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Kirsten Vogel, Therese Gibb, Ali Gibb, Jillian Posner, Jenna Gibb, Stacy Gibb
Kirsten Vogel, Therese Gibb, Ali Gibb, Jillian Posner, Jenna Gibb, Stacy Gibb

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The Young Society of Love and Hope held a tea-inspired luncheon and fashion presentation at The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort. The charity, which benefits the Diabetes Research Institute, teamed up with Neiman Marcus Bal Harbour to plan a unique and fashionable event, chaired by Jillian Posner.

Posner, dressed in a matching pink Arturo Rios hat and Valentino heels with a striped black and white dress designed by Miriam de la Cruz, thanked everyone in attendance.

The host committee included: Ellie Bernstein, Ali Gibb, Jenna Gibb, Stacy Gibb, Therese Gibb, Sasha Goldsmith, Jamie Jo Harris, Jillian Jacobson, Brooke Rosenfeld, Brittany Mutchnik, Lisa Pacin, Kim Pushkin, Michelle Rubell, Catherine Shaw, Nicole Simkins, Dana Swickle, Kirsten Vogel and Alison Zhuk.

The affair honored Love and Hope Life Chairman Sonja Zuckerman, who was introduced by Michelle Rubell as “an inspiration to us all.”

To get involved with the cause or learn more, call 800-321-3437 or visit DiabetesResearch.org.

Photos by Mitchell Zachs
 



 
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