Ladies Night Out Benefits Geffen Playhouse, Determined To Succeed
Posted Apr. 27, 2014, 8:51 am
Santa Monica resident Adi Greenberg hosted a Ladies Night Out cocktail reception on Tuesday benefiting Geffen Playhouse and Determined to Succeed at her home in Santa Monica.
The invitation read “Wear your favorite little black dress and get ready for a night of fun!”
So began “Ladies Night Out,” an evening of gorgeous gems hosted by Bulgari and benefitting the Geffen Playhouse and Determined to Succeed, an educational program helping low-income, at risk students get into college.
Actress and Geffen Playhouse board member Adi Greenberg’s dazzling Santa Monica home was the setting for a mix of 60 fabulous women, luscious food and drink and plenty of time to try on more than a few of Bulgari’s newest baubles, including the Diva, Mediterranean Eden and B.Zero1 summer collections.
Bulgari Beverly Hills manager Adrienne Lee and Nathalie Diamantis, the company’s VP of Retail and Wholesale (in from New York for the event) also showed off their newest collection of handbags with colors that everyone agreed popped for spring.
Among those sipping the Ruinart champagne and Double Cross Vodka cocktails and savoring hors d’oeuvres and stone-oven cooked pizzas, grilled salmon and chicken from Alligator Pear Catering were actresses Teri Hatcher and Nicole Sullivan; Pamela Robinson Hollander, Geffen Playhouse Board Co-Chair; designer Monique Lhullier; Abby Adams, Executive Director, Determined to Succeed; Judy Stern; Regina Miller, Geffen Playhouse Development Officer; Mary Ann Gold; Judy Stern, Tatsinda Cohen, Charlene Fitzgibbon, April Royster, Christine Markats-Lowe, Yvonne Lee and Jill Grey.