Dining In Manhattan: Tommy Hilfiger Sponsors High Line Art Dinner
Tommy and Dee Hilfiger with Jeff Koons
American fashion brand Tommy Hilfiger will open its last, northernmost section tomorrow Sunday (September 21). A few days prior, the High Line hosted its second annual High Line Art Dinner in Manhattan. The event took place under the cover of the Chelsea Market Passage.
The Tommy Hilfiger Home sponsored event featured sunset cocktails on Diller-von Furstenberg Sundeck, a special tequila tasting and a dinner with beautifully appointed long tables.
About 200 guests were in attendance including Jeff Koons, Tommy and Dee Hilfiger,Terry and Tina Lundgren, Ed Ruscha, Martyn Lawerence Bullard, Carrie Preston and Emily Bergl.
“I’ve watched the progression. It’s very exciting about bringing the High Line to 34th Street,” said Macy’s Inc. chairman and chief executive officer Terry J. Lundgren.
According to Women’s Wear Daily, “Starting at Gansevoort Street (three blocks below 14th Street), the High Line is being extended from 10th Avenue and 30th Street to 12th Avenue and 34th Street. “It’s the first time the High Line is going west,” said Jenny Gersten, executive director of Friends of the High Line.”
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