One of the most beloved charities of the New York design community, Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, will host its annual spring benefit April 11 at Cipriani.
Photo courtesy Annie Watt.
The evening will feature 45 tables, each decorated by a different, renowned designer, using the theme "Spring Fever" as their inspiration. The Gala Designers include Adrienne Neff; Alessandra Branca; Allison Hennessy Interior Design; Ally Coulter; Angelica Gomes for Angelica Flowers & Events; Ashley Whittaker; Christopher Spitzmiller; Christopher Stevens; David Duncan Antiques; Dennis Rolland; Donald Schermerhorn; Duneier Design; Elizabeth Bauer; Etos; Fawn Galli; Harry Heissmann; Jonathan Berger; Kevin Jacobs art +objects; Kristen McGinnis; L by Lenox; Leta Austin Foster; Lindsey Coral Harper; Lucca: Marchesa by Lenox; Matthew Yee; McMillen Inc.; Mr. Call Designs; Nancy Pearson; Pagoda Red; Patrik Lönn & L’Olivier; Plaza Flowers; Roric Tobin for Geoffrey Bradfield Inc.; Stephanie Odegard; Steven Stolman for Scalamandre; Thomas Burak & Michael Devine; Todd Schwebel; Tyler Taylor, and Willey Design LLC.
Bunny Williams and John Rosselli are Honorary Design Chairs for the gala, which will honor Sydney Roberts Shuman and Diana Ronan Quasha, past and present Neighborhood House Board Chairs respectively.
The evening will include the press preview and cocktails at 7:00 p.m., including an alluring silent auction, followed by dinner at 8:30 p.m. and dancing.
Dinner tickets are $1,000 and cocktails are $200 and can be purchased through Virginia Pitman at (212) 744-5022 EXT. 1237 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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