Johnson Hartig the designer behind Official Libertine and Neiman Marcus San Francisco has chosen the Curran Theater — interior and exterior scenes of which were used for a Broadway theater in the movie All About Eve, to show Libertine's work to San Francisco socialites and notables.
Entering newly renovated 1920th theater named after great 20th century producer Homer Curran guests found themselves on the stage of the crazy, fantastic, mixed up world of designer Johnson Hartig. Racks of rich with humor, glitter and beauty pieces decorated the stage for guests to browse through while enjoying Japanese cuisine and bubbly.
We asked where Johnson gets his sense of humor and inspiration, Johnson said his DNA is to blame that’s been passed down for millennia.
"We have these morning meetings and you never know when something funny is going to strike you. I store these anecdotes away until I find the perfect use for them."
Among the guests was the honorable Mayor Willie Brown who presented designer Johnson Hartig with a Proclamation that November 13th is Libertine Day in San Francisco. A memorable and exciting evening for the San Francisco organized by Neiman Marcus and Libertine. Bravo and Congratulations Libertine!