Andi Dorfman,The Bachelorette, Stars of Bravo TV’s Secrets and Wives, Liza Sandler, Sue Doneson and Andi Black, plus Project Runway’s Anthony Ryan Auld and Joshua McKinley and from the Real Housewives of New York, Countess LuAnn de Lesseps all came to see what’s new, what’s next, what’s trending tomorrow at NEXTPERT styleXtech sponsored by Brother and LG.
Kicking off on Thursday, September 10, 2015 Opening Day of Fashion Week in New York, celebrity guests mingled with the disruptors, the innovators in the style/tech space over glasses of AltaNeve Prosecco and Josh Cellars wine and nibbled on a veritable banquet of hors d’oeuvres from Cordon Bleu-trained Chef Felix Castro paired with artfully-crafted Maribelle Chocolates and Cocktail Caviar, spirit-filled burst-able pearls, a scrumptious dessert. Jean Shafiroff, Katlean de Monchy, Randi Schatz and Cassandra Seidenfeld hosted a Fashion Week opening day cocktail reception and birthday party to celebrate the first birthday of Zelda Rose McMullan, granddaughter of famed photographer Patrick McMullan. Several of New York’s most fashionable women took time out of their busy schedules during Fashion Week to meet the adorable one-year-old, who seemed to enjoy the party as much as her proud parents, Liam McMullan and Virginia Chambers, along with their friends and family. Celebrity photographer Patrick McMullan was thrilled to share this special celebration for his first grandchild to the nearly 100 guests in attendance.
Produced by Katlean de Monchy the event showcased innovation in technology, fashion and beauty including the revolutionary new LG Styler clothing care system, which Hollywood Casting agent Adrienne Stern particularly appreciated, “it’s a perfect fit for my bi-coastal lifestyle, when I land in NY and need my clothes refreshed, I love the way just the touch of a button my creased, travel-worn ensemble comes out looking like new!” Andi Dorfman and Project Runway’s Anthony Ryan Auld, known for their passion for sewing and ability to turn out some fabulous fashion-forward looks, were awed by the industry-first disruptive technology in Brother’s The Dream Machine™.