Aileen Mehle
American journalist
Aileen Mehle
Aileen Mehle is an American columnist, most active in the 1960s. She is perhaps best known as an occasional panelist on the game show What's My Line?. In an amusing segment on What's My Line, her son appeared as a mystery guest. She also made a cameo appearance in Batman, looking out her window as Robin and Batman walk up her building's outside wall. She was credited as Suzy Knickerbocker.
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Carolina Herrera a pleuré après son premier défilé ! - Bluewin
Google News - over 5 years
La journaliste américaine Aileen Mehle était présente et elle a révélé que Carolina était terrifiée à l'idée d'avoir fait une erreur. L'événement a été très stressant pour elle et elle a eu du mal à croire qu'il a été bien accueilli par les experts en
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The National Arts Council's Fashion Committee pays a tribute to 100 years of ... - scallywagandvagabond
Google News - almost 6 years
Launching columns like “Scoop” and “Suzy” by Aileen Mehle, a catchy paragraph initially dedicated to celebrity and aristocracy as they related to fashion, WWD has become what I have been told by kindred folk more than a trade publication but a foray
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The Palace Maker
NYTimes - about 13 years
WHILE architecture and design aficionados debate the merits of the latest Frank Gehry museum or the value of Michael Graves products at Target, Peter Marino, an architect and interior designer, is completing a four-story, 22,000-square-foot boutique for Louis Vuitton this week on Fifth Avenue at 57th Street, one of the most conspicuous corners in
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THE PICTURE SUBJECTS TALK BACK
NYTimes - over 14 years
He calls grown-up women child, and his coterie of young friends muffin. Bill Cunningham has been a habitual presence on the streets of New York for nearly 50 years, and Paris and London know him, too. But as a subject, he has been elusive, a shadow on the run with his camera, who still worries, at 73, about falling into ''the traps of the rich.''
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That Rarity, the Marriage That Lasted
NYTimes - almost 15 years
If contemporary social life in New York's upper echelons breeds little more than party invitations engraved on heavy vellum, it breeds dispensability. Marriages are the first commodities to go when the mood to restructure strikes. Perhaps that's why so many of the 476 guests at Friday night's party celebrating Nan and Thomas Kempner's 50th wedding
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A Giver of Parties That a Set Jetted In For
NYTimes - almost 16 years
WHEN Mary Wells Lawrence was 12 and growing up in the small town of Poland, Ohio, she had a recurring dream about an imposing white house perched on a cliff above the sea. ''Believe me, I knew nothing of big houses or oceans when I was 12,'' she said. She had forgotten the dream until she came to the Côte d'Azur, in the south of France, some 25
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MIRROR, MIRROR; Quest to Soothe the Savage Breast
NYTimes - over 16 years
IN May, an old friend came to town on business. We had lunch at the sort of late-80's restaurant that, with its Bisquick biscuits and corn bread and homemade lime soda, used to be called new American, and filled in the narrative blanks of our recent histories; it had been 15 years since we'd seen one another. Afterward, we picked our way through
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Overdressed For Overkill: Vive La France!
NYTimes - about 17 years
WHAT with all the white-gloved waiters, the caviar, the lobster and truffled veal for 650 guests, the cases of Chateau Cheval Blanc (at $135 a bottle), and last, but by no means least, all the women decked out in haute couture feathers and silk, Wednesday night's gala to open the new LVMH Tower on East 57th Street was certainly a French affair.
