SocialAtlanta & Idunnu Tomori host lunch at Le Bilboquet
Quickly becoming the city's premier site for society, SocialAtlanta joined forces with jeweler Idunnu Tomori to host an intimate luncheon at the Buckhead hotspot.
SocialAtlanta, quickly becoming the city’s premier destination for society and philanthropy, teamed up with famed Atlanta jeweler Idunnu Tomori to host an intimate lunch at Buckhead’s Le Bilboquet. There, guests included designer and philanthropist Tracy Nicole, actress and activist Rashan Ali, television reporter Julie Smith, beauty executive Tatiana Jones, writer Ardre Orie, Well Fargo’s Kristina Christie, esthetician Andrea Gomez, non-profit executive Kim Cooper, artist Lynne McDonald, fashion executive Angela Watts, public relations executive Alex Delotch Davis, Tracy Nicole executive – arriving to the design house fresh from Dolce & Gabanna – Zoe Anderson and SocialAtlanta editor Brett Graff. The conversation focused on philanthropy and society and how to best capture in photos and articles the most glamours and generous readers in Georgia. While dining on salads of La Salade de Betteraves et Rôties and main courses of either La Grande Niçoise, Végan Tofu au Epice de Cajun or the Le Bilbo Cheese Burger – and sipping on chilled Pinot Grigio.
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Brett Graff is SocialMiami.com’s managing editor and has been a journalist covering money, people and power for over 20 years. Graff contributes to national media outlets including Reuters, Glamour, Harper’s Bazaar, Maxim, and the PBS show, Nightly Business Report. A former U.S. government economist, her nationally syndicated column The Home Economist is first published in The Miami Herald and then on the Tribune Content Agency, where it’s available to over 400 publications nationwide. She is broadcast weekly on two iHeartRadio news shows and is the author of “Not Buying It: Stop Overspending & Start Raising Happier, Healthier, More Successful Kids,” a parenting guide for people who might be tempted to buy their children the very obstacles they’re trying to avoid.