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At Your Service

Talking with Ian Schrager about his full-service residences at 50 Gramercy Park South.

Wheel of Fortune

Spinning with ceramicist Amanda Moffat.

In the Buff

Regulars on the party circuit this week were either bidding on nude pictures or talking about their Skivvies ... At sea with Maud Fontenoy

Water Logged

NEW YORK — To anyone who’s seen the film “Open Water,” wherein two scuba divers are stranded in shark-infested waters after their tour boat leaves them behind, the idea of finding oneself alone in the middle of the ocean is...

Heat Stroke

Attendees at the New York City Ballet's Dance with the Dancers event grappled with the heat and the ambiguous dress code of "Cannes Chic."

Happy Father's Day

So what's it like to be the spouse of an oft-photographed social swan? Despite having to squire their wives around to an endless parade of black-tie fetes and designer dinners as well as be bossed out of shots by photographers, this gallant group...

Wicked Irish

"Cult" is a rather extreme term, calling to mind images of strange rituals or innocent young actresses being seduced to Scientology. But Barry McCrea, whose debut novel, "The First Verse," is out this month from Carroll & Graf, applies it to more...

Eye Scoops: Dark Night ... So Long, Soto

DARK NIGHT: When Carolyne Roehm threw open the doors of her new East 57th Street duplex Monday night to fete Marian McEvoy and her "Glue Gun Decor" book, there was some unexpected excitement. Shortly after the cocktail party started,...

Courting the Muses

VENICE — "I'm with the most intelligent people in the world at the moment," beamed Miuccia Prada at Fondazione Prada's party at the 51st Art Biennale here last Thursday to honor Carston Holler, Rem...

History Lesson

LOS ANGELES — It was the perfect setting for celebrating a book called "Looking at Los Angeles": the pool deck of the landmark Argyle Hotel, where co-editors Ben Stiller and Marla Hamburg Kennedy sat down for dinner with 40 friends, overlooking...

Guys & Gardens

Calvin Klein opened his Southampton home to more than 250 guests for the Parrish Art Museum's Landscape Pleasures benefit.

European Affairs

"You know they rub Sisley cream on the flower stems to make them grow like that," said Diana d'Hendecourt, pointing to the big bowls of hot pink peonies on the tables at Harry's Bar in London. For a second, everyone believed...

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