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Patricia Barham, a publisher and socialite, is another former resident.
Philip Baty, who runs the Duchess of Windsor Museum, is selling the items related to Baltimore socialite Wallis Simpson online in May, timing it with the date of the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Since 1839, rowers and socialites alike have gathered here to tackle the high tide and high life.
This spring, the Frazier History Museum will present a retrospective on the classic and unique style of the socialite from Kentucky.
Other models include Bea Fresson, an Oxford student and stepsister of socialite and model Alice Naylor-Leyland, Laura Murray, a granddaughter of Lord Baybrooke, according to Business Insider.
The musical follows Kelly's fashion-loving socialite as she's pursued by three different suitors.
Power-broker types come for the moody main room and its steaks and seafood, but look for socialites and swells huddled around the fireplace in the cozy Bar/Bistro.
When La Goulue, the clubby French restaurant favored by Upper East Side socialites and others in the Black Card set, reopened in January after an eight-year absence, a certain rush was to be expected.
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