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Followers include Bunny Williams, Richard Mishaan, and Ken Fulk, along with assorted glitterati such as Sofia Vergara.
Food allergy diets have been popular among the glitterati for a few decades.
It’s no mystery why the international glitterati flock here—the village’s steep, narrow stone streets and breathtakingly beautiful blue waters really are the stuff of dreams (ours, anyway).
His message to the glitterati: Don’t expect special treatment.
Among China’s wealthiest travelers, expeditions to both Poles are expected to get even hotter over the next three years, according to a June report by the Hurun Research Institute, which keeps tabs on the whims and fancies of the Chinese glitterati.
Already the undisputed destination of choice for the media and literary glitterati, Wednesday lunch at Michael's rivals, if not exceeds, the star power of the Four Seasons on most days.
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: people who are famous, wealthy, and attractive
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