Thursday, October 1, 2009

Tribal Art Meets Altruism

For socials grown weary of Septembers somewhat monotonous stream of 6 to 8 cocktail parties, Wednesdays Brasilian Beats, Beads and Aperitifs party ended the month with a huge buzz.  A cosmopolitan clan descended upon the Hudson Street headquarters of Tribal Societe, Manhattans newest shopping stop for those who are equal parts fashion- and social-conscious. I love that these are for a good cause, pronounced resident retail expert Hayley Bloomingdale as she perused the vibrant display of beaded necklaces, remarking on the fact that Tribal Societe donates a portion of its proceeds to the Global Fund for Women.  Other guests such as Dabney Mercer, Harry LeFrak, and Julia Collier picked out a custom cocktail from the Cabana Cachaca-sponsored bar before surveying the art that was also for sale.  KiptonART presented works created by South American artist David Foote, and Fernando Ferreira de Araujo along with multi-talented South American inspired pieces by Paul Seftel.

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