2014 Hadrian Gala After Party

Celebrate in style!

World Monuments Fund invites you to the fourth annual Hadrian Gala After Party celebrating our shared cultural heritage. The evening benefits WMF’s work in the protection and preservation of architectural heritage around the world, and is led by co-chairs Mieke ten Have Graham, Amy Lemons-Sutton, David Netto, Elizabeth Reid, and Jeanne Tripplehorn. Join us for an evening of cocktails and canapés amid modern and contemporary prints at Phillips auction house.

The After Party is held in conjunction with the annual Hadrian Gala where Mica Ertegün and Ellsworth Kelly will receive Hadrian Awards.

Festive Attire, 21+



The Moai Circle is a dynamic group of young professionals with a shared enthusiasm for preserving the world’s irreplaceable cultural treasures. Through innovative programming, the Moai Circle has become a dedicated community of young supporters advocating for the importance of place. Join today as a Moai Circle Explorer and receive a discount for tickets, or join as a Moai Circle Conservator and receive two tickets and listing on the After Party Benefit Committee!

After Party Co-Chairs

  • Mieke ten Have Graham
  • Amy Lemons-Sutton
  • David Netto
  • Elizabeth Reid
  • Jeanne Tripplehorn

Moai Circle Steering Committee

  • Laura D. Carrera
  • Charles A. Jaskel
  • Aurora Kessler
  • Ashley B. T. Ma
  • Maggie Moore
  • Melissa Stewart
  • Nina Wainwright
  • Jennifer Wright

After Party Benefit Committee*

  • Labiba Ali
  • Janine M. Atamian
  • Max Belmont
  • Emily Collins
  • Caitlin Davis
  • Michael Espiritu, MD
  • Sonia E. Kwiatkowski
  • Cordelia Lembo
  • Debbie Lusman
  • Mandy Rabinowitz
  • Carolina Richards
  • Carson Sieving
  • Melissa Sink, Esq.
  • Nathan C. Strauss
  • Elizabeth C. Urstadt
  • Chloë Waddington
  • Martin Winter
  • Andrea Marie Zorrilla
  • *Committee in formation

Thank you to our co-chairs and their commitment to heritage conservation, art, architecture, and design.

Mieke ten Have Graham is the Home Editor of Vogue, where she covers design and decorating. Prior to working at Vogue, she was an editor at ELLE DECOR and worked for The Wall Street Journal’s Off Duty section, domino magazine, and as a designer for Rita Konig Interiors. Born and raised in Manhattan, she now lives in Brooklyn with her husband. She is a longtime admirer of WMF’s accomplishments, bolstered by her visits to projects such as Karnak Temple, Petra, and Angkor Wat. She is thrilled to be co-chairing this year’s event in honor of Mica Ertegün and Ellsworth Kelly.

Amy Lemons-Sutton is an American fashion model and women's advocate. At age 14 she was scouted in her hometown of Richmond, VA, and that same year she rose to fame by landing the cover of Italian Vogue. She is noted as one of the youngest models ever to be featured on the cover of Vogue. Her ascent in the modeling industry included shooting the covers of Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, ELLE, and Marie Claire. She also landed campaigns for Abercrombie & Fitch, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Jill Sander, and Louis Vuitton among many others. After eight successful years in New York Amy took a hiatus to California and earned a history degree from UCLA. There Amy was able to explore her profound love of history. As an adult Amy splits her time between Charlottesville, VA, and Manhattan. Amy and her husband are members of the Moai Circle and are big supporters of the arts and historic preservation.

David Netto is a New York born, Los Angeles-based designer of interiors and furniture, as well as a writer on the subject of architecture and design history for T, the style magazine of The New York Times. His interiors have appeared in Vogue, House Beautiful, ELLE DECOR, as well as several books, most recently The Great American House. David is presently at work decorating projects for clients on both coasts, and writing a book for Rizzoli about the great French decorator François Catroux. David is thrilled to be asked to join his friend Jeanne Tripplehorn in supporting World Monuments Fund on this evening, and most of all to be a part of anything that honors Ellsworth Kelly and Mica Ertegün.

Elizabeth Reid is vice president for marketing and communications in North America at Mulberry. She has held senior public relations positions at beauty, fashion, and lifestyle brands, including David Yurman, Valentino, and MAC. Having started her career at Christie’s in impressionism and modern art, she is excited for Mulberry’s support of World Monuments Fund and the protection of cultural heritage around the world.

Jeanne Tripplehorn is an Oklahoma born, California based, American actor of film, television and stage with a passion for history, architecture and design. She is very proud to be the spokesperson for World Monuments Fund since 2009.