28th Annual Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville

VERANDA was proud to sponsor the 28th Annual Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville, which celebrated "A Sense of Place." VERANDA Editor in Chief Clinton Smith signed copies of his book "Inspired By Color" at the festive Preview Party, along with the Show's top speakers including Keynote Speaker Charles, 9th Earl Spencer, Honorary Chairman Gil Schafer, Timothy Corrigan, Richard Keith Langham, Susanna Salk, Beth Webb, Stacey Bewkes, Lewis Miller and Rita Konig. Visit antiquesandgardenshow.com.

 Robin Puryear; Charles, 9th Earl Spencer; Kim Holbrook

Robin Puryear; Charles, 9th Earl Spencer; Kim Holbrook

 lark Akers; Kate Ezell; Kathy Rolfe; Bobby Rolfe

lark Akers; Kate Ezell; Kathy Rolfe; Bobby Rolfe

 Kim Holbrook; Clinton Smith; Robin Puryear

Kim Holbrook; Clinton Smith; Robin Puryear

 Nicole Lynch; Jeannette Whitson

Nicole Lynch; Jeannette Whitson

Artist Cathy Graham Hosts A Book-Signing Event for VERANDA’s Clinton Smith in New York City

Artist and entertainer Cathy Graham hosted a cocktail party for members of New York City’s design industry to celebrate Veranda Inspired by Color, editor in chief Clinton Smith’s new book. Guests were treated to live piano music, and champagne and signature cocktails. More than 100 guests attended the gathering, including Anthony Baratta, Maria Canale, Alex Papachristidis, Scott Nelson, Carolyne Roehm, Amanda Nisbet, Robert Rufino, Max Sinsteden, Ashley Whittaker, Matthew Patrick Smyth, Jill Cohen, Miles Redd, Laura Hunt, Carolyn Englefield, Susan Gutfreund, Ellie Cullman, Harry Heissmann, Richard Keith Langham, Christopher Mason, Michael McGraw, Charlotte Moss, Courtney Coleman, William Brockschmidt, Josh Greene, Claire Potter and Christopher Spitzmiller.

 

Photos by Ayano Hisa for Editor at Large

VERANDA Hosts The Power of Preservation Forum in New York City

Over November 1 and 2, Veranda put on its Power of Preservation Forum in New York City for leading designers and architects. The two-day event, hosted by Veranda editor in chief Clinton Smith, included a luncheon; private tours of Hearst Tower, the Merchant’s House Museum, the Judd Foundation, the Woolworth Building and The Beekman hotel; and visits to P.E. Guerin, Kravet and Jonas. The event also included panels with Michael Devonshire, Olivia Brock, Max Sinsteden, Ashley Whittaker, Benjamin Moore’s Ellen O’Neill, Carl Minchew, Kravet’s Gary Searle, and Robert Tierney, former chair of New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission.

Designers and architects in attendance included Caleb Anderson, Kevin Bone, Chesie Breen, William Brockschmidt, Bachman Brown, Emily Butler, Nina Campbell, Lee Cavanaugh, Courtney Coleman, Joan Craig, Amanda Essex, Anne Fairfax, Mary Foley, Heide Hendricks, Thomas Jayne, Garrow Kedigian, Kevin Lichten, Zuni Madera, Jayne Michaels, Joan Michaels, Richard Sammons, Marc Thee, Phillip Thomas and Alyssa Urban. 

Images by Ayano Hisa for Editor at Large