Remembering a trip to the White House for the wedding of Tricia Nixon to Edward Cox.
The exuberant looks of Tatiana Pritchett Smith link old Palm Beach with the new.
The new metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center relocated from the original at Broadway and 39th Street and opened on Friday, September 18, 1966. The excitement was visible as the glamorous audience took their seats for Anthony & Cleopatra, a dazzling production with Leontyne Price and Justino Díaz in the leads.
A fortuitous moment in Mami when the Beatles took the ring with Cassius Clay.
She was a supermodel before the term was invented. Yet, to me, a better way to describe the remarkable Lauren Hutton would be persona extraordinaire.
May 11, 1978. New York City. Studio 54. Midnight.
Tom Wolfe was the last of the Gadflies. There were others—Truman Capote, Norman Mailer, Andy Warhol, Diana Vreeland, Muhammad Ali—to name only a few. These, some of the brilliant characters who inhabited and influenced the last half of the 20th century, are all gone. Each made their own specific dent in history, in style, in the way we think, in the way we looked at life.