Winter Antique Show's Young Collectors Night Benefiting East Side House Settlement

I had the most enjoyable time at the Winter Antique Show's Young Collector's Nightat the Park Amory, which benefited the East Side House Settlement. I saw the most loveliest pieces of furniture and artwork, and as usual in New York, everyone was dressed to impress! I ran into Nate Berkus who I had met years ago before he got his own talk show, I'm so proud of him! I saw some girl friends of mine, such as Dawne Marie, Shannon and Lisa. The thing I didn't like about the party is that it had to end :(

Elizabeth Meigher, who co-chaired the event, tells Ashley and New York:

"I always enjoy the annual Winter Antiques Show’s Young Collectors Night. It’s a fun evening and a great opportunity for the younger set to mix and mingle and familiarize themselves with all of the fantastic interior designers featured in the show. Most importantly, all of the proceeds benefit East Side House Settlement, a community resource in the South Bronx that enables families, children and students to lead more fulfilling lives."

Alexis Clark, Senior Editor for the magazine,Town & Country (one of my favorite magazines) was in attendance and tells Ashley And New York:

"The Young Collectors Night is a smart party. It's a chance for younger art enthusiasts to gain access to the world of antiques, as well as socialize and have a good time."

Cator Sparks tells us,

"It's always refreshing to see that people our age are interested in more than just contemporary design. There were so many treasures to take in it was an feast for the eyes!"

w/ Nate Berkus of "The Nate Berkus Show"

w/ Elizabeth Meigher, co-hair of the event

(L-R) Ashley NYC, Pat Harris of East Side House Settlement, Dawne Marie Grannum

(Far right) Alexis Clark (Senior Editor of Town & Country Magazine)

(L-R) Aisha Christian Royall, Ashley NYC, Dawne Marie Grannum, Shannon Hales

w/ East Side House Settlement staff and supporters

(Center) Cator Sparks

Lisa Yom (second from left), Clay Floren (far right)

I've always had a thing for happy rainbows :)

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