Angels Among Us

A fashion show at Neiman Marcus in Short Hills, moderated by Guido Campello of Cosabella Lingerie, featured spring 2011 looks. The event recognized the Butterfly Angel Foundation and its founder, Olivia Tedesco.

From left, Guido Campello, vice president of Cosabella Lingerie; Olivia Tedesco, founder of Butterfly Angel Foundation; Michele Tedesco of Madison; Bunny Johnson, general manager of Neiman Marcus, Short Hills; and Mary Horn of Weichert Realtors.

A Neiman Marcus fund-raising breakfast supported the Butterfly Angel Foundation which, in turn, donated proceeds of $5,000 to the Research Down Syndrome organization.

Save the Date

Saturday, May 21: “Earthly Delights,” a one-day event at the home and garden of Andrea Filippone in Pottersville, will include a distinctive plant and garden antiques sale, silent auction and distinguished lecture series to benefit the state’s public gardens and parks. This year’s recipient will be Leonard J. Buck Garden in Far Hills (908-413-1957;

Serious Collecting

Teapots by Design, one woman’s remarkable collection of 150 teapots (she has 1,300 more at home), drew a crowd at the Morris Museum.

At the exhibit’s opening night festivities, from left, Michael Tischman, museum trustee; Dr. Unjeria C. Jackson of Mendham, teapot collector; Gerri Silk, museum trustee; and Linda Moore, museum executive director, gather to welcome guests.

Wedding Belles

More than 300 wedding industry professionals and brides attended the launch of the New Jersey chapter of Wish Upon a Wedding to raise money and awareness for the organization, which provides weddings and vow renewals for couples facing terminal illness or other serious life-altering circumstances, regardless of sexual orientation.

Founding members of Wish Upon A Wedding’s board (New Jersey chapter), from left, Marni Gold, Sue Smith, Jennifer Orsini, Candice Benson, Lori Battista, Andrea Ceasar, Lisa Marie Blinn, Molly Tully and Christine Hyder.

Broadway Benefit

At Kiehl’s grand opening at the Mall at Short Hills, the company donated $15,000 to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, to continue its support for HIV/AIDS education, awareness and research.

DiNoia, center, poses with fans at the new Kiehl’s location at the Mall at Short Hills. Wicked cast member Jennifer DiNoia, who plays Elphaba, performs “The Wizard and I.”

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