Beverly Anderson, designer and owner of luxury EQ Wear, is giving the New York woman "slow fashion" that transcends from the office to the Hamptons social scene. Her zippered leather skirt made of stretch lambskin is perfect to exert confidence in the boardroom and then ride in a helicopter to Gurney's Montauk Resort for a drink inside the Regent Cocktail Club. Also, the tweed Skirt with stretch suede side panels and elastic waistband makes for a slimming fit and fashion forward look.
Make sure to indulge in EQ Wear's made to order artisanal jeans, constructed with dark denim and tanned buckskin from Choctaw Nation in Oklahoma. They also have a stretch waistband and zip back. The Choctaw jean is perfect for brunch in the Hamptons or horseback riding on the trails surrounding the Bedford Post Inn. No matter your choice of getaway from the city, EQ Wear has the fashion to make you feel good and look good when you want to slow down.
Mundo Restaurant recently opened inside the Paper Factory Hotel in Long Island City. Here, a full menu of international flair is offered and events- including flamenco dancers! But some New Yorkers were fortunate enough to taste the Mediterranean inspired menu at a private Pelush trunk show at artist Ron Ferri's home in New York's upper east. The show featured faux fashion by designer Anna Tagliabue of Pelush and was to benefit The Humane Society of New York.
Some of the exclusive guests included Humane Society leader Anita Venturi, Mayor’s Alliance of NY Stephanie Mattera, Jean Pierre Borg, Baron and Baroness Roger de Cabrol, Laura Steinberg, Desiree Aryeh, Natasha Blodgell, Natalie Pinto-Thomas, Celebrity agent Elisa Wagner, Celebrity Literary Agent Karen Gantz, Art photographer Baron Christophe Von Hohenberg, Celebrity Stylist / Editor Angelina Jolin, Christina Rizzo (Former wife of the late great fashion photographer Alberto Rizzo), Corice Arman (Former wife of the late artist Arman), Sarah Johnson Kaplan, Adele Nino, Lauren Murrow, Montgomery Frazier and Saks Fifth Avenue’s Ben Mindich, Anne-Laure Santos from the Lycee Francais, Producer John and Eleni Corso, Huffington Post Fashion Expert Tony Triumph, hosted by Supermodel Actress Debbie Dickinson to name a few and distinguished members of the press including Richard Renda from the International Press Corp.
Even working artist Evan Lagache, son of Debbie Dickinson, was present. Lagache recently made a celebrity appearance on the runway for designer Malan Breton and his art pieces are currently on view until May 27th at Mark Borghi Gallery in New York.
Event sponsors included UJI Whole Grain Smoothies, Francesco Oliva from Vias Imports and Mundo Restaurant, . For more fabulous events and full menu, make sure to visit Mundo Restaurant.
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