The 23rd Annual Preview Party for The International Fine Art and Antique Dealers Show, Thursday, October 20, will be hosted by the Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) at the Park Avenue Armory in New York.
Joining the guests in support of the Society is the evening’s prestigious Design Committee, including co-chairs Michael Boodro, Susan Feldman and Alison Pincus and others: Joel Allen, Geoffrey Bradfield, Mario Buatta, Jennifer Garrigues, William Georgis, Darren Henault, Adrienne Neff, Ryan W. Nessing, Sandra Nunnerley, Todd Alexander Romano, David Scott, Suzanne Tucker and Timothy Marks, and more.
Heather Leeds, Brian Haughton, Anna Haughton, Melinda Blinken
One of the event sponsors, One Kings Lane, will be collaborating with Todd Romano on a pre-event tag sale. Additional support of the event comes from ELLE DECOR.
Calvin Klein, Tory Burch
Event Chairmen include Melinda Blinken, Noreen Buckfire, Elizabeth Miller, Daisy Soros and Michel Cox Witmer.
A New York tradition since 1989, the Society’s Preview Party routinely raises well over half-a-million dollars, with 100% of the profits going to the Society’s patient care, research and education programs at MSKCC. For the past twenty-two years, this fall classic provides tremendous support for the tireless work of the Society. The International Show features sixty-seven of the world’s most influential dealers, with art and antiques ranging from furniture and rare books to jewelry and glass. The Preview Party offers the Society’s members, New York’s notable art and antique dealers and collectors, and leaders in fashion and design, an exclusive and private preview of the fair’s sensational showcase before it opens to the public the following day.
Marc Jacobs, Peter Marino
“We are delighted to be returning to the Armory once again for the Society’s Preview Party for the International Fine Art and Antique Dealers Show. It is a marvelous evening where the art and the philanthropy worlds converge to support the efforts of MSKCC,” said Dr. Annette Rickel, the newly appointed President of the Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. “We are so grateful for the generous support from our sponsors and especially for our long-lasting partnership with the Haughtons,” added Rickel.
“We are so pleased to continue our collaboration with the Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center,” said Anna & Brian Haughton of Haughton International Fairs. “The preview party is a wonderful event which raises critical funds and supports the important work that the Society’s volunteers do to help and care for patients at MSKCC,” she added.
The show runs from October 21-27 and features many of the world’s most influential art and antique dealers from the U.S. and Europe. the Society has had the good fortune to be the beneficiary of the Preview Party since its inception in 1989.
The Preview Party itself has become one of New York’s most iconic fall events, attracting over 1,200 high profile guests on opening night from the fashion, art, philanthropic, and design world. 100% of the proceeds from the event benefit the Society’s patient care, research and education programs at MSKCC.
For information contact Charlotte Reardon at email@example.com or call 212-639-2103.
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