This week, Suzanne Rogers hosted an intimate dinner in celebration of Emilia Wickstead. The New Zealand-born designer, who is now based in London, is beloved by royals and celebrities alike (the Duchess of Cambridge is a huge fan). 
<p>Over at Saks Fifth Avenue, a fashionable set turned out to fete Canadian artist Trevor Andrew, aka GucciGhost. The Nova Scotia native was invited to revamp the store's windows, which he did in style by designing a graffiti-laden  playground that had partygoers reaching for their cameras.  </p>
A conservation-minded crowd gathered in downtown Toronto to celebrate the 2017 Waterkeeper Gala in support of Lake Ontario Waterkeeper/ Swim Drink Fish Canada. The event featured an art action and performance by Canadian singer Bahamas. 
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<h4><strong>Chuck Berry - March 18</strong></h4><p>The rock legend passed away at the age of 90 at his home in Missouri. The St. Charles County Police Department confirmed the death on their Facebook page, writing: "The family requests privacy during this time of bereavement." Often dubbed "the father of rock 'n' roll," Chuck (or more officially, Charles Edward Anderson Berry Sr.) was beloved in the music industry, influencing famed groups like The Rolling Stones and The Beatles.</p><p>With hit songs like 'Maybellene,' 'Roll Over Beethoven,' and 'Johnny B Goode,' Chuck helped to develop the rock 'n' roll sound into a distinctive genre and never stopped creating powerful songs.</p><p>The star was making music until the day he passed away, planning to release his first studio album in almost 40 years in June. The album, which is called 'Chuck,' was to be comprised of mostly new material.</p><p>Photo: Vladimir Artev/Epsilon/Getty Images</p>

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