PHOTOS: LLNYC celebrates latest issue with Martha Stewart and Terry Richardson

Celebrity guests came out to mingle, eat and celebrate the magazine's latest issue

TRD New York /
Jul.July 18, 2016 06:05 PM

“De-licious!” That was the verdict from Martha Stewart after tasting chef Yann Nury’s truffle-loaded take on a croque monsieur.

Stewart, along with celebrity guests Terry Richardson, Barbara Corcoran, Parker Posey, Jack Ferver, Bjarke Ingels, Michael Shvo and Nicole Miller, came out to mingle, eat and celebrate the new issue of Luxury Listings NYC.

The crowd gathered at the penthouse of 87 Leonard Street in Tribeca, which is currently on the market with CORE’s Emily Beare and Shaun Osher. Chef Nury prepared a decadent eight-course meal, including gold-wrapped popcorn, caviar, rare wines provided by Zachys and lots of black truffles.

Posey taped the 500th episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” before coming to LLNYC’s dinner — it aired that evening. Former LLNYC cover star Michael Strahan was also one of Fallon’s guests.

Stewart rushed from the Four Seasons restaurant’s closing party with longtime Martha Stewart Living senior vice president and executive editorial director, Kevin Sharkey, to the penthouse where she spent the evening catching up with her friends Terry Richardson and Alex Bolotow.

Meanwhile, Bjarke Ingels wowed the crowd by changing the colors on the Bank of America tower with his phone.

Check out LLNYC profile of Stewart here.

All photos by Alistair Gardiner for LLNYC

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