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Chris Taylor, Deb Shriver, Tulsi Gabbard, Cathie Black, and Sarah Kennedy at "The Cosmo 100."
Cosmo’s Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles hosted "The Cosmo 100," New York’s 100 most influential woman, for lunch at Michael’s last Monday. Guests dined on the “Cosmo Cobb,” which will be remain on the menu for the remainder of the month with proceeds going to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. 

Guests included: Sarah Jessica Parker, Jennifer Westfeldt, Ali Wentworth, Jessica Seinfeld, Lauren Bush Lauren, Gayle King, Sally Hershberger, Petra Nemcova, Diane von Furstenburg, Laura Mercier, Rebecca Minkoff, Carmen Dell’Orefice, Carol Alt, Sallie Krawcheck, Val Demings, Meryl Poster, Wendy Finerman, Gillian Flynn, Jane Greene, Brooke Garber Neidich, Thelma Golden, Celerie Kemble, Katie Lee, Nicole Miller, Elizabeth Peyton, and Deborah Roberts. Also at the event, in their first public outing since last week’s election, were New Hampshire Gov.-elect Maggie Hassan and Reps.-elect Tulsi Gabbard (HI), Elizabeth Esty (CT) and Grace Meng (NY).
Sarah Jessica Parker and Brooke Garber Neidich
Ali Wentworth and Nicole Miller
Carmen Dell'Orefice
Jonelle Procope and Diane von Furstenberg
Jennifer Westfeldt and Holly Whidden
Diane von Furstenberg, Meryl Poster, Joanna Coles, and Sarah Jessica Parker
Donna Kalajian Lagani and Jami Floyd
Lauren Bush Lauren
Maggie Hassan and Sallie Krawcheck
Laura Mercier and Joanna Coles
Sheila Lyall Grant and Barbara Taylor Bradford
Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, Michelle McCool, and Jennifer Hyman
Alexandra Wilkis Wilson
Jennifer Westfeldt and Wendy Finerman
Leila Straus and Joanna Coles
Karen Deutsch, Elizabeth Peyton, Leah Wyar, and Sue Katzen
Susan Lyon and Alexandra Lebenthal
Kim and Michael McCarty
Joyce Chang, Sara Austin, Michelle Ribeiro, and Jessica Knoll
Dr. Ellen Marmur and Carol Alt
Diane Clehane
Stephanie Schriock and Lizzie Cooper
Steve Millington, Deb Shriver, and Michael McCarty
Deb Shriver, Ali Wentworth, and Joanna Coles
Ellen Levine and Deborah Roberts
Ellen Marmur and Vanessa Friedman
Emily Smith
Diane von Furstenberg and Ali Wentworth
Sarah Kennedy, Joanna Coles, Sheila Lyall Grant, Barbara Taylor Bradford, and Leyla Straus
Grace Meng and Thelma Golden
Deborah Roberts and Jessica Seinfeld
Paul von Ravenstein
Ashley Baker and Rose McGowan
Naomi Wolf, Val Demings, and Joanna Coles
Petra Nemcova and Katie Lee
Amerie Wiggin, Kerry Fazio, Callie Reese, and Lauren Panariello
Carol Alt
Peggy Siegal and Jennifer Westfeldt
Ali Wentworth and Jessica Seinfeld
Pat Cleveland
Leah Wyar and Kate Shone
A week ago, last Thursday, PBS-13 celebrated its 50th Anniversary with a star-studded gala at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center.  They were celebrating five decades of remarkable programming, innovation in public media and invaluable contributions to the New York community.

The evening also honored individuals who have played a vital role in the institution’s success. Following a special cocktail reception for the honorees, guests attended the taping of an upcoming Great Performances special, with appearances and performances by Julie Andrews, Michael Bublé, Elina Garanca, Josh Groban, Audra McDonald, Peter Martins and members of the New York City Ballet, and Itzhak Perlman.
Nancy Rosenwasser, Marc Rosenwasser, John Servidio, and Claudia Servidio
William Heyer, Meredith Milstein, Toby Milstein, and Larry Milstein
The award-winning series, the longest-running performing arts program on television, will be celebrating its 40th anniversary during 2013, and the special will air in the spring in celebration of that anniversary.

Guests of honor included Rosalind P. Walter, recognized for exceptional commitment and partnership in creating the best of public television, and William M. Ellinghaus, Henry R. Kravis and Steven Rattner, all distinguished former Chairmen of THIRTEEN, who were honored for their transformative leadership spanning over three decades of THIRTEEN’s history.
Jim and Ellen Marcus
Steve Adubato and Rafael Pi Roman
Kenneth and Kathryn Chenault
Martin Torgoff and Laura Last
Bonnie Burns, Rosalind Walter, and Ric Burns
Larry and Cheryl Milstein
Paula Zahn and Hayley Cohen
Bill and Judith Moyers
Merryl and James Tisch
Stanley and Sydney Shuman
Halsted Welles and Susan Lacy
Kimberly and Paul Tanico
Rosalind Walter, Cheryl Milstein, and Judith Resnick
Juju Chang, John Arnhold, and Cheryl Milstein
William and Ruth Ellinghaus
Rosalind Walter and Jac Venza
Helen Modie and Cecilia Herbert
Steven Rattner and Maureen White
Leonard Tow and Amelia Wierzbicki
Neal Shapiro and William Baker
Lewis Cullman and Louise Hirschfeld
Allison Williams
Paula Zahn and Dick Cavett
Kathleen Hughes
Beth Horn and Jan Gura
Bottega Veneta Creative Director Tomas Maier, Fashion Stylist Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele and Departures Fashion Director Amanda Ross hosted a private cocktail reception at Bottega Veneta’s Fifth Avenue flagship boutique to celebrate the Italian label’s jewelry collection.
Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele
Marina Rust Connor, Tomas Maier, and Anh Duong
Jackie Sackler
Kelly Klein
Ben Shaw and Karin Zambrano
Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele, Tomas Maier, and Amanda Ross
Amanda Ross, Tomas Maier, and Beth DeWoody
Garance Dore
Anh Duong
Amanda Ross
Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele and Tomas Maier
Ann Dexter Jones and Amanda Ross

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