Lady Victoria Hervey
British socialite
Lady Victoria Hervey
Lady Victoria Frederica Isabella Hervey is an English model, socialite, aristocrat, and former "It girl".
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PHOTOS: British Socialite Boldly Wears Half A Dress
Huffington Post - over 4 years
British aristocrat and socialite Lady Victoria Hervey might not be a household name yet here in America, but if she keeps up the ridiculously revealing outfits, she just could be the next Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian. (Dare to dream?) Devoted readers of our page might recall Hervey, 35, from this direly sheer metallic gown at Cannes, which totally revealed her white thong underwear. (Although we're assuming that was the point.) Hervey must have a monopoly on silver dresses that reveal too much, then, because she trotted a sequel version of that dress out to Wednesday night's Sports For Peace-Fundraising Ball in London. This frock, however, seemed to be missing half of itself, because Hervey's profile revealed a -- fine, we'll go there -- sideboob situation. We couldn't help but think of our favorite German model Micaela Schaefer's infamous cobweb dress, but, at least Hervey's seems to have some sort of lining. Ready? Check out the gown below! Scroll down for ...
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Cannes Glam! The Best, Worst & Wackiest Dressed Stars At The French Film Festival
Radar Online - over 4 years
By Leah Ornstein - Radar Features Editor The Cannes Film Festival is by far the glammest film fest in the world, with Hollywood’s hottest stars invading the South of France in the most luxurious designer duds – but not all of them get dressed to impress! has all the wardrobe winners and sinners so far from the red carpet festivities. Diane Kruger continued her style streak, hitting the Amour premiere in a sizzling, sequin Vivienne Westwood custom gown. Earlier in the week, the gorgeous German actress dropped jaws in Giambattista Valli, Versus and Calvin Klein. PHOTOS: The Best, Worst & Wackiest Dressed Stars At The French Film Festival Tara Reid experienced a fashion flop over the weekend, giving double meaning to the word trashed at Eva Longoria’s yacht party. Not only was the American Reunion star totally wasted, but her dress, which she paired with her bare feet, also resembled a hefty bag! As for wacky, Lady Victoria Hervey got the attention she was se ...
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Baseball's Disputed Origin Is Traced Back, Back, Back
NYTimes - over 15 years
It is as elusive as the search for Atlantis, as tangled in legend as the quest for the Holy Grail. For nearly a century, historians have trolled stacks of dusty tomes in hopes of unearthing the origins of baseball. Its primordial myth held that Abner Doubleday, a West Point cadet, invented the game in 1839 on a dirt field in Cooperstown, N.Y.,
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Jane Austen, of Course, Wrote of Baseball
NYTimes - over 26 years
To the Editor: Further on "Who Was on First First?" (letters, Oct. 22), discussing the origins of baseball: Derek Robinson, in "Run With the Ball," a humorous book about rugby, talks about false claims on the origin of the game of rugby in a chapter called "What's Ellis All About?" He compares this myth to the Abner Doubleday myth and mentions that
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