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VIEW; Those New Teen-Age Movies Fogged My Glasses
NYTimes - almost 18 years
THE trailers and buzz have begun for ''American Pie,'' a fantastically puerile summer movie that could be the next ''Porky's.'' Despite its leering, sophomoric crudeness, the most shocking thing about ''American Pie'' is how tame it looks next to the other teen-age movies out there. The worst thing that happens is that a confused teen-age boy
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Woman Ascending A Marble Staircase
NYTimes - about 19 years
Julia Flesher Koch, a young woman of manners and social ambition from Conway, Ark., much admired in her Upper East Side circle for marrying one of the richest men in America, made her New York society debut last month when she ascended the stairs of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in an explosion of flashbulbs and expectations. It was what the Met
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BENEFITS
NYTimes - almost 20 years
Long Wharf Party MONDAY -- James Naughton and Rita Moreno will be among those who will perform at the Puck Building, a benefit for the Long Wharf Theater in New Haven. The evening will begin with a Champagne reception at 6:30, followed by dinner at 8 and the performances at 9:30. Tickets, $350, from (203) 787-4284. Teaching Responsibility MONDAY --
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The Upstaging Of High Society
NYTimes - almost 22 years
SOCIALITES are an endangered species. A few years ago, women like Ann Getty, Pat Buckley, C. Z. Guest and Carolyne Roehm were the stars of glossy magazines and tabloid gossip columns, providing ordinary citizens a window on the prerogatives -- and peccadilloes -- of some of America's most privileged citizens. But now, socialites are fading from the
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CHRONICLE
NYTimes - almost 23 years
JACQUELINE KENNEDY ONASSIS, who was reported last month to be undergoing chemotherapy for non-Hodgkins lymphoma, has agreed to serve as the chairwoman of the American Ballet Theater's spring gala on May 9. Mrs. Onassis has continued to work as a book editor during her treatment for the disease, a treatable form of cancer of the lymphatic system,
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EGOS & IDS; The Food Fight That Wasn't
NYTimes - over 23 years
William Norwich, the New York Post gossip columnist, aided and abetted by Liz Smith, the New York Newsday gossip columnist, was intent on irking a rival on Tuesday. The scene was a benefit auction at Sotheby's for God's Love We Deliver, an organization that provides meals for homebound people with AIDS. Mr. Norwich (right), bidding on behalf of
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Fractured Fairy Tale
NYTimes - almost 24 years
THEY were one of those couples whose last names became superfluous. Henry and Carolyne were like Eleanor and Franklin, Ron and Nancy, Scott and Zelda, Calvin and Kelly, Romeo and Juliet. Alas, they ended up like Charles and Diana. Earlier this month, Aileen Mehle, William Norwich and Liz Smith announced in their columns that Henry Kravis, 49, the
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New Yorkers, etc.
NYTimes - about 25 years
Sometimes -- who knows how these things come to be -- one can tell instinctively that no matter how magnificent the wrapping paper, no matter how breathtakingly big the bow, within the box itself under mounds of tissue lurks what may very well be the Ugliest and Most Unwanted Gift in the World. Properly prepared to be the recipient of such an item,
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Silver Anniversary, in Black and White
NYTimes - over 25 years
On the silver anniversary of Truman Capote's Black and White Ball for 540 "people I like," Princess Yasmin Aga Kahn gave a Black and White Ball for a charity she loves. "And you know what?" said the television critic Joel Siegel, pointing a fork at his dinner plate. "What?" said the fashion designer Donna Karan. "This is the same chicken they
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CHRONICLE
NYTimes - over 25 years
The New York Post has hired WILLIAM NORWICH, a former society columnist for The Daily News, to succeed AILEEN MEHLE (SUZY, that is), as The Post's society columnist, PETER S. KALIKOW, the newspaper's publisher, said yesterday. Ms. Mehle, who is joining Fairchild Publications, publisher of Women's Wear Daily and W, will stop writing for The Post
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Suzy ('There's Only One') Switches Papers
NYTimes - over 25 years
Even as New York's social whirl calms down, the movements of the journalists who chronicle it quicken. Yesterday, Aileen Mehle, the society writer known as Suzy, said she would leave The New York Post to write for Fairchild Publications, which publishes Women's Wear Daily and W, beginning in October. Recently, Liz Smith, the Daily News columnist,
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COMMENCEMENTS; Priest and Dancer Among Those Honored at Hunter College
NYTimes - over 25 years
A dancer, a Jesuit priest, a business leader and two poets received honorary degrees from Hunter College of the City University of New York during the school's 163rd commencement exercises. A total of 1,890 students graduated from Hunter at ceremonies on Tuesday and yesterday. At the Tuesday ceremonies, held for graduates in the humanities, arts,
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