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New York Parties: Private Views Hardcover – October 5, 2010
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"Must-Read Books: Social fixture Jamee Gregory depicts fabulous at-home affiairs in New York Parties: Private Views." ~Harper's Bazaar
"[Jamee] Gregory, with photographer Eric Striffler, put together New York Parties: Private Views (Rizzoli), a high-octane compendium of 15 brunches, lunches, and dinners given by top-tier hosts. But just because the pages are filled with all the right people living it up in all the right places - fashion designers Tory Burch and Michael Kors, cosmetics executive/philanthropist Evelyn Lauder, decorator Jamie Drake, and architect Campion Platt, among others - don't think the book is all unattainable glamour." ~Elle Decor
"New York Parties: Private Views offer an insider's view of what makes a gathering unforgettable. It also shows how to cope with the unexpected." ~Huffington Post
"With her latest book, Gregory, a philanthropist, seasoned entertainer, and contributing editor at Elle Decor, delivers a deeper look into the spectacular homes she visited in her first book New York Apartments: Private Views by capturing them while at their most spectacular - when filled with elegant flower arrangements, soft lighting, the aromas of good food, and the conversation of friends." ~W
About the Author
Jamee Gregory is also the author of New York Apartments and a contributing editor to Elle Decor. Gregory serves on the boards of the Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering, the Boys’ Club of New York, Venetian Heritage, and the Central Park Conservancy.
Eric Striffler is a frequent contributor to several leading design and travel magazines.
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Side note: I was pleased to read that in the fox hunt party, they DO NOT kill the fox. I like foie gras and eat almost anything that moves, but chasing a fox with a pack of dogs and men on horseback for hours while the poor thing runs for its life only to shot by a guy who thinks that was a fair sport is hardly what I call fun. But I do love the aesthetic of that world (clothes, drinkware, etc), so I am glad they found a way to do while letting the fox go free.