The Hall of Fame is designed to showcase the life works and achievements of a select few of  most accomplished international fashion leaders. For many reasons the individuals featured in the Hall of Fame have been invited to display their biographies, work examples, awards bestowed and other highlights of their lives. All, however, share in one thing - an adherence to the guiding principles championed by the World Fashion Organization since its inception and encapsulated by the motto of  “We Fashion All® (WFO®)” under “World Fashion for Happiness and Peace®”.

The International Hall of Fame Women:
 
Natividad Abascal, former model, former Duchess of Feria; Madrid (1984).Marella Agnelli, international socialite, philanthropist, co-founder of the Pinacoteca Agnelli art museum, widow of the former Fiat chairman; Turin (1963).Mme. Hervé Alphand (Nicole), wife of the former French ambassador to the U.S.; Paris (1963).Countess Arco (Marie-Beatrice), socialite, businesswoman; Munich and Greenwich, Conn. (2000).Contessa Donatella Asta, Italian representative for the World Monuments Fund; San Marco (1995).Adele Astaire, first dance partner of brother Fred, wife of Lord Cavendish; Waterford, Ireland (1975).Mrs. Brooke Astor, philanthropist; New York (1989).Lily Auchincloss, art collector, philanthropist; New York (1980).Irene Bouvier Auchincloss, actress; Los Angeles (1967).Lauren Bacall, actress; New York (2000).Mme. Jacques Balsan (Consuelo Vanderbilt), the former Duchess of Marlborough, international hostess; New York and Palm Beach (1958).Anne H. Bass, socialite, philanthropist; New York (1994).Mrs. Sid Bass (Mercedes), socialite, philanthropist, the former Mrs. Francis Kellogg; Fort Worth and New York (1987).Olive Behrendt, actress, philanthropist; Los Angeles (1980).Mme. Ahmed Benhima, wife of the former Moroccan ambassador to the U.N.; Rabat and New York (1975).Marisa Berenson, model, actress, granddaughter of Elsa Schiaparelli; New York (2000).Candice Bergen, actress; New York (1995).Rosamund Bernier, art lecturer, wife of John Russell of The New York Times; New York (1998).Liliane Bettencourt, (2009)Countess Mona von Bismarck, leading social figure of the 1930s, 40s and 50s, the former Mrs. Harrison Williams; New York, Palm Beach, Paris, and Capri (1958).Evangelina Blahnik, company director for shoe designer Manolo Blahnik, her brother; London (1989).Mrs. William McCormick Blair Jr. (Deeda), health-care advocate; Washington, D.C. (1970).Mrs. Betsy Bloomingdale, socialite, wife of the department-store heir and Diners Club co-creator; Los Angeles (1970).Eliza Reed Bolen, vice president of licensing for Oscar de la Renta, her stepfather; New York (2004).Sra. Fernando Botero (Sophia Vari), sculptor; Paris (1999).Contessa Brando Brandolini d'Adda (Cristiana), socialite, sister of Gianni Agnelli; Venice (1975).Contessa Tiberto Brandolini (Georgina), Valentino muse, designer; Paris (1983).Mrs. David K. E. Bruce (Evangeline), wife of the former U.S. ambassador to Great Britain; Washington, D.C. (1964).Joan Juliet Buck, novelist, journalist; Santa Fe (1987).Mrs. Patricia Buckley, hostess, socialite, member of the advisory council to Memorial Sloan-Kettering; New York (1975).Princess Kyril of Bulgaria (Rosario), art consultant; London (1995).Amanda Burden, chair of the City Planning Commission of New York, civic-affairs activist, daughter of Babe Paley; New York (1996).Robin Butler, former Vogue fashion editor; New York (1967).Mrs. Shakira Caine, former actress, restaurateur; London (1991).Margaret Case, Vogue editor; New York (1964).Mme. Betty Catroux, Yves Saint Laurent muse; Paris (1978).Comtesse