Some luncheons require dutiful attendance but amount to a minimum of fun. The kind we prefer require designated drivers, preferably at the wheels of stretch limos. The St. Valentine’s Day Luncheon happily falls into the latter category, especially this year. After all, it was the 25th anniversary of the event, and every fashion editor’s fave designer Brian Reyes—just days away from his appearance at New York’s Fashion Week—was in town to show his line. Jewelry designer Ashley Montgomery dished about her April wedding in Belize, and Dawn Weeks-Spalding talked up August’s Simply Summer, Simply Shoes event. Luncheon co-chair Janie Condon chatted with us for a breathless moment just after saying hello to Reyes backstage. “He was jittery, but I told him he looked hot,” she reported. We wandered into the Anatole’s Chantily Ballroom and found our place at one of the Stanley Korshak tables, near the runway. It’s good to be at the table with Korshak owner Crawford Brock and the featured designer. Nancy Rogers sent over two bottles of Cristal. Though Reyes and crew had a big night out at Nobu the evening before, he was all grins as models strutted down the runway in his creations.