CENTURY SPECIALS: Christie’s and Miriam Haskell cohosted a luncheon on Thursday to showcase the auction house’s 20th-century photograph sale alongside an edited collection of Miriam Haskell costume jewelry. The event was cohosted by Haskell Jewelry owner Gabrielle Fialkoff and Lydia Fenet, Nathalie Kaplan and Sarah Shepard of Christie’s in New York.
“When I was told of the photography sale, I thought about our incredible archive of fashion photography and the kinship between 20th-century photography and the DNA of our brand,” Fialkoff said. “It’s also a great opportunity to reintroduce the glamour of Miriam Haskell and celebrate its renaissance.”
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