Fashion Week Observed
The Douglas Hannant show this morning was a veritable who’s who of New York’s social registry. Upon entering the Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln center, we immediately noticed Jamee Gregory, Jean Shafiroff, CeCe Cord and Hilary Geary Ross, chatting and air kissing one another.
The space had been transformed into an uptown autumnal Read More
The revolving door at the Waldorf Astoria was in need of some oil last Friday night. As we made our way through the orbiting portal, the metal frame whined, protesting our entrance until we pushed with our full weight. No easy task, mind you, in four-inch heels and a full-length gown.
The entryway was, no Read More
Of all the dignitaries, ambassadors and titled aristocracy to fly from foreign locales to attend the 56th Viennese Opera Ball at the Waldorf-Astoria last Friday, Sharon Bush may have traveled the farthest.
Just that afternoon, the ex-wife of George W. Bush’s brother Neil rushed from customs to make sure she had time to throw Read More
The Humane Society is not a hypocritical organization — and so the cuisine served at its benefit gala Wednesday night was, fittingly, vegan. (Munching on seitan chops, The Observer barely missed the meat and cream.) The event packed 525 animal lovers, including Topper Mortimer, Prince Dimitri of Yugoslavia, Hunt Slonem, Sharon Bush, and co-chairs Amanda Read More
“Hello, I’m Ashley Bush,” said a fresh-faced brunette, extending an arm sheathed in white kid. A native of Houston, the granddaughter of former President George H.W. Bush, 17, was among those chosen to represent the United States at the 52nd Annual International Debutantes Ball at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel on the evening of Dec. 29. Fifty-nine Read More
John Kerry hadn’t held a formal press conference in nearly six weeks.
Reporters traveling with the candidate had expressed their unhappiness by posting a sign that kept track of the days since the last “availability.” Mr. Kerry ignored it.
Mary Beth Cahill—still in charge of the campaign, despite months Read More
Sharon Bush, the estranged wife of President George W. Bush’s younger brother Neil, is planning to write a tell-all book about her two decades with the Bush family, The Observer has learned.
Ms. Bush, who lives in Texas, recently visited Manhattan to discuss her idea for the book with several publishing executives. She had a Read More