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Archive for September, 2021

Vanderbilt Genes: “I don’t talk about it,” says Anderson Cooper

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In Fall 2004, I conducted an interview with Gloria Vanderbilt and her son Anderson Cooper for Bergdorf Goodman Magazine. In honor of Cooper’s just-published book (co-authored by Katherine Howe) on his mother’s family, here is that conversation: Gloria Laura Vanderbilt, a great-great-great grand-daughter of Cornelius Vanderbilt, aka The Commodore, first entered the public eye as the 10-year-old object of a bitter custody battle pitting her penniless widowed mother against her millionairess aunt Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, the pedigreed bohemian who founded the Whitney Museum. Nicknamed the “poor little rich girl” by the tabloid press, Gloria grew up to become a beauty, … Continue reading

How Did We Get Here? The Rise and Fall of the Met’s Costume Ball

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This exclusive excerpt adapted from the 2009 book, Rogues’ Gallery: The Secret History of the Moguls and the Money That Made the Metropolitan Museum, tells the story of the museum’s annual costume party. The 2021 edition of the event will be held tomorrow night. The Party of the Year, as it was originaly known, was an annual gala planned to raise $25,000 a year to add to the new Costume Institute’s endowment and, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s board hoped, generate publicity and prestige. The first, held in 1948, honored the designer Norman Norell. The second, a supper dance at … Continue reading

ViceTV takes on vice in Fashion

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ViceTV is first out of the box with a doc on the dark side of fashion modeling, pegged to the legal troubles of model agents Jean-Luc Brunel and Gerald Marie. Model and I are part of the story. Click here to see a preview.

All in the Family

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Former treasury guy for the still-an-asshole guy Steven Mnuchin has finally offloaded his long-empty 740 Park Avenue apartment, writes real estate reporter Kim Velsey. The 8th and 9th floor A-line duplex, in his family for three generations, has been sold to a member of another longtime 740 family, Lacey Tisch, daughter of Andrew, whose uncle Thomas and wife Alice Tisch live right next door in the building’s B-line. Both apartments look out over Park Avenue, though Lacey’s place is a bit more majestic. “It took three years and a $10 million price cut,” Velsey writes of the apartment “first listed … Continue reading