There were Hollywood stars, athletes and even a wartime president (Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine, in a recorded video). Time held its 100 Most Influential People in the World gala on Wednesday at Jazz at Lincoln Center, with a dinner and a performance by Mary J. Blige.
Free Arts, which brings art to underprivileged children in New York City, raised $1.2 million at its dinner and auction on Wednesday in Chelsea. Futura, who was honored, drew a fashionable downtown crowd that included Marc Jacobs and James Jebbia, the founder of Supreme.
And the Museum of Modern Art held a garden party on Tuesday. A formal dinner, which honored George Lucas and Mellody Hobson, Wolfgang Tillmans and Linda Goode Bryant, was followed by a younger and more diverse party in the sculpture garden.
“I’m wearing Seks. They are a cool, New York downtown queer brand that I’m absolutely obsessed with, that I found on Instagram one night.” — Julia Fox at Free Arts
“I got my nails done by a girl named Ella at Cindy’s Nails which is out in Rye. They are chrome polished.” — Marc Jacobs at Free Arts
“Futura is an incredible artist and a great friend. He’s been so important to culture, like Warhol really.” — James Jebbia at Free Arts
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