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Resident Magazine Celebrates Renée Willett Cover

Resident Magazine Celebrates Renée Willett Cover

On Friday, March 1st, Resident Magazine hosted Renée Willett’s February 2019 Entertainment Issue cover at Yara in New York City.

Willett also celebrated receiving the Rising Star Award at the New York City International Film Festival earlier that evening.

Guests enjoyed beverages from sponsors Château Auguste Bordeaux, Le Petit Francais Wines and Vivanco Family Wines.

Notables included Az Cohen, Walid Marfouk, Ken Johnson (aka DJ Kaos), Leesa Wagner, Roni Willett, Arushi Kapoor, Jason Kingdon, Ben Draper, Foad Farid, Rodrigo Guara, Hillary Latos, Christopher Pape, Kenza Salahdine, Joel Shapiro, Jade Kasoff, Janel Tanna, Valentina Van de Weghe,  and Keien Williams.​

(Photo Credit: Sylvain Gaboury/Patrick McMullan)

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