Elsie de Wolfe's Paris

Elsie de Wolfe's Paris

The American decorator Elsie de Wolfe (1858–1950) was the international set’s preeminent hostess in Paris during the interwar years. She had a legendary villa in Versailles, where in the late 1930s she held two fabulous parties—her Circus Balls—that marked the end of the social scene that her friend Cole Porter perfectly captured in his songs, as the clouds of war swept through Europe. Charlie Scheips tells the story of these glamorous parties using a wealth… (more)

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Publisher: Abrams (October 13, 2014)

Parent ISBN: 9781419713897

File size: 31 MB

Language: English


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