so – yesterday – as we didn’t manage to Post last night…..forgive.
here we go (do you have some strong coffee to hand? it might be a long one – but you never know…)
there was an Early Breakfast with some Television Executives from England (and a great deal of Nodding and Eye Contact and extemporizing-when-required and generally being Very Excited about this new project that we are consulting on – can’t say what it is – but it’s Deeply Beautiful and Business-like).
it was at the Dream Hotel – serafina restaurant – do you know it?
Lots of sequins on-the-walls.
and Industry legends
with very sartorially-impressive-pocket-Squares.
and we were completely On Time for our lunch with someone-very-chic (who also used to be anonymous for a long while and then did a big reveal).
*we did warn you this was a Rather Fashionable 24 hours ;-)
with an extraordinary View over Central Park (and the Plaza next door).
Then there was Just Time to take the escalator all the way down to admire the mint green walls and 1930s light fixtures.
Then we were Struck (no, not dumb) by the thought that this day felt Very Familiar in all its Fashionable-ness with locales and light fixtures and people with pocket squares and walls-decked-in-sequins……..
the entire day was straight out of a Judith Krantz novel.
no, not I’ll Take Manhattan (we wouldn’t dare presume – and anyway, we’re leaving soon, that would be rude to do so and run).
the most important thing about having a day out of Judith-krantz-Novel is that one Truly Appreciates it.
and scrapbooks it.
those are just our scrapbooks from the past five years ;-)
lots of glorious people, places and things.
and we’re doing some more portraits tomorrow – here’s the Cecil Beaton-esq set we built today chez teamgloria.
white satin gives such a lovely sweet lighting bounce to the face, we have found.
talking of glamourous moments – we curled up in bed last night to finish Mr. G. S. Snyder’s novel (actually, his third) – (it’s thrilling – very well-paced and insider Hollywood and West Hollywood adjacent gossip and wrong-doing and naughtiness and a congenial sub-plot involving, gosh, we can’t Possibly say) – and then we sat up in Shock and (very good) Surprise.
we’re in the acknowledgements.
well. she is.
you know, who-we-play-in-Real-Life (sort of).
and what a glamorous end to a Very Fashionable 24 hours indeed.
in the acknowledgements of a book about Hollywood and its environs.
we’re even In the Book – did we tell you?
well – we cannot reveal any details – but there’s a simply Splendid English Woman who has a glamorous Life and Travels The World and is generally Very sensible in giving-advice (when asked, using on a Transatlantic Trunk Call, in the middle of the night in CHINA – or Paris, naturally).
The Author signed it to all three of us.
or as William says: GLORIAous.