Women’s Wear Daily
04.20.2014
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These are the Nineties, they keep reminding us, so take it with a slow roll and no more excessive excess. Among those taking the advice seriously are Princess Maria Pia di Savoia and Prince Michel de Bourbon-Parme,...

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These are the Nineties, they keep reminding us, so take it with a slow roll and no more excessive excess. Among those taking the advice seriously are Princess Maria Pia di Savoia and Prince Michel de Bourbon-Parme, permanent Palm Beach residents, who have decided to keep it simple and give up their rather large villa for a rather smaller one. Palaces have long been a thing of the past.

On the other hand, Terry Allen Kramer and Irwin Kramer are building what sounds like a grande maison on several acres of recently acquired Palm Beach beachfront. Don't even think of holding your breath because it won't be finished for at least two years. Meanwhile, the Kramers have rented a house on El Vedado Way, where one of their first guests was the Duke of Marlborough, La!

It's in the genes. Zack Starkey, the oldest son of the Beatle Ringo Starr and Maureen Starkey Tigrett, has been set to play the drums on Roger Daltrey's international tour this summer. That's Roger Daltrey of The Who fame. Yo. And don't stop the presses.

Jay McInerney and his pretty blonde wife, the jewelry designer Helen Bransford, bought a farm outside Nashville, Helen's hometown, where they plan to live half the year. Eeieeio. To celebrate it all, Jay gave Helen a goat which she calls Chew-Chew. Say, that's cute. Helen's so crazy for Chew-Chew that Jay bought her another one. When she names the latest nanny -- or billy -- you'll be the first to know. Meanwhile, go about your business.

The McInerneys are leaving the goats behind while they nip off to the Kentucky Derby as guests of Barbara and Henryk de Kwiatkowski of Calumet Farm. Y'all have fun.

Shakira Caine is all aflutter. Saks has just agreed to put her scarf and jewelry designs in 10 of its stores around the country, including New York, San Francisco, Chicago and Los Angeles. Her jewelry is made in England and her silk scarves in India, and you can shop for them in the fall. After the fall, too.
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