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Lee’s life contradicts the trajectory followed by most upper-class socialites, and her choice of a traditionally feminine medium clashes with the dioramas’ morose subject matter.
The socialite let filmmakers use her actual closet as the set.
But aside from that, Steinem is basically a socialite who always hid her early dependence on men in the social scene in New York.
Hannah Bronfman isn’t your typical American socialite.
Rich and beautiful girls in the 2000s wanted to be socialites (see: Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie).
Nate broke Blair's heart, and then had his heart broken by Serena, while Chuck bedded every model and wannabe socialite above 60th Street — and maybe even a few downtown.
Lauren Ashley Carter plays a young woman hired by a New York socialite (Sean Young) to house-sit for lavish Manhattan apartment.
David Tang was a flamboyant and outspoken socialite and entrepreneur who founded the Shanghai Tang fashion brand.
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