Frédéric Chandon de Briailles (Camilla), wife of the Moët & Chandon vineyard head; Paris (1993).Coco Chanel (Gabrielle), fashion designer, one of the greatest fashion influences of the 20th century; Paris (1964).Tina Chow, model, artist, wife of restaurateur Michael Chow; New York (1985).Alba Clemente, performer, wife of artist Francesco Clemente; New York and the Amalfi Coast, Italy (2007).Claudette Colbert, actress; New York and Barbados (1958).Amy Fine Collins, Vanity Fair special correspondent; New York (1996).Sybil Connolly, fashion designer; Dublin (1965).Marina Rust Connor, writer, Vogue contributing editor; New York (2007).Sofia Coppola, filmmaker; New York and Paris (2007).CeCe Cord, socialite, designer; New York (1995).Pilar Crespi, former fashion public-relations executive, wife of investment banker Stephen Robert, daughter of below; New York (1978).Contessa Rodolfo Crespi (Consuelo), former Italian Vogue editor; New York and Rome (1959).Marquise Héloïse d'Albert, art patron, philanthropist, socialite; Paris and Gstaad (1985)Kitty D'Alessio, fashion executive, former Chanel president; New York (1988).Catherine Deneuve, actress (2009)Mrs. Kirk Douglas (Anne Buydens), philanthropist, community activist, wife of the actor; Los Angeles (1970).Grace, Countess Dudley, international socialite; New York and London (1996).Mrs. Angier Biddle Duke (Robin), philanthropist, hostess; New York (1994).Irene Dunne, actress, U.S. delegate to the U.N.; Los Angeles and New York (1958).Mrs. Frederick Eberstadt (Isabel), socialite, author, daughter of author Ogden Nash; New York (1967).Mrs. Jane Engelhard, philanthropist; New York (1972).Mrs. Mica Ertegun, decorator, socialite; New York (1971).Mrs. David Evins (Marilyn), public-relations executive; New York (1972).Donna Simonetta Fabiani, fashion designer; Paris (1964).Lucie de La Falaise, fashion stylist, model, wife of Marlon Richards; London (1997).Maxime de la Falaise, fashion designer, author, former model; Paris (2004).Susan Fales-Hill, author, television writer; New York (2004).Lucy Ferry, heiress, former model, ex-wife of musician Bryan Ferry; London (1994).Sra. Alfonso Fierro (Trini), socialite; Madrid (1989).Mrs. Palen Flagler (Anita Colby), former actress; New York and Oyster Bay (1965).Dame Margot Fonteyn, ballerina; London (1965).Cristina Ford, socialite, second wife of Henry Ford II; New York (1973).Lady Charlotte Fraser, international socialite; London (1999).Inès de la Fressange, fashion designer; Paris (1998).Betty Furness, consumer reporter-advocate, former actress; New York (1986).Princess Irene Galitzine, fashion designer; Rome (1965).Sophie Gimbel, Saks Fifth Avenue fashion designer; New York (1964).Elizinha Goncalves, hostess, former wife of banker Walther Moreira Salles; Rio de Janeiro (1964).Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, London (1958).Marie-Chantal, Crown Princess of Greece, children’s-clothing designer, wife of the heir to the Greek throne; London (1999).Mme. Alix Grès, fashion designer; Paris (1972).Nina Griscom, socialite, former model; New York (1991).Mrs. Henry Grunwald (editor) (Louise), philanthropist, hostess; New York (1976).Mrs. C. Z. Guest, socialite, gardening expert; Old Westbury, N.Y. (1959).Mrs. Christian de Guigné III (Eleanor), socialite; San Francisco (1981).Daphne Guinness, journalist, the former Mrs. Spyros Niarchos; London, Paris, and Sydney (1994).Mrs. Loel (Gloria Guinness), Mexican-born socialite, fashion icon; Paris, Lausanne, and Palm Beach (1964).Mrs. Patrick (Dolores Guinness) (Dolores von Fürstenberg-Herdringen), socialite, daughter of above; Lausanne (1970).Mrs. Prentis Cobb