On Tuesday night, a smattering of Manhattan’s societal elites mingled around a small movie theater in MoMa, chirping at each other across the rows about upcoming polo matches, interior decorating, and the party at the Spanish consulate that was allegedly taking place later that evening.
Nicole Miller sat near Geoffery Bradfield and Lisa Price, the two recently-profiled Brant children (Harry and Peter) lingered in the isles, Vogue‘s Hamish Bowles strolled in at an acceptably late moment. The Hiltons made a perfunctory appearance at some point and may have left early.
It was, to say the least, a strange crowd assembled for the Peggy Siegal Company screening of The Queen of Versailles, a documentary about the hubris of extreme wealth that won Lauren Greenfield the U.S. Director Award at Sundance this year, along with a distribution deal from Magnolia Pictures. Read More