Party in the Park Raffle – The Coomi Surprise

The Party in the Park Committee is thrilled to announce the 2017 Raffle package.

We thank COOMI for her generous donation in partnership with Neiman Marcus. The COOMI collection has international recognition for pieces that share feminine, yet powerful lines, handcrafted in high karat gold, with rose cut diamonds and precious gemstones. A true renaissance women, Coomi Bhasin’s creativity and inherent artistic nature has driven her career as a textile designer, architect, and landscape designer and now fuels her jewelry collection.

How the Raffle Worked

Coomi-box-1350 mystery raffle boxes were offered at $225 each. One lucky participant won the gorgeous COOMI cuff and alligator bag totaling over $62,000. COOMI one of a kind Crocodile Eternity Bag with rose cut diamonds in 20kt gold. Retail: $34,000 and COOMI one of a kind Rubelite and Diamond Cuff from the Vitality collection in 20kt gold. Retail: $28,000.

All raffle participants were winners because each box included a surprise scarf from COOMI and Neiman Marcus. When everyone opened their boxes the lucky winner was revealed!

Our Thanks to Coomi for her support and generosity

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Born in Bombay, India and a graduate of art history and design, Coomi Bhasin began her career in jewelry over a decade ago. She and her husband Hari, a commercial builder, relocated to the U.S. in 1977. Her experience as an architect, landscape and textile designer, helped to harness her creativity and artistic nature that launched her namesake label in 2002. We are unbelievably grateful for her support of green space, in particular this year’s Party in the Park which benefits the Justine Mee Liff Fund for the Emerald Necklace. To learn more about Coomi and her jewelry.

17th Annual Party in the Park

to benefit the Justine Mee Liff Fund for the Emerald Necklace

Save the Date: Wednesday, May 12, 2021

PIP Committee

For more Party in the Park information, contact Jamie Santuccio.

Party Photos

Every Sunday through 9/18, park rangers from Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site will be on-site at the Shattuck Visitor Center!

Stop by the Center at 125 The Fenway to chat with expert rangers and learn about Olmsted's "most important work," the Emerald Necklace.