Always up for a party, let alone one offering Rosé and plenty of pink themed fun, I headed to Manhattan’s Lower East Side for a soirée hosted by jewellery designer, Anna Sheffield. The belated Valentine’s Day event (thanks to New York’s blizzard the week prior), Ménage a Rosé, was held at 2 locations along Orchard Street, in full party-hopping style. Sheffield teamed up with Bing Bang, Coming Soon and Yes Way Rosé to host the soirée. With corks popping and glasses filled with Rosé, Sheffield’s atelier at 47 Orchard Street was filled with bubbles and baubles, showcasing the beautiful jewels and gems from her collections of delicate fine jewelry and unique engagement rings.
Particularly alluring was the Celestine Collection; inspired by the stars and the moon the pieces were a gorgeous mix of precious stones paired with quartz and gemstones in statement rings and dangling earrings, as well as stunning stacked bands. The Future Heritage Fund Collection also caught my eye, featuring dazzling Turquoise that truly stood out. This particular collection is quite personal to Sheffield, as it was founded by her in partnership with her native New Mexico’s Community Foundation, to support a range of cultural, environmental and artistic non-profit organisations there – to collectively foster a future heritage for generations to come.
Continuing the party at Coming Soon’s Gallery + Shop at 37 Orchard Street, pink was definitely the theme of the evening. A wide range of ‘It Girl’ home goods were on display in a cozy yet chic store, where it felt like you were hanging at your super trendy friend’s house.
Written by Pen To Paper’s NY contributor, Pia Finnigan.