Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, CNN’s Don Lemon, and actresses Lorraine Bracco and Mariska Hargitay were among the over 2,500 attendees at the 33rd Annual Toys Party, hosted by Corcoran’s Robby Browne and Chris Kann.
Held at Pier 60 in Chelsea, the event raised $275,000 for SAGE (Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders) and collected over 5,000 toys for distribution to numerous LGBT-friendly children’s charities.
The Toys Party has raised more than $3.5 million for SAGE since 2003, and has gathered more than 150,000 toys to be donated to NYC charities.
Now in its 33rd year, the Toys Party is one of the most talked-about LGBT holiday parties in New York City.
INVESTMENT advisory firm Equicap hosted its inaugural Miami Art Basel Patron’s Dinner in Support of A Demain.
Clients, family offices, and developers, joined Equicap managing director Daniel Hilpert on roof of The Delano to enjoy twilight cocktails and dinner.
After dinner, Equicap was joined by co-host Eazel, the AR/VR art app, for the A Demain Artists’ Desert, Drinks, and DJ set by AXELLE.
Artists, collectors, curators, and gallerists joined patrons for cocktails and AXELLE‘s electro sounds, with a view of the ocean and the historic Collins Avenue.
Works featured a blend of established and emerging talent, including Logan Criley, Jordan Doner, Nate Lewis, as well as digital animations for A Demain by Chloe Karayiannis.