Donny Deutsch was oddly holding a promotional party for the launch of Sony’s Dash internet appliance. Vanity Fair’s Jessica Flint spent her time gawking at the real estate and name-brand art collection:
The intimate event was held in what could only be considered the drawing room of Deutsch’s approximately 6,000-square-foot “transition” home in the Trump Park Avenue building. (His $21 million townhouse on East 78th Street, purchased in 2006, is still undergoing renovations.) […] discerning eyes tried to identify which artists had cranked out which works dispersed around the room. Our circle discovered pieces by Andy Warhol, Takashi Murakami, Richard Prince, and Jeff Koons—and there was even a Warhol–and–Jean-Michel Basquiat–collaboration canvas (one of fewer than 100 that were supposedly produced). There were also rumors of a Damien Hirst medicine cabinet and a Warhol portrait of Nelson Rockefeller down the hallway to the right of the elevator doors. Somewhat surprisingly, however, seamlessly integrated with the exhibition-quality art collection were color photographs of Deutsch with his loved ones, set in clear frames.