Photo Credit: Todd Mazer
You know it’s summer when you’re at the Museum of Fine Arts in a white dinner jacket, surrounded by a bunch of gorgeous people who are slightly sun-kissed, dressed to the nines and in full-on party mode.
The MFA’s Summer Party, the official end of gala season and the start of the livin’-is-easy season, was a Gatsby-esque evening with a French Riviera theme that drew the likes of bespectacled hottie Bill Neidlinger, the sultry Gina Morda, sexy travel exec Jacqui Lewis, Back Bay yummy mummy Christy Cashman, Beacon Hillions Paul and Pia Miller, expectant parents-to-be Nina and William Schroeder, stunning blonde Kristin Vaselacopoulos and fashion avatar Ryan Gavin, Back Bay hipster Devin Hill, reformed ballerina Rachel Cossar, the impeccable Darwin Cordoba and a tortured UPenn grad who said, “The Fighting Quakers? By definition, there is no such thing as a fighting Quaker.”
Other amusing remarks: “The new Xfinity cable box is basically a marital aid.”
And: “You look great!”
“Thanks. It’s all the day drinking.”