French Toast

A torrent of immigrant VIPs in town for a week of the most glamorous parties of La Rentrée raised the normally still waters of Paris’ social swim to flood level last week. "Parli Italiano?" was the question of the night when director Franco...

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The following night, many of the same crowd, as well as Hélène David Weill, Cécile Zilkha, Marina and Michael of Greece, Sydney Picasso, Pierre Rosenberg and Beatrice Rothschild, Lee Radziwill, Susan Gutfreund, Deeda Blair and Sandy and Jean Yturbe attended a gala preview of the Biennale des Antiquaires, the most important art and antiques fair in Paris. With summer tans still visible on some faces, members of the social crowd were already talking about their winter plans. Doris Brynner said that she still loves the mountains, but has given up skiing. More or less.

"It’s like an old lover you can’t resist," she joked. "I go back to it from time to time."
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