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Carolina Cisneros, the ravishing daughter of Patricia Phelps Cisneros and Gustavo Cisneros of Caracas, New York and the Dominican Republic, and handsome, redheaded Alberto Rodriguez-Diez — a champion golfer and a major developer in Venezuela...

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Expected to fly in from France, England, Portugal,; Spain, Argentina and the Dominican Republic are: United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan and Mrs. Annan, Sir Evelyn and Lady de Rothschild, the Duke and Duchess of San Carlos, Countess Arco, Agnes Gund, Princess Firyal of Jordan and Lionel Pincus, Emilia and Pepe Fanjul, Mercedes and Sid Bass, Ezra and Cécile Zilkha, Hilary and Galen Weston, Cristina Macaya, Mila and Brian Mulroney and their son Mark, David Rockefeller, Beatrice and Julio Mario Santo Domingo and their son Andres with Lauren Davis, Kirk Varnedoe and Elyn Zimmerman, Evelyn and Leonard Lauder, Jo Carole and Ronald Lauder, Donna and Bill Acquavella, Annette and Oscar de la Renta, Pierre Durand, Alfonso Fanjul, Placido Arango, Lord and Lady Black, Adriana Cisneros, Prince Pierre d’Arenberg, Ahmet Ertegun, Tina Fanjul, Carolina and Reinaldo Herrera, Jerry Speyer and Katherine Farley, Paula and Leon Root, Richard Meier, Jamie Niven, Arthur Mitchell, Dick Oldenburg, Emilia and Brian Pfeifler, Alexandra and Arthur Schlesinger, and Clarita Diez de Johnson, the groom’s mother, who is married to Kenneth Johnson, and the groom’s father, Alberto Rodriguez, who is married to Mishka Capriles de Rodriguez.



Catherine Deneuve has instructed her agents to stop allowing the retouching of her photographs to make her look 35. She wants to look good but not that good — 36 maybe? That sort of attitude will never catch on in Hollywood. At the Paris Biennale, everyone thought she looked terrific for any age. Among those looking almost terrific for any age were the First Lady of France Bernadette Chirac, Lee Radziwill, Hubert de Givenchy, Peter Marino and the American Ambassador Howard Leach and his wife, Gretchen, who gave a luncheon at the embassy with Hervé Aaron. At Harry Winston’s stand at the Biennale were his cache of jewels including the new "Twelve to Twilight" collection, and viewing them were such swells as Empress Farah Pahlavi, Elie de Rothschild and Joanne de Guardiola wearing a black Yves Saint Laurent smoking suit and sprouting a new six-inch Belle Epoque diamond bow, a 17th-anniversary present from her husband, Roberto. The collection was introduced yesterday at a reception at the Winston Fifth Avenue salon for those who love to glitter night and day — and know how.
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