Dear Friends, some people accuse us of attending the opening of an envelope. Guilty as charged. However, that envelope happens to be a 24-karat gold, ruby-encrusted number, sealed by the kiss of a virgin, and holding the contents of which we cannot allow you to be privy to. Oh, all right, we’ll divulge. What is in envelope #1? We tipped back a champagne or two with all our friends in honor of Nicole Miller at one of our infamous parties at the 60 Thompson Hotel, hosted by the delightful Emmy Rossum. In envelope #2, we crashed the Fondazione Prada retrospective gala opening during Paris Fashion Week party, hobnobbing with Miuccia and Roman Polanski. Envelope #3 had us kicking with Tilda Swinton at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. Envelope #4 found us at Greystone Mansion for the Ball of Artists, a maze of performances as part of the Pacific Standard Time Performance and Public Art Festival, sponsored by Möet Hennessey. We caught Eduardo Sarabia’s tequila bar hosted by Casa Dragones Tequila, Alex Israel’s sunglasses-at-night flash mob, and Jedediah Caesar & Flora Wiegmann’s beautiful dance performance. And what, pray tell, did we find in envelope #5? A pair of tickets to the ultra-exclusive, ultra-posh, ultra-humanitarian Art of Elysium’s Heaven gala, co-sponsored by Beau Joie champagne, where Cameron Silver and Elijah Wood were the guests of honor for their work with the non-profit, which provides artistic opportunities for children with terminal illness. Until next time, kiddos. And remember, don’t open envelopes that aren’t addressed to you. Wish you were here. Love, Flaunt.