Successful Night At The Brooklyn Museum For The First Annual Yellow Ball.
The Yellow Ball took place on Monday (September 10) at the Brooklyn Museum where over 300 guest gathered in attendance to support a great cause. The host for the night Pharrell Williams arrived with his gorgeous wife, Helen Lasichanh just in time for the festivities. The event benefited young audiences arts for learning, the nation’s largest arts in education network whose work strives to inspire young people and expand their learning through arts.
Among attendees were ASAP Ferg, Missy Elliot, David Blaine, Lauren Jauregui, Darrelle Revis, Sheldon Haley, Brian Donnelly, Alicia Keys, Swizz Beats, Greg Davis Jr, Ronnie Fieg, Billie Eilish, Brian Kelly, Daniel Arsham and many more surprises and guest arrived throughout the night. VIP Guest and American Express Platinum card members were treated with a multi-course dinner experience by American Express Global dining collection member Chef Dominique Crenn.
The marvelous Daniel Arsham blessed the attendees with visuals of three installations for the evening. Pharrell and a few of the guest were even spooked by magician David Blaine swallowing a frog. The legendary Missy Elliot rocked the crowd along with ASAP Ferg as they both performed some of their well-known hits.
N.E.R.D is one of my favorite groups and one of the reasons why I’m even doing music, one of the reasons why I feel fearless in whatever I wear and expressing myself with different cultures, tones and colors. They are the reason why I’m here today with an invite from Pharrell himself and I just feel good to be apart of it. – ASAP Ferg
The art has given me everything that I have and music has opened every door. It allows me to be more than a person with just ideas. – Pharrell Williams
Check out images from the fun-filled night in Brooklyn below.
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