Media’s top women toast the Four Seasons one last time

Credit: Jennifer Calais Smith
Credit: Jennifer Calais Smith
Debra Shriver
Debra Shriver

The top ladies of New York media gathered at their favorite power lunch spot to raise a glass of champagne to the Four Seasons one last time.

Debra Shriver, Hearst’s senior vice president and chief communications officer, hosted the lunch in the landmarked Pool Room to celebrate their favorite meeting place before it closes next month.

“The one thing I wanted was a necklace made from those rippling chain curtains. So I asked [co-owner] Julian Niccolini, and he had some spare chain in a box back from when Philip Johnson designed the space,” Shiver told the New York Post.

Shiver had necklaces made for all of here guests, which included Harper’s Bazaar Editor-in-Chief Glenda Bailey, Pamela Baxter, Pamela Fiori, Dayle Haddon, Susan Magrino, Liz Kaplow, Christine Taylor, Charlotte Moss, Jonelle Procope and Regina K. Scully.

“It’s like owning a piece of the Berlin Wall,” Shiver told the Post of the necklace keepsakes.