Tonight, DuJour Magazine hosted a cover party for Paul Pierce welcoming the new Brooklyn Net and his wife to New York at The Palm-Tribeca.
Guests included fellow Nets Alan Anderson and Deron Williams, Page Six’s Richard Johnson, former Mets closer John Franco and DuJour CEO/Founder and very excitable event host Jason Binn.
If it sounds like a New York high society gathering, you’re not far off.
According to the New York Times:
…Du Jour, the new print-digital hybrid from Jason Binn, the founder of Ocean Drive, Hamptons and other society yearbooks. In order to receive it, you have to meet at least five of seven criteria, which include an average net worth of $5 million, liquid assets of $1 million, a house worth $1.5 million and other such stuff.
Wait a minute. Who let Anderson in?