The Art Directors Club kicked off the first round of special curated ADC Young Guns events with an exclusive “Last Supper” dinner at New York’s iconic, soon-to-close Four Seasons restaurant, followed by an invitation-only screening of Stefan Sagmeister’s movie The Happy Film at the NeueHouse Madison Square.
Dinner host was PAPER magazine co-founder and editor Kim Hastreiter. Among more than 30 invitees to say goodbye to the storied Mies van der Rohe/Phillip Johnson dining space attendees included MOMA senior curator Paola Antonelli, ad legend George Lois, fashion designers Isabel and Ruben Toledo, Henri Bendel creative director Deanne Cheuk, Google Creative Labs VP Robert Wong, Work-Order, Day for Night music/art festival partner Keira Alexandra, Nicole Jacek, founder/director, NJ (L.A.) and others.
ADC recently reinvented the ADC YG program to be an invitation competition where nominees are handpicked by a cultural influencer committee made up of 40 leading thinkers, makers and visionaries. ADC president/Sid Lee cofounder Philippe Meunier explains that “we’re curating talent and building an invigorating club for the creative community.”
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Pictured Top: Ad legend and ADC Hall of Fame laureate George Lois (center), flanked by fashion designer partners Isabel and Ruben Toledo.