In the opening sentence of an article by a writer in a fashion magazine last month on fashion designer Vera Wang‘s years-long renovation of a Park Avenue duplex she inherited from her parents (address not identified), I’m referred to as follows: “THERE ARE 17 televisions in Vera Wang’s palatial Manhattan residence in a 1929 Art Deco building so famous that someone wrote a whole book about it.” Just for the record, the building and the book are both called 740 Park, and Wang’s residence there is noted on page 472 (i.e. it’s not a secret). The book was published in 2005, became a New York Times bestseller, and remains in print fifteen years later. Buy it by clicking any of the hot links. If you want to read the article, I imagine someone can tell you where to find it.