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Advisers with a variety of backgrounds hopped aboard, such as socialite Dori Cooperman and Avi Savar, who runs Dreamit, according to their LinkedIn pages.
Three eccentric socialites buttress Judith Mackrell’s The Unfinished Palazzo (Thames & Hudson).
The FBI has inserted itself into an ongoing state case in Miami involving two suspects accused of sextorting Julieanna Goddard, a South Beach socialite who goes by YesJulz online.
Tinsley had a breakdown after a gossip site wrote about her and Sonja Morgan As a former socialite, Mortimer is used to her name being in the press.
The late actress and socialite’s will has been revealed, and according to probate court documents obtained by PEOPLE, all of her assets have been consolidated into a trust of which von Anhalt, 74, is the sole trustee.
The socialite was seen wearing a seafoam green number at Wimbledon today, featuring delicate spaghetti straps and two fluttery sleeves that tied just past her shoulders.
On Day 3 of Wimbledon, the newlywed socialite showed up to the elite tennis tournament in a lace sheer dress by Self-Portrait.
Socialite novelist invites eccentric medium to home for seance to gather material for next book, but scheme backfires.
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Definition of socialite for English Language Learners
: someone who is well-known in fashionable society and is often seen at parties and other social events for wealthy people
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