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Calling all party animals …the show must go on!
Leigh Ann Ryan
Zoom Happy Hour with Bronson van Wyck & Billy Norwich
At last year’s Antiquarius Opening Night party, Bronson van Wyck wowed guests with his fabulously creative take on the theme “Animal Instincts” and regaled patrons with his wit and knowledge of fêtes of historic proportion, significance and bacchanalia! Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear first-hand the stories behind Bronson’s fabulous parties, featured in his new book, Born to Party, Forced to Work.
$150: Join the Party with Bronson and Billy, receive your very own copy of “Born to Party, Forced to Work” safely hand delivered along with a special “Mom’s Night In” Box, filled with tasty treats and mixers just for you to enjoy during the Zoom Party.
$100: Join the Zoom call and receive “Born to Party Forced to Work” book safely “hand” delivered in time for the event.
$50: Join to the Zoom Party + q & a with Bronson and Billy
Need help with dinner? We’re offering a delicious “homemade” family-friendly dinner: lasagna, green salad, crusty Italian bread and chocolate chip cookies (no nuts!) for dessert! $80 serves 4.
Bronson van Wyck & Billy Norwich
Bronson van Wyck is one of the world’s leading authorities on hospitality, celebrated for a style of entertaining that combines wit and sophistication with the gracious warmth of his Southern upbringing. An event planner of international renown, Bronson has organized some of the most memorable and imaginative parties of the past two decades in locations all over the world. In 1999, Bronson founded Van Wyck & Van Wyck with his mother, Mary Lynn. Since then, Bronson’s talent and style have drawn clients like Presidents Clinton, Bush and Obama, Madonna, Beyoncé, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jerry Seinfeld and Diane von Furstenberg. Bronson also creates strategic event programs for international luxury brands, such as Chanel, St. Regis, Mercedes-Benz, Christie’s, Bulgari, Range Rover and Van Cleef & Arpels, among many others.
Billy Norwich is a writer, editor, and video and television reporter. He is the author of the novels My Mrs. Brown and Learning to Drive as well as the children’s book Molly and the Magic Dress. Norwich also has written introductions and essays for many pictorial books. Currently the editor for fashion and interior design at Phaidon Press, he has also written and edited for The New York Times Magazine, Vogue, Town & Country, Architectural Digest, and New York magazine. Norwich is a graduate of the writing program at Columbia University (MFA), Hampshire College (BA), and the Pomfret School. He lives in New York City.