Dîner en Blanc In Long Island Was A Showcase Of Black Excellence
Photo Credit: Regina Fleming

Though the Dîner en Blanc concept started back in 1988, attending the chic, hush hush all-white affair has really taken off among Black socialites over the last few years. From spreading love and good vibes in New York to partying like Haitians in the gorgeous coastal city of Cap-Haïtien, the annual event is one you don’t want to miss.

For the third year in a row, hosts Donyshia Boston Hill and Shanoy Skeete gathered nearly 2000 guests for another unforgettable night of friendship, elegance, and fun on the gorgeous grounds of the Nassau County Museum of Art in Long Island, New York.

Dressed to impress toting upscale white picnic baskets filled to the brim with gourmet and homemade delights, guests, including Legislator Siela Bynoe and Vera Moore CEO of Vera Moore Cosmetics, descended on the museum’s grounds greeted by ballerinas, stilt walkers and violinist, Sarina Suno. DJ Rohan and DJ Tommy Lee kept the crowd on their feet partying well into the night.

We know you don’t want to feel left out of one of the year’s hottest events so we’ve rounded up a few photos from Dîner en Blanc Long Island that will have you ready to show up and show out in your best. Register for the 2020 celebration today and reserve your spot for next year’s affair.

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