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Summer with Sensible Socialite

Summer with Sensible Socialite

It has been a busy summer and the days are just getting hotter. All over town hot happenings have been taking place.

Coming up on June 30, Rachel Zoe will host the annual Polo Hamptons match in Bridgehampton. The Social Life Magazine cover star will be on site at the Porsche sponsored event. Rachel Zoe is a celebrated fashion designer, TV personality and entrepreneur. As a stylist she has worked with clients including Anne Hathaway, Keira Knightly, Jennifer Garner, Kate Beckinsale, Liv Tyler, Nicole Ritchie among others. Rachel is the owner of Rachel Zoe Collection, the founder of The Zoe Report and the creator of the subscription box, Box of Style.

In Midtown, The MOMS Kidz Bop Mamarazzi event with Old El Paso and Chrysler was a huge hit. The afternoon energy level was through the roof as parents and kids went wild for a special performance by Kidz Bop. The Old El Paso taco bar proved to be delicious, as well as a replenish after some great dance moves.

Downtown, Resident Magazine celebrated latest cover star Kelly Rutherford at a grand soiree at Zirkova House. Editor-In-Chief Hillary Latos and Publisher Christopher Paper hosted the wonderful night at the home of the multi award-winning vodka brand. Guests enjoyed the sites as well as delicious servings by La Pulperia.


In other publication news, Wine Enthusiast’s highly anticipated list of America’s 100 Best Wine Restaurants 2018 was announced. The Restaurant feature appears in the August issue, hitting newsstands the week of June 25th. Once again, the magazine’s editors wined and dined their way across the country to create this year’s definitive list of where to eat and drink across the U.S.A.

Just as delightful for drinks the color purple is taking over America. Loopy Doopy at Conrad New York is serving up The Right Empression, a delicious purple mix of Empress gin, White Cranberry Mint and prosecco and out in Vegas, the Alice in Wonderland Inspired, We’re All Mad Here at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas; a Gin infused cocktail with Butterfly Pea flower, which gives it a vibrant purple color is a must have.

And who can forget it is Prosecco Week. Move over rosé! Everyone’s favorite Italian cocktail is back and bolder than ever. The spritz – Northern Italy’s highly lauded wine-based cocktail promises to keep you trending while you beat the heat this season. And this year Mionetto has got you covered with eight new thirst quenching spritz recipes. Whether you’re on the lookout for a first class apéritif, refreshing brunch spritzer, or your all-day go-to summer cocktail, Mionetto offers a flavor profile to match every imbibing occasion in your life.

It’s easy as 1 (Pour 3 ounces of Mionetto into a glass of ice, 2 (Stir in two ounces of your preferred liquor or mixer), 3 (Top off with one ounce of liquor or mixer and finish with a garnish). With its low ABV, low calories, and delicious fruit-forward flavors – you can sip away the lazy summer days all season long.

After a few drinks and dancing spend a night with Social Concierge – if you dare. We hear they are hosting a special night at hotspot Woodstock tonight. If you are looking for your match in the real world this could be the one.

And, lastly Matt Bindner and Jack Spencer of Bindner Spencer Partners (BSP) and Ruth Lande Shuman of Publicolor  are hosting a wine hour and short conversation on designing schools on Monday. Publicolor teaches strong and transferable work habits as well as keeping students in school, so they’re prepared to be productive members of the workforce. Wine is being donated by Codorníu Raventos.

Here is to a happy summer.


ElizaBeth Taylor is a journalist for Times Square Chronicles and is a frequent guest at film, fashion and art events throughout New York City and Los Angeles due to her stature as The Sensible Socialite.Passionate about people ElizaBeth spent many years working as a travel reporter and television producer after graduating with high honors from University of Southern California. The work has afforded her the opportunity to explore Europe, Russia, South America, Asia, Australia and the Middle East. It has greatly influenced the way in which ElizaBeth sees a story and has created a heightened awareness for the way people around the world live today.

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