September 26, 1999
Although the Aug. 22 issue was devoted to fashion, couldn't you have found a more worthy and interesting person to interview than the shallow Lee Minnelli ("The Divine Mrs. M," by Robin Abcarian)? Minnelli's only accomplishments in life were finding and exploiting rich husbands and gluing on false eyelashes. Pathetic! Marylin Schultz Simi Valley
April 27, 1993 |
The Scene: Hollywood book launch for Vanity Fair correspondent Dominick Dunne's latest tome, 'A Season in Purgatory." The novel from Crown revisits familiar Dunne territory--the wretched rich. Sunday night's cocktail party at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills was hosted by VF's L. A. editor, Wendy Stark. The Buzz: The gathering of the ancien regime of Hollywood society ("Richard Gully and Lee Minnelli in the same room--the old guard lives!"
July 31, 1986 |
Motion picture director Vincente Minnelli was eulogized Wednesday by actors Gregory Peck and Kirk Douglas as an artist whose work will live as long as there are films. The 83-year-old Minnelli, winner of an Oscar for "Gigi" and director of other musical classics such as "Meet Me in St. Louis," died Friday after a long struggle against emphysema.
August 3, 1990 |
Just when you thought you'd heard the last of Zsa Zsa Gabor's ordeal, here comes another volley. To whit: The floral dress she was wearing on the day she was arrested is for sale at The Address, a shop in Santa Monica that specializes in new and used clothing. The brilliant pink-and-yellow floral print, full-skirted dress has a sleeveless black bodice and a matching floral print bolero jacket. The asking price for this moment of history is $500.