The next generation of young professionals and philanthropists dressed to the nines and gathered at the Regency Ballroom for the 2014 Glide Legacy Gala.
Festival del Sole, Napa Valley's annual celebration of arts and culture, left wine country abuzz with celebrities, special events, and delicious cuisine. With a week-long calendar packed with everything from al fresco concerts to patron dinners to an elegant gala, the 10-day-long offered something for all wine country tastes.
At glamorous SF legend Juanita MORE!'s 2014 Pride Party last Sunday, guests flaunted their style as they enjoyed pulsing entertainment by a variety of artists. We're talking the whole shebang: music, pen-and-paper, and performance, from the ranks of Jake Shears of Scissor Sisters, Jason Kendig, Lady Bunny, and more. The day-long party benefited the AIDS Housing Alliance, raising a staggering $75,000 to provide resources for the first-ever permanent rental subsidy program for the burgeoning queer homeless population.
SFMOMA and the Asian Art Museum joined forces to present "Gorgeous," a diverse artistic collection that explores the gamut of what society considers to be beautiful, from conventionally attractive starlets to images that, at the same time, are both disturbing and appealing.
Last week, La Mar played host to a vibrant evening, kicking off the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Fútbol fans and newbies alike noshed on South American fare, including a variety of chef-selected empanadas, platos frîos, and fried chicken thights with anticuchera sauce. As the sun set over the Bay, partygoers enjoyed a spectacular view from the restaurant's deck overlooking the water.