The film follows the real-life mission to capture Adolf Eichmann, one of the chief architects behind the Holocaust.
Alex and Eliza Bolen were accompanied by designers Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim at the annual event, which has raised $18 million to date.
Founder of Paddle and Party for Pink Maria Baum discovered paddle boarding was therapeutic after being diagnosed with breast cancer and undergoing chemotherapy.
Stella McCartney, Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann, Tory Burch, Neil Patrick Harris and many more showed up for the festivities.
Photographers snapped cats dressed in Twenties fashion, every iPhone in the house was out and taking videos, and the cats — well, they just sort of sat there.
After a week fraught with rumors concerning the future of Vogue and multiple Condé Nast titles, AD’s editor in chief Amy Astley hosted a party to shake that gossip off.
The film touches on the severe consequences of minors going through gay conversion therapy.
As expected, the annual fund-raiser for Robert Wilson’s avante-garde center was as kooky as ever.
Sponsor St. Regis created a fantasy of a British summer afternoon, complete with Prince Harry knocking around a polo ball — and winning.
Glenn Close and daughter Annie Starke stepped out for the premiere of their latest film.
The Pink collection, while declining overall for the business, seemed to drive the biggest interest from customers here.
“It means visibility, representation, the way we want our community to be shown: beautiful, flawed, like any other human beings,” Gurung said of the film, the first Hollywood movie with an all Asian cast in 25 years.
The latest iteration of Theory’s Be Heard initiative was held at the company’s Meatpacking District store.
The costars and cowriters of “Blindspotting” have shined a light on the California city in the new movie, which was screened at a special event in New York on Monday night.