Wintour’s event will be co-hosted and take place at the home of Lauren Santo Domingo, co-founder of online fashion retailer Moda Operandi, according to a memo sent by the Democratic National Committee. Donors can also purchase “host” level tickets for $50,000 or tickets at the $100,000 “chair” level to the event.
On May 24, second gentleman Doug Emhoff will be the guest of a fundraiser held at the home of fashion designer Kay Unger and her partner David Rubin. The dinner will be a more intimate event limited to 20 people. The suggested ticket price is $10,000.
The Gramercy Park townhouse of Santo Domingo, who is also the artistic director of Tiffany & Co.’s home collection, has reportedly been valued at $18.5 million.
Unger’s home has been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine. A 2007 write-up of the 4,300 square-foot Soho loft describes a “polished fresco fireplace that stretches up to meet the 15-foot-high ceiling” and “a walk-in pantry–and–china closet.”