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Bella NYC Magazine host the #DinewithDerek soiree in NYC

On January 30, Derek Warburton, Style Director of Bella NYC Magazine along with Courtenay Hall, Editor in Chief hosted Dine with Derek at Manon restaurant in NYC. The night was to kick off their new "Slammin' Six" fashion bloggers in-book feature that will highlight six of the most savvy and stylish bloggers every month.

#DinewithDerek NYC
#DinewithDerek NYC
Lora Warnick
Bella NYC Magazine Derek Warburton & Editor In Chief Courtenay Hall
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With NYC Fashion Week approaching, it was the perfect time to dine and dish with some of the industry's most influential tastemakers. Celebrity guests included Jackie Miranne from VH1, Jersey Couture's Kimberly Gambale, Marysol Castro of Pix11 and Carla Marie of z100's Elvis Duran Show. Everyone got a sneak peek of the season's trends styled by the event's host, Celebrity Style Expert, Derek Warburton from sponsors Old Navy, Hipknoties, Lysse, Jane Basch Jewelry, Still Standing and more! As the festivities continued throughout the evening, guests noshed on food and desserts by TreatHouse NY.

As part of his new appointment as Style Director of Bella NYC Magazine, Warburton will play an integral role in leading the style direction of Bella NYC Magazine. Warburton is known for his savvy and vibrant personality, -along with clothes, which compliments his ability to create looks for many of the celebrities he works with and has led him to be featured in The New York Times, Marie Claire, In Touch, Life & Style. He is also recognized for his philanthropy work which includes his involvement with the Bottomless Closet that gives women clothing attire to prepare for the career they want and help to build their self esteem. He has also been named ambassador of the Doe Fund which he takes part in annually. To learn more about Derek, visit

Also pick up the fabulous and stylish read, Bella NYC Magazine and visit online Also a special thanks to Dana Prigge of

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