More than 800 people attended Bravo Bravo at the Detroit Opera House on June 8, a fundraiser organized by young professionals of the Michigan Opera Theatre's Volunteer Association. The theme of the strolling party was a Carnivale celebration. Photos by Patrick Gloria
Fellow Barber, a Brooklyn-based collective of traditional barbershops and apothecaries, held its opening at 441 W. Canfield St. in Midtown, Detroit on Saturday, Feb. 28. The event included cut and shave services, appetizers, cocktails, and a DJ.
Celebrating their 50th year, the Founder's Junior Council of the Detroit Institute of Arts presented Cirque: Empire on Saturday, Feb. 28 at the DIA in Detroit. Guests donned masks and enjoyed drinks and dancing with entertainment provided by DJ Darren Revell and Planet D Nonet, a swing band. The funds raised will benefit the DIA's weekly Drawing in the Galleries and rolling Art Carts programs.
Detroit PAL, a nonprofit organization that helps children through academic and athletic development programs, held their annual MVP Awards Dinner on Feb. 26 at the Detroit Athletic Club. Detroit PAL announced their $15.5 million fundraising goal to redevelop Tiger Stadium into a new athletic field and PAL headquarters.
Scott Shuptrine Interiors welcomed acclaimed designer Jamie Drake to its Royal Oak gallery on Feb. 25 to celebrate his collection for Theodore Alexander. Drake gave a presentation, while architects, interior designers, and home enthusiasts enjoyed refreshments and entertainment.