black-tie


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moderately formal

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The ``Amadeus'' party passed on the usual black-tie dress code and suited up in cocktail attire, which made it a lot easier to step in and out of the buses that whisked guests from the swanky California Club to the Ahmanson Theatre and then back to the club for dinner.
The laureates traveled to Silicon Valley from the 12 countries they represent for a week of scheduled meetings with potential funders and partners, various speaking engagements, and the black-tie gala.
Come Oscar night, the fashion police may be citing Tinseltown's leading men for breaking the black-tie rule.
4) Wearing their black-tie best are Carole York and her husband, Terry, who was honored with the Nelle Reagan Award for distinguished coTmmunity service at the Warner Center Marriott Hotel in Woodland Hills.
Creative black tie - Ah, a little freedom from the traditional black-tie ensemble.
Nearly 20 individuals and families will be honored at the third annual black-tie fund-raiser, for which tickets are $35 per person, $60 a couple and $260 for a table of eight.
The event was the first of three black-tie dinners christening the newly completed Getty Center, an arts complex intended to place Los Angeles firmly on the world cultural map.
The black-tie, invitation-only awards have previously been staged in Los Angeles, Miami and San Antonio.
For more information or reservations to the POH 5th Annual Black-Tie Gala, call The POH Riley Foundation at 248-338-5698 or visit http://www.
TICKETS are still up for grabs for a black-tie dinner in aid of the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
6 event at the New York Marriott Marquis Hotel, those in the know say the black-tie gala is expected to be the most exciting yet.
The black-tie dinner and awards ceremony at the Regent Beverly Wilshire, now in its 50th year, recognized songwriters and publishers of the most-performed songs of 2001.
Inspired by the ubiquitous sing-it-yourself Messiahs, the Dance-Along was, from 1985 to 1988, a black-tie, mainly gay event held at the San Francisco Gift Center.
awarded $250,000 at a black-tie gala last night to educators, scientists and social entrepreneurs who use technology to benefit mankind.