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WITH EDDIE ROSS & SUSAN watson SCULLY
Wednesday, December 2 at 6:30 pm
Entertaining gurus Eddie Ross and Susan Watson Scully, long-time friends, are reuniting for a special Antiquarius event.
From perfect cocktails, flowers and tablescapes to clever gift wrapping ideas, these seasoned pros will regale us
with tips, insights and stories from years of entertaining in Greenwich. We asked them about their plans for the
holidays, and how they plan to celebrate with friends and family in this challenging year for entertaining.
Patrons will receive an Eddie Ross inspired flower arrangement delivered on Friday, December 4.
Eddie Ross is the Co-founder and Chief Content Creator of Maximalist Studios, specializing in environmental photography for the home design and consumer products industries. He has worked as a design, decorating and food editor for Better Homes & Gardens, Food Network, Martha Stewart Living and House Beautiful.
Recognized by design aficionados for his inventive, out-of-the-box approach to decorating and entertaining, Eddie consistently re-imagines the aesthetic possibilities in secondhand finds, imbuing them with a chic and colorful sophistication within everyone’s reach. His sold-out tours of antique markets across the country have empowered devoted followers to find the best things they can and, at the same time, to give new life to what they may already own.A trained chef from the Culinary Institute of America, Eddie has styled parties and table settings featured in House Beautiful, Southern Living and InStyle. His design work has been published in Domino, Vanity Fair, Country Living and the New York Times. He has also appeared in Bravo’s interior design competition series Top Design and entertaining specials for HGTV.
Eddie lectures widely on the living arts, from food and flowers, to gardening, decorating and entertaining. His first book, entitled Modern Mix: Curating Personal Style with Chic & Accessible Finds, was published by Gibbs Smith in September 2015.
Susan Watson Scully, one of this years Antiquarius Honorary Chairs, has been a well-respected full service caterer in Fairfield and Westchester Counties for over 20 years. She has gained notoriety through her innovative approach to party planning, always conscious of creating the most unique, memorable event for her clients. “I get great satisfaction being able to change the ordinary into the extraordinary. We pride ourselves in delivering more than just great food; we deliver the total experience. It’s what makes the job so much fun for us and such a success for our clients.” We honor Sue’s contribution to Greenwich entertaining and design and are thrilled to have her join us this year!