Malcolm Gladwell, Young the Giant, Salman Rushdie, Padma Lakshmi and Michelle Wolf among the featured names.
In addition to Clinton, Monday’s event honored Deirdre Quinn, chief executive officer of Lafayette 148, and Sheila C. Johnson, founder and ceo of Salamander Hotels & Resorts.
Bloomberg began its inaugural discussion on equality with some high-profile guests.
Jennifer Palmieri, communications director for Hillary Clinton’s campaign, seeks a better world for women in leadership in her new book “Dear Madam President: An Open Letter to the Women Who Will Run the World.”
The annual fund-raising dinner will be held April 19 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York.
A blowhard in the White House means more to react to.
At at time when many diehard Democrats and Republicans were not seeing eye-to-eye, Clinton chose purple which is a combination of blue and red.
The 17-year-old actress-activist engages teens to help change the political landscape, and plans for a future “policy adjacent” career.
Clinton was interviewed by the “Black-ish” actress on the opening day of Teen Vogue’s Los Angeles inaugural summit.
“Feel free to roam” was the popular saying of the night — in addition to “congratulations,” of course.
Vera Wang, Calvin Klein, Kenneth Cole and Diane von Furstenberg were among the industry elites at the glittering affair.
The event takes place June 7 in New York.