The Women’s Committee Board of Directors of the Central Park Conservancy hosted its Annual Fall Luncheon at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. The sold-out event began with a welcome reception followed by a luncheon with picturesque views of Central Park serving as a backdrop. After lunch, the guests were treated to a lively conversation between celebrated interior designers Bunny Williams and Miles Redd that was moderated by Architectural Digest’s Editor-in-Chief, Amy Astley. The event raised $400,000which will go towards the Conservancy’s mission to restore, manage and enhance Central Park.
Alexia Leuschen, President of the Women’s Committee, was joined by Conservancy President and CEO, Elizabeth W. Smith, and Co-Chairs Heather McAuliffe, Marcia Mishaan, Yesim Philip, and Amanda Taylor. Additional notable attendees included Debra Black, Shelley Carr, Cristina Cuomo, Norma Dana, Kate Davis, Amandine Freidheim, Ainsley Earhardt, Tracey Huff, Sharon Jacob, Gillian Miniter, Margo M. Nederlander, Patricia Smyth-McEnroe, andGigi Stone Woods.