Bruce Museum to Hold Art of Design Luncheon
The Bruce Museum will hold its Seventh Annual Art of Design Luncheon with keynote speaker Marc Hruschka, Chief Executive Officer and President of Graff USA. The Art of Design Luncheon and Diamonds with Graff, which benefits the Museum’s exhibitions and educational programming, will take place on Thursday, March 12 from 12 to 2 p.m. at Greenwich Country Club.
Joining Hruschka in a conversation about the world of diamonds and the latest trends in the art and design of the lustrous jewels is Jill Newman, a Contributing Editor with Town & Country who has covered the international luxury business for more than 25 years, with a focus on fine jewelry, diamonds, and gemstones.
Founded in 2014 as a forum to provide fresh insight into the everevolving intersection of art and design, this year’s Art of Design Luncheon is Co-Chaired by Felicity Kostakis and Romona Norton. Honorary Guest is Bo Kim, VP General Manager, The Saks Shops Greenwich. Bo Kim joined The Saks Shops Greenwich in October 2019, from the Saks Beverly Hills store.
The luncheon will include a special raffle of a Graff Butterfly Silhouette Necklace, fine wines from Graff’s Delaire Graff Estate in South Africa, a private shopping experience at Graff’s flagship store on Madison Avenue, and other exclusive luxury items. The luncheon will also feature models showcasing Graff jewels and dressed by The Saks Shops Greenwich, with a soundtrack provided by DJ April Larken.
Advance registration is required for the benefit event. For tickets and further information, please visit brucemuseum.org and click “Reservations,” or contact Melissa Levin at email@example.com or 203-413-6761.