CEO, Founder and Master Chocolatier Maribel Lieberman of MarieBelle New York, with Resident Magazine Editor-in-Chief Hillary Latos and Publisher Christopher Pape, celebrated the cover of the December 2018 Holiday issue.
MarieBelle New York offers the perfect way to show appreciation any time of the year with significant gifts for corporate gifts, weddings, baby showers, party favors, branded events or anything you like!
MarieBelle is the artisanal chocolate company you need to know.
We never want you to leave Harlem, but if you do – it’s the most wonderful time of the year.
Famed Chocolatier, and CEO Founder of MarieBelle New York, Maribel Lieberman, will be featured in the film, Chocolate Road.
Painter, sculptor, and former dancer Gabriela Gil has opened her first New York solo exhibition this week.
The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation’s (SWCRF) was proud to hold the return of one of the biggest charity events of the summer, The Hamptons Happening!
Returning this season, MarieBelle has the sweetest gift for that special chocolate lover in your life with their Izak Zenou Valentine’s Day Ganache Box, Truffle Box, and Chocolate Bars.
As the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons continues to rehabilitate and successfully release animals back into the wild across Eastern Long Island, there was more to celebrate at the 14th Annual GET WILD Benefit.
Philanthropist and event chair Jean Shafiroff hosted a kickoff party in honor of the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation’s (SASF) 13th Annual Unconditional Love Gala.
Media, friends, and family welcomed iconic suit maker Richard James of Richard James Savile Row to his first US store location just 30 minutes from Harlem on 57th and Park Avenue in NYC.
The 14th Annual Hamptons Happening celebrated the achievements and charitable contributions benefitting the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation (SWCRF) at Kenneth and Maria Fishel’s Bridgehampton estate.
The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation (SWCRF) hosted its fifth annual “Collaborating for a Cure Luncheon” at the private Upper East Side residence of Susan Gutfreund in New York City.