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./. 5 Page 8 POST-GAZETTE, OCTOBER 31,2014 Webster & Company'Hosts CHARLES RIVER MUSEUM OF INDUSTRY & INNOVATION TO FEATURE Celebration at Boston Design Center Lou and Karin Cohen As part of the Boston De- sign Center's month-long celebration of design in Bos= ton, Webster & Co. opened its spacious second floor show- room on Thursday, October 16, to 350 designers, vendors, friends and guests to a "Motown to Beantown" cock- tail, IT-ors~JdToeuvres and dance party: The night fea- tured special guest DJ Lady Bunny from New York, who got the dance floor rocking to the oldies -- from Diana Ross to Donna Summer. Earlier Special Guest DJ Lady Bunny of New York wowed the dance floor. At the "Balmoral to Neiman Marcus" in-store showcase event, designer Gerald Pomeroy, center, poses with Webster & Company president & CEO David Webster, left, and Neiman Marcus General Manager Dan Kramer. in the day, Webster & Company's President & CEO David Webster teamed up with Newbury Street Interior Designer Gerald Pomeroy to present, "Balmoral at Neiman Marcus," an in-store show- case that is open to the pub- lic. The room features mag- nificent, hand-painted, sce- nic wall covering by de Gournay La Chasse de Compiegne, Sandra Jordan's luxurious Prima Alpaca cur- tains and late 18m and early 19th century antiquities. Shelby Simes of Sterling Interiors, poses with host At the "Motown to Beantown" party are inte- rior designers Dee Elms and Christina Tuttle m both featured on PBS' "This Old House." David Webster. (Photos by Roger Farrington) Gallery Talk with Celebrated Fashion Icon, YOLANDA Glitz and glamour have come to Waltham! Yolanda, legendary "Queen of Glitz" owner of the celebrated, "Yolanda's" -- a bridal salon and health spa -- will present a gallery talk at the Charles River Mu- seum of Industry & Innovation (CRMII). The CRMII is cur- rently hosting YOLANDA: innova- tive Fashion Icon; 50 Years of High ~;"~--'- Headpieces ~ llaute Couture, ~.~i~arkling exhibit c~e~byat I ng Yolanda's ext}g~d~- ..... nary career as a fash- ion icon, brilliant business entrepre- neur, and innovative marketing genius. On display will be an array of haute couture from the private collection of Yolanda. The collection includes over-the-top head pieces that light up, dresses that sparkle with thou- sands of bugle beads, crystal-packed accessories, and a video compilation of over the top fashion shows Yolanda produced as well as her many TV appearances in Boston, New York, and Los Angeles. There is even a small "fashion studio" where children can try on hats and create their own designs using a variety of art supplies. The exhibit will be on display until the end of November. Pieces featured are on loan from Yolanda's private collec- tion, the Lasell College Fashion Collection, and the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. This extraordinary selection of garments features works by celebrated designers such as: Bob Mackie, Givenchy, Oscar de la Renta, Stephen Yearick, crystal couture designer, Sondra Celli ("My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding"), and more. A second gallery talk is scheduled for Thursday, November 20, at 6:00 pm. and will be held at the Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation in Waltham. It will feature Sondra Celli, renowned crystal couture designer and star of TLC's international hit series, "My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding". Light refreshments will be served. Ticket sales and will benefit the museum. For more information please visit: or contact: Laura Justice, Operations and Development Manager 781-893-5410 ext. 11 Visit our branch location at 389 Hanover Street to open your account today! i 800-BANK-EAGLE *Annual Percentage Yield is accurate as of 10/22/14, Accounts must be opened at the North End branch only. New money only. A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal. Rates may vary and are subject to change without notice. Minimum balance to open the CD and earn the APY is $500. To receive the additional 0.25% APY to earn 1.50% APY, you must maintain an Eagle Bank checking account with a monthly direct deposit from payroll, pension or Social Security for the entire term of the Special 33 Month CD. If you do not currently have diR