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Aerin’s attendants were also in Oscar de la Renta, wearing pale blue sleeveless gowns. The service took place facing the pond, and then guests moved into an adjacent tent for a beautiful formal dinner.
The evening, which was planned by Robert Isabel, was refreshingly old fashioned.
Lauder donated 78 works by great artists such as Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Juan Gris and Fernand Leger to one of New York’s most famous museums.
Moreover, he pledged to continue donating additional acquisitions of Cubist Art.
Because on their wedding day they care about how they look.
First things first: Aerin met Eric Zinterhofer, now a founding partner of Searchlight Capital, at the University of Pennsylvania, and the two dated for two years before they got engaged. We had just gone to one of my favorite restaurants,” remebers Aerin.
“The first person I called afterwards was my grandmother Estee.” Aerin grew up going to her parent’s home in Wainscott on Long Island and always knew it would be the setting for her wedding one day.
Think beautiful backgammon boards, cool swimsuits by Lisa Marie Fernandez, classic tennis looks by L’Etoile, and Mercedes Salazar’s fun gold hoop earrings with embroidered fruit hanging from the bottom.
Aerin’s vibe lends itself so well to that perfect period of time between Memorial Day and Labor Day—when the livin’ is just a little bit easier—that she even did a collaboration of mix and match outdoor/indoor tabletop and entertaining items with William Sonoma earlier this spring, inspired by her family’s place in Palm Beach (and of which we promptly bought practically ever piece! Let’s be honest, if we could outfit ourselves and our home with everything from Aerin’s world, we would!
Most of the gift will go to the New York City museum’s endowment.