SOCIAL DIARY The last day of the 2018 holiday season and we're recording the New Year's Eve party of the Coconuts in Palm Beach, first hosted a century ago, and now the party of the year.
SOCIAL HISTORY Re-visiting Augustus Mayhew's piece on the "history" of the Coconuts/Cocoanuts from1920 to 2018.
HOUSE Re-visiting our interview with William Meyer, who recently passed away after a yearlong battle with Pancreatic cancer. Together with his husband, Wayne Adler, he owned the two long established and eponymous home décor stores William Wayne & Co. He will be missed for his humor, biting wit and knowing sense of style.?
SOCIAL DIARY Quiet New York holidays continue; a New York cab ride with stand-up; the archival photos in the new Colony Hotel bar and grill in PB; and in DC, the Freer Sackler at the Smithsonian has a special performance.
SOCIAL DIARY The International Debutante Ball last Saturday evening at the Pierre was a beautiful evening for the participants evoked many memories for the spectators.
SOCIAL DIARY Our traditional New Year's Eve page of Holiday and Christmas cards we received this year.
SOCIAL DIARY Considering pumpkin pies and grand dames on this upcoming holiday weekend.
PARTY PICTURES The National Institute of Social Sciences celebrated its 104th annual Gold Medal Dinner; The Queen Sofía Spanish Institute's Sophia Award for Excellence Luncheon in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Sofía; A party to celebrate the opening of Galerie Gmurzynska in New York City.
GUEST DIARY Head Butler's Jesse Kornbluth reviews "American Lady: The Life of Susan Mary Alsop by Caroline de Maergerie that chronicales "a low-battery marriage a torrid romance with a married womanizer and a second marriage to a gay man she never slept with."
SOCIAL DIARY Inspired by Jesse's review of Susan Mary's biography, we were reminded of a review I wrote here in the Diary ten years ago of another Susan Mary biography; this one by her only son whose "father" was not his real father.
Trang web cá cược trực tuyếnGUEST DIARY Mitchell Owens writes a personal appreciation of Marion “Oatsie” Charles, a Southern belle from Alabama who became the last of American society’s grande dames who died on December 5th at the age of 99.
"When Dreams Came True," the fated tale of Joanne Connelley, one of the most glamorous (and famous) New York debutantes, the beautiful child of a socially ambitious mother, Part I and Part II.
Trang web cá cược trực tuyếnSOCIAL DIARY The final days before Christmas, New York is busy, Michael's is busy, at lunch we learn about a great way to give a gift to an admired or deserving person as well as bless us all with nature's beauty; plus the NewYork-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medicine hosts their annual Cabaret with Earth Wind & Fire providing the entertainment.
Trang web cá cược trực tuyếnPARTY PICTURES The Salzburg Festival Society celebrated The Salzburg Festival with its annual black-tie evening; A festive holiday party benefiting Ballet Palm Beach; Gil Walsh and Johnny Johnson celebrated the holiday season in PB at Gil's newly opened design studio.
PARTY PICTURES The Order of St. John of Jerusalem—one of the world's oldest orders of chivalry—The Commandery of New York held its Annual Charity Holiday Gala at the Metropolitan Club.