Thursday, October 20, 2011

Game Changers 2011

What a wonderful honor to be one of the Game Changers of 2011,Thank you Huffington

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Saturday, September 10, 2011

Book signing of Marisa Berinson at Donna Karen's

In the interim I went to my dear friend Marisa Berinsons book signing to support her..

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Rootstein at Saks Fifth Avenue

WEAR NOW Launch Event at Saks Fifth Avenue
The Rootstein Mannequins were replicated in London to  my daughter Anna's likeness.  They will be featured at the "WEAR NOW" Sections of all Sak's across the United States.Also look for my mannequin in the window of Saks

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Chic index

Dear friends and fans of the legendary model, Pat Cleveland, please be informed that starting today, the CHIC INDEX, edited by Iké Udé, is doing a special style survey of her.
Please leave all your comments on theCHIC INDEX.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

The Real Dolls are Mannequins

The most realistic mannequins in the world are created at Adel Rootstein
Kevin Arpino is doing a great job as the creative director there. 
On top of that, he is a very good friend of mine. 
Thank you Kevin for having "The Miss Cleveland" mannequin as part of your tribute to Halston . . . the clothes are beyond Divine!!

Berlin is not so far away for Fashion.

Time is of the essence with Fashion.
In time, Fashion will be history.
So here is a little past tense . . . perfect . . . in Berlin, with Michalsky, and the cast of Tron . . . Thanks to my agent Ted Linow of Mega Models for the good times.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Mr Stephen Burrows and his girls

From left to right Amina,Norma Jean,Me,Stephen,Charlene,Alva,China,Billie and Bethan.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

reflections on the versailles

I felt a little overwhelmed . . .
Then I imagined myself to be a dinosaur as I walked through the Egyptian corridors of the Metropolitan and into the Temple of Dendur. It was quiet because it was a Monday and the museum was officially closed.
As I looked at the artifacts my mind went back to the time when I had gone to Egypt with a friend and visited Tutankhamen's tomb, where I saw the golden sarcophagus still in its place, under the ground in the ancient sand.
Then I flashed on the time I had come to this very museum one afternoon to meet with Diana Vreeland for a shooting. I wore some beautiful clothes designed by Charles James, then Gloria Swanson (my favorite movie star of all-time) arrived to meet Diana Vreeland for lunch. And on that day, Gloria Swanson revealed her beauty secret to me, which is now my secret.
Ah, the memories of time and place . . . (FASHION BOMB DAILY 02/03/11)

The security guard was walking ahead of me. I wanted to go faster so I left him behind because I was late for an interview that had been set for 11 a.m. I pretty much knew my way to the temple- just follow what looked like onyx sphynxes, plus jackals and ibis-headed hieroglyphics behind glass.
I had been this way before for a few other events, but this time, everything was different. This event was about me and my girlfriends, the models of La Grand Divertissement de Versailles . . . and some of my favorite designers would be here.
Well, I wasn't late for my interview and when I saw the faces of my fellow models from so many years ago, friends whom I just love! Whom I had missed! My heart melted. I'm sorry to say though (silly me), a few faces I couldn't quite place . . . not because I didn't remember them . . . but because they had changed over the years like trees grow.
I wondered how they felt about me? Probably the same, since we are all growing. I just wanted to hug them all. There are no words to describe a time full of feelings of gratitude, but mostly it seemed strange to feel as though we had walked out of a time-past and into this moment, alive and well and grown.
Then, the party started . . .
Life! Oh life! How beautiful and full of surprises! With an official proclamation in hand, I celebrated all of our good fortune. Certainly the front side of the peacock experience for me.
So what's next?
Just keep walking that runway of life!

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Bon Jour!

Guy Trebay has written a lovely piece in the New York Times today
on the Grand Divertissement at Versailles in 1973.

A picture of me dancing with Sterling St. Jacques in 1977. 
Robin Platzer (Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

Oh Winter


Reality . . .  snow . . .  laughter . . .  
What is next?

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Hello again

Cozy in the snow. . . watch this video. . . 
GO. . . GO. . . GO!