Approximately two hundred of Palm Beach’s most stylish women gathered to hear celebrated interior designers Victoria Hagan (AD100, Elle Decor A-List, Interior Design Hall of Fame) and Aerin Lauder (Founder & Creative Director, AERIN and Style & Image Director, Estée Lauder) at The Boys’ Club of New York’s Palm Beach luncheon at The Colony Hotel. The event raised $345,000 in funds for BCNY’s innovative programming for New York City boys and young men.

This year’s luncheon featured a conversation titled Live Now: Palm Beach Style and book signing for Victoria Hagan’s newly released book Live Now and Aerin Lauder’s book Entertaining Beautifully.

Guests included: Gigi Mortimer, Carol Mack, Audrey Gruss, Lisa Tananbaum, Danielle Ganek, Caryn Zucker, Susan Malloy, Jennifer Creel, Karen Klopp and Gabrielle Bacon.

The night before, event co-chair, Mary Kathryn Navab hosted a cocktail party for luncheon attendees at her historic Palm Beach home. Other event co-chairs included Ellen Niven Deery, Muffy Miller, Alexandra Mondre, and Alexia Hamm Ryan.

Muffie Miller and Mary Kathryn Navab

Founded in 1876, the Boys’ Club of New York empowers boys and young men through diverse programs and mentorships in a supportive space. BCNY’s diverse programs include music, STEAM, social and recreational activities, academic support and athletics. Their afterschool and Saturday programs impact thousands of boys in East Harlem, Flushing and beyond. Their open-door policy also ensures any boy—enrolled in grades 2-12—can join.