Debbie Harry and other celebs came out to celebrate the New York debut of CHARLIEWOOD by artist Charlie le Mindu – a couturier and sculptor who’s also known for being Lady Gaga’s hairstylist.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Denise Rich, Founder of Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research, and Dr. Stephen Nimer, Chairman of the Foundation’s Medical Advisory Board. Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation was started 20 years ago, after Ms. Rich’s daughter Gabrielle, developed acute leukemia.
Deb Gordon’s guest was former army captain, Everett Weston who co-founded Operation: Heal Our Heroes (HOH) along with Patrick Bolchoz, after their good friend and fellow army vet – Frankie, committed suicide.
Deb Gordon’s guests were former New Yorker Boris Marchegiani, President of GAIA Hotel and Reserve; and Erin Crotty, Executive Director of Audubon New York – each of whom is working to protect birds, foster their proliferation, and preserve their natural habitats.
The International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) held its 27th annual Courage in Journalism Awards and luncheon yesterday at Cipriani on 42nd street co-hosted by Norah O’Donnell and Cynthia McFadden.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Dr. Pat Thomas, general curator of the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) which was founded in 1895, with the mission to save wildlife and wild places across the globe.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Deb Gordon’s guest was Rachel Goldsmith, Associate Vice President at Safe Horizon, the nation’s leading victim’s assistance organization that works to empower victims of domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault and human trafficking, and envisions a society that is free of family and community violence.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Dr. Thomas Howard, Executive Director of Boys & Girls Harbor, a Harlem based non-profit founded in 1937 as a camp by Tony Duke which has grown to become a leader in performing arts education.
Different races, genders, ages, and sizes were represented on the runways, along with a new crop of diverse designers including Ashley Graham.
Since 1921 women from all walks of life have participated in the Miss America Competition, and on Sunday night the tradition continued from Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall, where 52 women competed for the coveted crown and Savvy Shields prevailed.