58th Heart Ball Addressing Luncheon

Colorful event features fashion, luncheon and invitation assembly

The 58th Annual Heart Ball Addressing Luncheon at The Phoenician on Oct. 28 was a colorful and lively affair as committee members and guests met to assemble invitations. At the request of Heart Ball chairman Char Hubble, attendees dressed in colorful attire from head to toe in their favorite shades.

Following the invitation stuffing, guests entered the Camelback Ballroom for the luncheon and a fashion show presented by Neiman Marcus. Black and white table linens topped with artistic placemats and towering fern centerpieces carried out this year’s colorful theme. Kimberly Jacobsen and Marilyn Alexander co-chaired the luncheon committee.

Hubble welcomed attendees, and then guests were treated to a couture ball gown fashion show, which included fashions by Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, Zac Posen, Jenny Packham, Talbot Runhof, Monique Lhuillier, Elizabeth Kennedy, Naeem Kahn, Marchesa and others. Following the fashions, a gourmet brunch was served, complete with individual macarons served under a miniature cloche.

In addition to Hubble as chairman, the Heart Ball executive committee includes Carolyn Jackson, chairman elect; Molly Stockley and Jennifer Moser, vice chairmen; Lynne Love, Sweetheart; and Sylvia and Joe Shoen, honorary chairs.

The 58th Annual Heart Ball will be held Nov. 18 at The Phoenician.


Lee Courtney and Molly Stockley

Lisa Bell

Zenobia Mertel and Shannon Barthelemy

Eileen Yeung

Darlene Keller; Camerone McCullogh

McKenna Wesley

Camila Palacio Ortega, Robin Sewell and Char Hubble

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