(SAN FRANCISCO) March 31, 2016 – Dolce&Gabbana brings a touch of the most sublime Italian glamour and elegance to the 2016 Mid-Winter Gala that will take place at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco. Vanessa Getty and Trevor Traina served as the event’s honorary co- chairs with Kathryn Lasater and Allison Speer serving as the event chairs.

Hosted by the Junior Committee of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the Mid-Winter Gala is one of San Francisco’s premiere fundraising and social events of the year. All proceeds support the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco – the de Young and the Legion of Honor.

Attendees in Dolce&Gabbana:
 Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones), Courtney Eaton (Mad Max), Kevin and Nicole Systrom (CEO of Instagram), Musa Tariq (Digital Marketing Director, Apple), Marissa Mayer (CEO of Yahoo), Anne Sophie and Paul Deneve (Special Projects, Apple), Kathryn Miller (MET Opera), Vanessa Getty, Allison Speer and Kathryn Lasater.

Notables in attendance also include: Travis Kalanick (CEO of Uber), Jeremy Stoppelman (CEO of Yelp) and Kelcey Morton, Nikita Kahn, Alexis Traina, Todd and Katie Traina, Ken Fulk, Jenny and Roman Coppola, Roger and Sloan Barnett, Daniel Damian Smith, Vandy Bou- dreau, Adam Cahan and Ann V, Mayor Willie Brown and Sonya Molodetskya and more.

Drew Altizer Photography

Allison Speer
Miriam Newcomer

Dolce & Gabbana S.r.l.
Established in 1985, Dolce&Gabbana is an international leader in the fashion and luxury goods sector. The founders, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, have always been the creative and stylistic source of all the brand’s activities as well as the drivers behind the development strategies.

The Group creates, produces and distributes high-end clothing, leather goods, footwear, accessories, jewelry and watches. The brand is present in the Prêt-à-porter segment with Men’s, Women’s and Children’s collections, and in the Alta Artigianalità (High Craftsmanship) segment with Alta Moda, Alta Sartoria and Alta Gioielleria collections. The only activities entrusted to licensee partners are the production and distribution of Eyewear and Beauty lines. Today the brand is present in 46 countries worldwide with a distribution network of 335 mono-brand stores.

About the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, comprising the de Young in Golden Gate Park and the Legion of Honor in Lincoln Park, are the largest public arts institution in San Francisco.

The Legion of Honor was inspired by the French pavilion at San Francisco’s Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915 and, like that structure, was modeled after the neoclassical Palais de la Légion d’Honneur, in Paris. The museum, designed by George Applegarth, opened in 1924 on a bluff in Lincoln Park overlooking the Golden Gate. Its holdings span 4,000 years and include European painting, sculpture, and decorative arts; ancient art from the Mediterranean basin; and the largest collection of works on paper in the American West

For more information, please visit www.famsf.org.