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Did you see that article in the Sunday Styles about the ultra-fabulous young Turks of New York’s art scene, including Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld (a.k.a. Carine’s son)? You know, the one about the gallery opening where "Theodora Richards, the daughter of Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones, shimmied around the room in a second skin of stretchy black lace, while the billionaire Stephen A. Schwarzman grazed past Alexa Chung and Karolina Kurkova.” Well, for art-patrons-about-town, the Whitney’s annual gala at Pier 57 will be the place to be and be seen tonight. The A-list event will bring out a guest list as impressive as writer Calvin Tomkins’ CV, including Harvey Weinstein, Michelle Monaghan, and Naomi Watts (Tomkins five-decade career is being celebrated at the gala). Now about those up-and-coming gallerists? Well, those crazy kids will turn out for what the New York Times’ terms a "dance party for younger patrons, including Kurkova, Amanda Hearst, and Kalup Linzy,” appropriately called the Studio Party.
Photo Credit: Whitney.org