event recaps | Jun 12, 2015 |
AD LOVES 200 Lex event celebrated editors' favorite things
Boh staff
By Staff

Dune's Da Bomb Sofa, Profiles' Trinity Table by Randolph & Hein, Studio A's Phoenix Wing: these are a few of Architectural Digest's favorite things. Hosted by Margaret Russell, Editor in Chief of Architectural Digest, June 4's "AD Loves" cocktail event showcased treasures sourced from the New York Design Center.

Richard Shemtov, Margaret Russell and Jim Druckman

Parker Larson, Elizabeth Blitzer, Hadley Keller; Mercedes Desio, Alberto Villalobos, Kati Curtis

Spotlighting treasures from the Phillips Collection, Century Furniture, Profiles, Dune, Dennis Miller Associates, The Bright Group, SA Baxter and Studio A, the event, held at the New York Design Center, treated attendees including Thomas O’Brien, Thom Filicia, Christopher Spitzmiller, Brian Sawyer, Stephen Fanuka, Michael Tavano, Mara Miller, Tom Kligerman, Elizabeth Pyne, Ernest de la Torre, Chuck Chewning and Phillip Mitchell, to a festive atmosphere throughout the building. The evening also feted Steven Stolman, who was on hand to sign copies of his new book, "40 Years of Fabulous: The Kips Bay Decorator Show House.”

Collin Vail Sullivan and Eric Roseff; Drew McGukin and Stephen Fanuka

Bill Pittel, Chuck Chewning, Christina Juarez and Harry Heissmann

Dennis Miller and Rick Rubin; Mara Miller and Panda Ebling

“'AD Loves' is a such a fun evening," shared Russell. "It’s a terrific way for Architectural Digest and the design community to celebrate everything we love about the New York Design Center and its treasure trove of showrooms.”

AD’s full list of favorites includes: Century's Courtyard Table by Thomas O'Brien; Phillips Collections' Burnt Edge Console Table; The Bright Group's Gosha Arm Chair and Sidechair; Dennis Miller's Intercept Console by Harris Rubin, SA Baxter's Trousdale Collection, a collaboration with Studio Tim Campbell; Dune's Da Bomb Sofa; Profiles' Trinity Table by Randolph & Hein; and Studio A's Phoenix Wing.

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