There isn’t a New Yorker who doesn’t smile when they think of the city’s crown jewel, Central Park, and their memories associated with it. And that pride and joy was majorly evident last nightat the annual Central Park Conservancy Gala, held right in the heart of things at Rumsey Playfield. With a 1960s-inspired MOD theme on the agenda, the glamorous event also raised $1.4 million on the night.
The event, presented by Harry Winston—which kicks off a year-long partnership between the jeweler and the park—drew over 400 well-heeled guests who dusted down their Swinging Sixties finest for cocktails and dinner. Joining later in the evening, over 200 Young Associates
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