It was wedding bells for Leonard Lauder, son of the iconic Estee Lauder, founder of the company that bears her name. Leonard Lauder, at the age of 81, married photographer Judith Ellis Glickman, 76, in a ceremony officiated by Glickman’s sons, rabbi Brenner and rabbi Jeffrey Glickman, as reported by the New York Times.
Glickman’s photography appears in the Howard Greenberg gallery in New York, the J. Paul Getty museum, the Whitney museum and the Holocaust Memorial in Washington D.C. Her father was also a photographer whose work was featured in the book, “For the Love of It: The photography of Irving Bennett Ellis.”
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Lauder was the chairman of Estee Lauder from 1995 to 2009, and now he is chairman emeritus, as well as the chairman of the board. He also serves as the chairman emeritus of the Whitney, a charter trustee of the University of Pennsylvania and chairman of the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation.