Guests included Uma Thurman and her teenaged daughter Maya, Pat Cleveland, Debbie Harry, Bee Shaffer, __Margherita Missoni, Ellen von Unwerth, Michelle Harper,__and *Vanity Fair’*s Amy Fine Collins, who was wearing a dress fresh from the pre-fall runway. I don’t even know if you had graduated high school then,” Demsey continued.
Some of Posen’s muses recalled how they first met the designer. “And I was so excited, because I was a big fan, and actually, a couple of months before that I tried to come to one of his shows—this was a long time ago—and they told me they couldn’t accommodate me,” she added, laughing. “We have supported Zac in every single incarnation, and all the shows, and all the hip-hop bravado, and all that jazz,” he added, to laughs. )After dinner, the tables were moved to make room for dancing, which went on until late.
To celebrate, the Food Network star relaxed with her boyfriend, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, during Memorial Day weekend. " PHOTOS: Celebrity chefs Lee announced earlier this month that she had breast cancer.
PHOTOS: Celebrity health scares "Home after a long week in the hospital, so happy to be in my own backyard," the celebrity chef, 48, captioned a Facebook photo of the couple (and their bird! She successfully underwent a double mastectomy on May 19, and has been sharing her progress — and some A-list supporters — via Facebook.
Born in Queens, New York City, Cuomo is a graduate of Fordham University and Albany Law School of Union University, New York in New York. In May 2010, Cuomo announced he was running for Governor in the 2010 election, and he won with 63% of the vote.
He founded Housing Enterprise for the Less Privileged (HELP) in 1986 and left his law firm to run HELP full-time in 1988.
From 1990 to 1993, during the administration of Mayor of New York City David Dinkins, Cuomo was chair of the New York City Homeless Commission, which was charged with developing policies to address the homeless issue in the city and to develop more housing options.
“Let’s pass a women’s equality act to treat women fairly, for my family and for yours,” he says.
On Saturday, Cuomo campaigned aboard the Women’s Equality Express, a bus that made stops at a women’s equality rally in Hauppauge, L.