Frankie Grande was style personified, literally from head-to-toe! From the heavy 1970s biker boots, paneled black jeans, black leather ‘n belted jacket over the starched white shirt and narrow high-school tie all the way up to that blond doo-wop swoop of a hair-do, he scampered to the party like Broadway’s own Puck! Frankie gets a big “F” for the night!.. for FABULOUS!
Kathleen Marshall twinkled as she arrived at the party in her black silk cocktail dress completely embellished and beaded from plunging neckline to hem. The perky black booties kept it all fresh and fun. That million-dollar smile said it all!
Betsy Wolfe was slinky as-all-get-out in a sparkling olive full-length sheath with a provocative slit in the front that showed off those million-dollar gams! ...except that Betsy kept a come-hither thing going with the thigh-high boots! Naughty, but nice!
Betsy Stuxness took honors in her deep slate “goddess gown.” Alternately draped and fitted from her neck to the floor, like a toga, it was pure sculpture, until she passed you and you saw that plunging neckline on the back! WOW! …and Betsy, I loved the mile-long chain-link earrings!
Tommy Tune is always a class act at every event on either coast! This is a man who knows his style and sticks with it. In midnight blue, and with the patent leathers echoed in those Clark Kent specs, he exudes casual chic. And his gorgeous grey hair and that six-feet and a-gazillion-inches frame don’t hurt either!
Gerianne Perez gave us some Va-Va-Va-Voom in her strawberry pink lace overlay. Fitted perfectly and with a wonderful lace-over-illusion at the bust, it had almost a Mandarin feeling to it. Very sexy, and still sophisticated!
Telly Leung and Justin Guarini are that new generation of young men in the biz who are taking their fashion seriously. This crowd works out, stays trim, and shows it all off in tailored-to-a-T suits in every style; 50s-fitted, double-breasted 60s, shorter Spencers, longer Edwardians, traditional blazers, new-age tuxes, whatever! Telly kept it dark and sexy in an amethyst shirt and black satin tie, and Justin featured a cobalt tux and a bow tie. Very handsome, gentlemen! Thank you!
Erin Mackey! When you have porcelain white skin, what could be lovelier than a sapphire lace gown with a sweetheart neckline and spaghetti straps? This dress hit the trends head on, especially the “negligee-for-evening-wear” trend. Dreamy!
Mariand Torres also kept the lace-and-overlay trend going strong! This time in dark navy and with a fish-tail train that flared behind her on the runway. When a girl has voluptuous curves like this, flaunt it! Mariand did beautifully!
Margo Seibert should get the medal for “Fashion-Fortitude,” but where to pin it! This gown was so exciting on so many levels! In simple matte jersey, the cut was everything! And what confidence! Plunging down-to-there (and there, and there!), Margo took folks’ breath away as they wondered how the heck that dress was staying in place. She was absolutely the style star last night! A+ I’d like to say congratulations to the company and wish everyone a joyous holiday season!... #andScene!