Hale (Denise), socialite; San Francisco (1975).Mrs. Rupert Hambro (Robin), philanthropist, journalist; London (1976).Mrs. Oscar Hammerstein II (Dorothy), socialite, wife of the composer; New York (1986).Caroline, Princess of Hanover, elder daughter of Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco; Monte Carlo and Paris (1994).Lady Amanda Harlech, fashion consultant, Karl Lagerfeld muse; London (1997).Pamela Harriman, former U.S. ambassador to France, first wife of Randolph Churchill, fourth wife of Leland Hayward, third wife of Averell Harriman; Washington, D.C. (1993).Mrs. Donald Harrington (Sybil), philanthropist, opera sponsor; Amarillo, Tex., and Phoenix, Ariz. (1988).Kitty Carlisle Hart, actress, fine-arts authority, former chairman of the New York State Council on the Arts, widow of playwright Moss Hart; New York and Palm Beach (1994).Dina Merrill Hartley, RKO Pictures vice-chairman, actress, daughter of Marjorie Merriwether Post and E. F. Hutton; Los Angeles and Palm Beach (1965).Enid A. Haupt, philanthropist, wife of financier Ira Haupt, sister of Walter Annenberg; New York (1965).Mrs. William Randolph Hearst Jr. (Bootsie), socialite, wife of the newspaper reporter and editor, the former Austine Cassini; New York (1959).Madame Aimée de Heeren, Brazilian-born international socialite, hostess; New York, Paris, Palm Beach, and Biarritz (1996).[1]Mrs. T. Charlton Henry (Julia), socialite, museum benefactress; Philadelphia and Switzerland (1964).Audrey Hepburn, actress, UNICEF goodwill ambassador; Tolochenaz, Switzerland (1961).[2]Carolina Herrera (fashion designer); New York and Caracas (1980).Carolina Adriana Herrera, film producer, international representative of Carolina Herrera perfumes, daughter of above; New York and Madrid (1997).Lena Horne, singer; New York (1983).Anjelica Huston, actress; Los Angeles (1988).Iman (model), model, cosmetics executive, wife of David Bowie; New York (1986).Bianca Jagger, human-rights activist; New York (1976).Empress Michiko of Japan, Tokyo (1990).Mrs. Deane Johnson (Anne), philanthropist, first wife of Henry Ford II; Grosse Pointe and New York (1959).Princess Firyal of Jordan, UNESCO goodwill ambassador; New York (1985).Queen Noor of Jordan; Amman (1998).Queen Rania of Jordan; Amman (2006).Mrs. Nan Kempner, socialite, former magazine journalist; New York (1971).Mrs. Rose Kennedy, Kennedy-family matriarch; Boston (1966).the Duchess of Kent, (born Princess Marina of Greece); London (1960).Jemima Khan, fashion designer, charity worker; London (2007).Princess Salimah Aga Khan, child-welfare activist, first wife (begum) of His Highness the Aga Khan, the Muslim spiritual leader; Paris (1973).Nicole Kidman, actress; Los Angeles, New York, and Australia (2004).Mrs. Nancy Kissinger, political analyst, wife of the former U.S. secretary of state; New York (1982).Elsa Klensch, television style journalist, author; New York and Sydney (1989).Mme. Thadée Klossowski (Loulou de la Falaise), fashion designer, Yves Saint Laurent muse, daughter-in-law of the artist Balthus; Paris (1981).Alexandra Kotur, style director, U.S. Vogue (2008)[3]Mrs. Henry Kravis (Marie-Josée), economist, wife of the financier; New York (2001).Mrs. Henryk de Kwiatkowski (Barbara), former model; New York, Greenwich, Conn., Lexington, Ky., and Lyford Cay, Bahamas (1995).Irith Landeau, socialite, hostess; Paris and Jerusalem (1990).Patricia Lansing, wife of Gerrit Livingston Lansing Jr., fashion consultant for Carolina Herrera, her mother; New York (1999).Estée Lauder, cosmetics tycoon; New York and Palm Beach (1981).Mary Wells Lawrence, advertising executive, author; New York (1977).Fran