Month: May 2015

Send in the Collins

The singer, like the venue itself, is an American classic—and one without whom New York City just wouldn’t feel the same. This week, Judy Collins, our touchstone of folksy soul and plainspoken spark, is bringing her unique artistry back to Café Carlyle. Collins, who has captivated audiences for over 50 years, has even landed a …

International Center of Photography Hosts 31st Annual Infinity Awards

Last Thursday, the International Center of Photography hosted its 31st Annual Infinity Awards at Pier 60 honoring outstanding achievement by distinguished photographers and future luminaries. Over 500 supporters took part in the evening’s celebration, which was sponsored by Hearst Corporation, and enjoyed watching the presentations from tables exquisitely decorated by Raul Avila. In attendance were …

It Seems Like Yesterday

It was 1984—not George Orwell’s 1984, but Tiffany & Co.’s utopian 1984. The legendary American luxury retail emporium had taken back its luster in a leveraged buyout from Avon, who had owned it since 1979. Tiffany’s celebrated design director John Loring was beginning to shoot for Tiffany Taste, his second book with his famous editor, …