Last night, the Hetrick-Martin Institute [HMI] hosted the 16th Annual "School's Out" benefit at the gorgeous East Hampton estate of president and CEO of Hudson News, James Cohen and interior designer, Lisa Cohen. Supporting LGBTQ at-risk youth, the evening had shades of Caitlyn Jenner, the former Olympic champion Bruce Jenner, who recently celebrated her new sexuality as a woman on the Cover of Vanity Fair. The soiree marked the beginning of event season on the East End, and Thomas Krever, CEO of HMI said, "School's Out has become a tradition as the Hamptons' premiere event. Not only is it one of the summer's most notable kickoff parties, but this fundraiser is so important to HMI because it enables us to provide our vital services throughout the summer months to the most vulnerable youth."
· The Weekender. [CH]
· Happy birthday, School's Out. [CH]
· Bold fashion at School's Out. [CH]