Rice for Lunch at 'Good Housekeeping'

Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice Drops in on Hearst

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- On May 9 Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was the guest of honor at a private luncheon hosted by 'Good Housekeeping' and held in Hearst's corporate offices. Above left: Patricia Haegele, senior VP-publisher, 'Good Housekeeping'; Ellen Levine, editor in chief, 'Good Housekeeping'; Frank A. Bennack Jr., vice chairman of the board, chairman of the executive committee, Hearst Corp.; U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice; Cathleen Black, president, Hearst Magazines; and Victor Ganzi, president-CEO, Hearst Corp. Above right: Ms. Rice and Ms. Levine. |Photo credit: Rohanna Mertens/douggoodman.com

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- 'Good Housekeeping' held a luncheon for Condoleezza Rice to celebrate her piece in the magazine's May issue in which she talks about her relationship with her late mother. Above, left: Gayle King, editor at large, 'O, the Oprah Magazine'; Condoleezza Rice; Cathleen Black; Ellen Levine. | Photo credit: Rohanna Mertens/douggoodman.com. Above, right: Beauty industry executives joined 'Cookie' at Modern Restaurant recently at a luncheon to hear highlights of the magazine's first beauty survey. From left to right: Patricia DiMucci, director-marketing, Maybelline and Garnier; longtime beauty executive Jean Zimmerman; Pilar Guzman, editor in chief, 'Cookie'; Jill Golden, assistant VP-marketing and media, Lancome; Dana Wood, health and beauty director, 'Cookie'; and Eva Dillon, VP-publisher, 'Cookie.'

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- 'Traditional Home' hosted the second annual Design in Bloom event at the New York Design Center. The event is tied to the magazine's annual Young Traditional issue, which celebrates 30-something designers who are heralding classic design with a twist. Above, left: Mike O'Driscoll, president, Aston Martin Jaguar Land Rover; Heather Markovich, marketing communications manager, Jaguar; New York Design Center President Jim Druckman; 'Traditional Home' publisher Pam Daniels; and Jonathan Tudor of Jonathon Tudor LLC. Above, right: Pam Daniels; Mark Rohl, president-eastern division, ROHL; and Ann Maine, editor in chief, 'Traditional Home.'

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Jaguar joined 'Traditional Home' in sponsoring the Design in Bloom event. A fleet of Jaguar XK models whisked VIP guests away to a private after-party to support the Jaguar "Gorgeous" campaign. Above, left: Samantha Nestor, director-marketing and communications, New York Design Center; Pam Daniels; Jim Druckman; and Ann Maine. Above, left: Pam Daniels and Jim Druckman taking off for the after-party.

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