The Friends of the High Line hosted a summer benefit at Pier Sixty in Manhattan this June to celebrate the non-profit organizationâ€™s 10th anniversary. Honored were actor and board member Edward Norton and board members Lisa Marie and Philip Falcone. An after-party was held on the High Line itself. The High Line was built in the 1930s as part of a massive public-private infrastructure that lifted freight train traffic 30 feet into the air. In 1999, Friends of the High Line was formed to advocate for the High Lineâ€™s preservation and reuse as an open public space. I was invited to the event by Peter Lichtenthal, president of Bumble and bumble. EsteÃ© Lauder, which owns the haircare giant, bought a table at the event, which raised more than $2 million to go toward the maintenance and operation of High Line Park.