The model Jacquelyn Jablonski might be among the legions of New Yorkers making their way out east this Memorial Day weekend, but she's not just there to get some sun: the Victoria's Secret alum is hosting a dinner at Montauk hang-out The Surf Lodge on Saturday night for Autism Tomorrow, her new nonprofit that supports those on the autism spectrum, like her younger brother, with transitioning to adulthood. Jablonski likes to stay busy: Just back from the Cannes film festival, where she was supporting amfAR, Jablonski's already found her way to East Village house shows, Pilates classes, and a classic Russian novel. Read on for the rest of her culture diet and go-to New York spots.
First thing you read in the morning:
I am guilty of checking my group chat with messages from my crazy friends first. Then the news.
Books on your bedside table right now:
The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov.
The TV shows that have been keeping you up at night:
Game of Thrones, and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia for a good laugh.
Last movie you saw in theaters:
Current workout of choice:
Favorite summer drink:
The Surf Lodge! I'm hosting a dinner there Saturday for the nonprofit organization we recently launched, Autism Tomorrow. The foundation will strive to provide more opportunities for adults with autism when their schooling ends. Nearly half a million teens with autism will age into adulthood over the next decade and they need our help.
Last song you had on repeat:
"Fade" by Kanye West.
Last concert you saw live:
My friend Mickey Madden’s new project Collapsing Scenery. They played at a house party in the East Village.
How you get your news:
Last thing you do before bed:
Do not disturb mode on.