D & G holiday party



Monday night I got to attend my best friend, Linda Henry’s holiday party. Dolce and Gabbana spared no expense in hosting this shindig to unveil their new flagship store on Newbury Street. Located in the former space of the needlepoint store, it looked NOTHING like it’s former self.


I was greeted by these three gents who were in their tails and white gloves, serving pomegranate grey goose cocktails, a non alcoholic raspberry and soda and a sparkly prosecco with a gold sugar rim. see below:


The gorgeous hostess Linda, looked ravishing in this red D&G gown with black sash. The back had a playful 2″ criss cross strap which was flirty and sexy.


The paps were on hand to capture every moment…IMG_1675

but this was one of my favorites, minus the photo bomber in the background.

Notable guests like Greg Selkoe CEO of Karmaloop was in the house with my hub Ben Mezrich.


The gorgeous Frederica (second from left), president of Dolce and Gabbana, came to Beantown for the fete.photo

even the food had a luxurious Dolce and Gabbana theme to it. These were “pizzas” which were beans stuffed with tomatoes.

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Fabulous guests like Dr. Evil aka Suhail Kwatra and his muse Amber D’amelio were also taking part in the celebration. 

as well as the stylish Lisa Pierpont, editor in chief of Boston Common Magazine.

 you could even shop for your casual wedding gown here.

or a furry coat for a wintery night strolling on Newbury Street.

I think these sneakers had Selkoe approval.

This isn’t my bag, might have been one of Corinne Grousbeck’s

I had my eye on these cute feminine bags.

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Stacey Lucchino made out well with these cool shades.

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and some of us couldn’t wait to munch on our cute goodie bags! IMG_1726

The after party was hosted by Ed Kane at Red Lantern, where we noshed on delicious chinese food all night long!

and a FYI for my gf’s who were asking about my “foot panties” here is the box, I got them from the Daniela Corte boutique on Newbury St.


IMG_1729happy holidays!




by Tonya Mezrich