A Fashionable Night at the Ballet

And, Carnegie Hall reopens with a black-tie gala and PEN America honors imprisoned writers.,

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The New York City Ballet held its fashion gala on Sept. 30 at Lincoln Center with new collaborations between choreographers and designers. Carnegie Hall reopened its doors on Oct. 6 with a concert, which featured Yannick Nezet-Seguin conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra, followed by dinner at Cipriani 42nd Street. And PEN America honored three imprisoned Iranian writers at its literary gala on Oct. 5 at the American Museum of Natural History.

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From left: Laverne Cox, Al Roker and Deborah Roberts.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
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From left: Diane Kruger, Hugh Dancy and Claire Danes.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
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From left: Cynthia Rowley, Alan Cumming and Kit Keenan.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
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From left: Dosia McKay, Andrea Miller, Esteban Cortazar, Christopher John Rogers, Sidra Bell and Lido Pimienta.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
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Carnegie Hall reopened on Oct. 6 with Yannick Nezet-Seguin conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra.Credit…Rebecca Smeyne for The New York Times
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Terry Lundgren, center left, and Elizabeth Segerstrom.Credit…Rebecca Smeyne for The New York Times
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From left: Hope Smith, Robert Smith and Jon Batiste.Credit…Rebecca Smeyne for The New York Times

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At PEN America’s gala, from left: Jodie Foster, Henry Louis Gates Jr., Robert A. Iger and Lin-Manuel Miranda.Credit…Nina Westervelt for The New York Times
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Candace Bushnell, left, and Jay McInerney.Credit…Nina Westervelt for The New York Times
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Awkwafina, center, and Jennifer Egan, right.Credit…Nina Westervelt for The New York Times
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