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Gloria Vanderbilt. I love this photo.  via froulala: Bookworm Weekend: The World of Gloria Vanderbilt

Gloria Vanderbilt. I love this photo. via froulala: Bookworm Weekend: The World of Gloria Vanderbilt

Palm Beach 1960 - Gloria Guinness (born Gloria Rubio Alatorre; 1912 – 1980). Gloria Guinness died of a heart attack at her home, Villa Zanroc in Epalinges, Switzerland at the age of 68. While the circumstances surrounding her death in 1980 remain clouded to some, there is no doubt Gloria Guinness was among the 20th century's best-dressed women of the world. She was a socialite & fashion icon of the Twentieth Century, as well as a contributing editor to Harper's Bazaar from 1963 until 1971.

Palm Beach 1960 - Gloria Guinness (born Gloria Rubio Alatorre; 1912 – 1980). Gloria Guinness died of a heart attack at her home, Villa Zanroc in Epalinges, Switzerland at the age of 68. While the circumstances surrounding her death in 1980 remain clouded to some, there is no doubt Gloria Guinness was among the 20th century's best-dressed women of the world. She was a socialite & fashion icon of the Twentieth Century, as well as a contributing editor to Harper's Bazaar from 1963 until 1971.

Socialite and fashionista GLORIA GUINNESS was born in Veracruz, Mexico, where she worked as a nightclub hostess before moving to Germany. She married at least(!) three times: to a German count, to an Egyptian prince, and finally to Loel Guinness, a banker descended from the wealthy beer dynasty. In each of her many residences (Acapulco, Paris, Normandy, NYC, Manalapan) were  closets full of clothes. One of Truman Capote's "swans," she was elected to the International Best-Dressed Hall of…

Socialite and fashionista GLORIA GUINNESS was born in Veracruz, Mexico, where she worked as a nightclub hostess before moving to Germany. She married at least(!) three times: to a German count, to an Egyptian prince, and finally to Loel Guinness, a banker descended from the wealthy beer dynasty. In each of her many residences (Acapulco, Paris, Normandy, NYC, Manalapan) were closets full of clothes. One of Truman Capote's "swans," she was elected to the International Best-Dressed Hall of…

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