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Audrey Gruss, philanthropist and founder of the Hope for Depression Research Foundation, hosted a beautiful garden party to kick off this nonprofit organization’s upcoming Fall Luncheon Seminar. The event was held at Gruss’ Southampton home called “Fairwind,” where 30 of her closest female friends arrived dressed all in white and dined among beautiful blooming hydrangeas in the same shade.


Photos by SEAN ZANNI/PatrickMcMullan.com





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