It was a dark and stormy Thursday evening. Scampering in my black patent stilettos, I dashed from my cab and took shelter in the Museum of Natural History. And what happened afterhours in this dimly lit establishment was, in a word, magical. Unfortunately, no miniature cowboy figurines or T-Rex skeletons sprung to life, but the socialites did.
One of young New York society’s favorite annual fetes, the American Museum of Natural History Dance attracted all of Manhattan’s well-to-do (or maybe, not so well to do) residents for an evening of dining, dancing, and of course, drinking. Sponsored by Dior Beauty and Judith Ripka, the event’s Green theme was a popular one. And the socialites rallied to support the cause.