On Sept. 17th, 6,500 revelers descended on New York City’s Governor’s Island for the 2018 Le Dîner en Blanc, the annual all-white al fresco dinner that is one of the premiere events of the summer. It’s truly a celebration of food, fashion, and friends.
“I think that it has remained popular because we offer a unique experience,” said Diner en Blanc co-organizer Linda Davis. “It’s so spectacular to see several thousands people, all dressed in beautiful outfits all in white, descending on a beautiful location.”
For many, a simple white frock or suit wouldn’t do. Embellishments were a must as they dined at fabulously decorated tables and danced under the stars, with the NYC skyline as their backdrop. Fascinators, masks, and crowns were the norm.
Take a look at the photos below and don’t forget to add Le Dîner en Blanc in your city to your social calendar for 2019.
Until next year ...