Way back when (two weeks ago) Laurent and I were invited to attend the Lapham's Quarterly Decades Ball, a 1920s-themed bash, complete with dancing flappers and readings from Dorothy Parker and Ernest Hemingway.
It was so fun to get all jazzed up, dine in a fancy ballroom, and see the product of Laurent's internship on display. I was blown away by Benjamin Walker, who read "A Movable Feast," and Maude Maggard, who sang a Noel Coward song. Pictures from the night can be found here.
P.S. Check out the current issue of Lapham's Quarterly, Means of Communication, for some top-notch literature!
Photo Credit: The New York Times