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Cocktails at Tiffany’s
February 25, 2017 | 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm |
Darling, you’re invited to step back in time to 1961 and channel your inner Audrey Hepburn for a Breakfast at Tiffany’s-inspired soiree hosted by Kelly Golightly, Fred Baby and friends at Villa Golightly, the site of Modernism Week’s #1 Must-See event, The Christopher Kennedy Compound: Modernism Week Show House. Ladies, slip into your tiaras and LBDs (or togas!). Gentlemen, prep your suits and bowties. Sip martinis among the gliteratti as New York comes to Palm Springs for an enchanted evening under the stars and moon (Moon River that is!) that you will not want to miss.
Named by The Hollywood Reporter as the “#1 Must-See Event of Modernism Week!” Traditional Home and California Home + Design magazines present The Christopher Kennedy Compound: Modernism Week Show House. For the fourth year, Christopher brings together nearly 20 of the nation’s most prominent tastemakers to create unique rooms in this decorator showcase house.
In an exciting twist, Christopher is partnering with social media star Kelly Golightly to renovate her 6,500 square foot home in the spectacular Andreas Hills area of Palm Springs. Kelly runs a lifestyle guide for modern-day Audrey Hepburns and will serve as muse and client. Many influential bloggers and designers will also be creating rooms at the Show House, dubbed Villa Golightly. Stay tuned at TheChristopherKennedyCompound.com to learn about the celebrity tastemakers! And prepare for a deeply and importantly magical night as the famed party scene from Breakfast at Tiffany’s comes to life at Villa Golightly. You won’t want to miss this!
The Christopher Kennedy Compound was specifically created to raise funds for Modernism Week and other preservation efforts. This quintessential remodel respects the property’s architectural pedigree while updating it with the best and brightest materials in modern design. The project is brought to life by Chairish, Thermador, Ferguson, DuPont, Eggersmann USA cabinetry and more than three dozen other local and national design resources.