It just happened this minute! Blonde and vivacious Emily Lloyd, the talented young British actress, is engaged to director Danny Huston. Emily practically shot to stardom in her first movie, "Wish You Were Here." Danny, the late John Huston's son and...
It just happened this minute! Blonde and vivacious Emily Lloyd, the talented young British actress, is engaged to director Danny Huston. Emily practically shot to stardom in her first movie, "Wish You Were Here." Danny, the late John Huston's son and Anjelica Huston's brother, was last married to and divorced from Virginia Madsen, another blonde movie star. He has more fun with them, at least for a while.
Prince Albert of Monaco, who has been linked with just about everybody who is female and under 90, is now reported to have found a new baby. She's a beautiful blonde Norwegian -- aren't they all? -- called Mette Hermansen. Just his cup of smorgasbord -- but far from the main course.
One hears Robert Altman and Charlotte Rampling were not too terribly impressed by that lineup of mostly French debutantes who came out in Paris at the exquisite Salon Marie-Antoinette at the Hotel Crillon. Neither were others, although those who were sentimentally or professionally attached to the 27 demoiselles thought everything was perfectly lovely. Says one critic, who has seen it all and done it all: "The 27 girls were so awkward and dressed in 27 of the most awful creations that 27 top fashion designers could come up with. Except perhaps for Bruce Oldfield (he dressed Georgina Hebblethwaite), who seemed to know what he was doing. The debutantes walked so brusquely -- even though they were wearing horrors. Why don't these young women learn to walk with some grace? It would help them in their social life if they only realized. The audience was filled with la creme de la creme and descendants of nobility. It was easy to spot the mothers -- they were the only ones in the place that looked proud." Zingggg!
Persian Princess Sarvenaz Pahlavi, once a part of the young New York set that went everywhere and did everything night after night, has settled down in Dallas and just loves her life there. She especially loves her new job -- she's the head of communications for Loyd-Paxton, the 33-year-old Dallas antiques and interior design firm that some consider the tippy-toppiest in the Southwest. The principals, Loyd Ray Taylor and Charles Paxton Gremillion, are cuckoo about Sarvenaz and she's wild about them. They just giggle and gambol and have the best old Texas time together.
Hermès is launching a Laundromat pop-up shop in NYC - dubbed Hermèsmatic - where customers can bring their old scarves to be dip-dyed by an expert. Get all the details on WWD.com. #wwdnews (📷: @donstahl)