Eek! I started a dinner club! After reading about fancy, underground dinners happening around the city this spring (for super cool people with extremely advanced appetites) I decided to start one of my own.
I named it the Rose Gold Dinner Club and invited a handful of inspiring women who I’ve been meaning to introduce to one another. Each member will have a chance to set a dinner theme, from the decor and dress code to the menu itself.
I’m thrilled to report that our first dinner was a huge success!
This is something I’ve always dreamed of doing. The idea of inspiring women sitting around a table, sharing ideas and bonding over delicious food is pretty much the most amazing thing I can possibly think of.
In New York, you end up having a few different social circles, and sometimes getting them to cross over and mesh can be a challenge with everyone’s different schedules. Even before I sent out the invitations, I was giddy just imagining these friends sitting across from one another exchanging stories and getting to know one another.
Since my current living situation has a spacious living and dining room, I decided the timing was right!
The first theme was the “Linear Dinner”, and the entire experience was conceived by brilliant Macedonian artist (and dear friend) Klimentina Jauleska. She created an art installation in my apartment, extending the piece onto the table with hundred-year-old Macedonian yarn, clear plates, and transparent cubes filled with different linear patterns.
It was wildly creative! And of course, we had a blast. Here are some photos of the setup and the dinner itself.