, Ryan Lobo (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Michelle Harper, Ryan Lobo (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Marky Ramone, Tommy Hilfiger (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Marky Ramone, Tommy Hilfiger (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Ryan Lobo, Omar Hernandez, Tatijana Shoan, Alek Wek, Michelle Harper (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Ryan Lobo, Omar Hernandez, Tatijana Shoan, Alek Wek, Michelle Harper (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Marky Ramone, Charlotte McKinney (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Marky Ramone, Charlotte McKinney (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Scott Fishkind, Alex Sumner (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Scott Fishkind, Alex Sumner (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Tommy Hilfiger(Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Tommy Hilfiger(Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Mike Starn, Kim Heirston, Doug Starn (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Mike Starn, Kim Heirston, Doug Starn (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Frederick Martel, Doreen Remen (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Frederick Martel, Doreen Remen (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Lars Nilsson, Amy Fine Collins, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Lars Nilsson, Amy Fine Collins, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Philippe Hoerle-Guggenheim, Tatijana Shoan, Maxwell (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

Philippe Hoerle-Guggenheim, Tatijana Shoan, Maxwell (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

John Goldstone, Marin Hopper (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)

John Goldstone, Marin Hopper (Photo Credit: Ilir Bajraktari/ PatrickMcMullan.com)