Lebowitz, writer; New York (2008).Mrs. Mark Littman (Marguerite), hostess, fund-raiser; London (1995).Mollie Parnis Livingston, fashion designer; New York (1967).Princess Francoise Lobkowicz de Bourbon-Parme, philanthropist for Lebanon, wife of Prince Edouard Lobkowicz, nice of Empress Zita of Austria ; Paris, Beirut and Beaux (1977)Mme. Arturo Lopez-Willshaw (Patricia), Chilean-born hostess, style leader; Paris (1960).Sophia Loren, actress; Rome (1998).Clare Boothe Luce, former U.S. ambassador to Italy, former member of the U.S. House of Representatives, journalist, playwright; New York (1985).Joyce Ma, fashion retailer, art dealer; New York (1998).China Machado, fashion journalist, former model; New York (1989).Mrs. Stanley Marcus (Mary), philanthropist, wife of the Neiman Marcus chairman; Dallas (1964).Mary Martin, actress; New York (1958).Mrs. Graham Mattison (Perla), international social figure; Rio de Janeiro (1972).Mrs. Tom May (Anita), wife of the department-store executive; Beverly Hills and Palm Springs (1964).Sra. Antonio Mayrink-Veiga (Carmen), Brazilian socialite; Rio de Janeiro (1981).Marian McEvoy, former Elle Decor and House Beautiful editor in chief; New York (2001).Mary McFadden, fashion designer; New York (1977).Anne McNally, Vanity Fair fashion director; New York (2001).Mrs. Rachel Lambert Mellon, art collector, philanthropist, gardener; New York and Upperville, Va. (1975).Mrs. Gilbert Miller (Kitty), hostess, wife of the theatrical producer, daughter of financier Jules Bache; New York (1965).Grace Mirabella, former Vogue editor in chief; New York (1975).Princess Grace of Monaco, film star Grace Kelly; Monte Carlo (1960).Kate Moss, model; London (2006).Contessa Donina Cicogna Mozzoni, socialite; Monte Carlo (1990).Jean Muir, fashion designer; London (1982).Mrs. Kenneth Natori (Josie), fashion designer; New York (1993).Mrs. Samuel Newhouse (Mitzi), philanthropist, wife of the media owner; New York (1965).Jessye Norman, opera singer; New York (1993).Merle Oberon, actress, wife of the Mexican industrialist Bruno Paglai; Acapulco (1960).Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, former First Lady; New York (1965).Comtesse Hubert d'Ornano (Isabelle), Sisley cosmetics co-founder; Paris (1993).Empress Farah Pahlavi, former Empress of Iran; Paris (1977).Mrs. Barbara Cushing Mortimer Paley (Babe Paley), socialite, philanthropist, former Vogue fashion editor, wife of CBS chairman William Paley, cited as “the Super Dresser of Our Time” in 1975; New York (1958).Marina Palma, socialite, fashion designer; London (1989).Mme. Antenor Patiño (Beatriz), international hostess; Paris and New York (1984).Countess Cosima von Bülow Pavoncelli, socialite, daughter of Claus von Bülow and Sunny von Bülow; London (1999).Mrs. Samuel Peabody (Judith), philanthropist, AIDS activist; New York (1995).Elsa Peretti, jewelry designer; Rome (1973).Mrs. Milton Petrie (Carroll), philanthropist; New York (1972).Anna Piaggi, fashion journalist; Milan (2007).Paloma Picasso, jewelry designer, art patron, daughter of Pablo Picasso; Paris (1983).Pauline Pitt, socialite, decorator; New York and Palm Beach (1996).Hope Portocarrero, socialite, first lady of Nicaragua, the wife of Anastasio Somoza Debayle; New York, Key Biscayne, Managua (1968).Mme. Claude Pompidou, wife of the former president of France, philanthropist; Paris (1994).Mrs. Charles H. Price II (Carol), wife of the former American ambassador to Belgium and Great Britain; Indian Wells, Calif., and Kansas City, Mo. (1987).Princess Lee Radziwill, Vanity Fair contributing editor, sister of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, ex-wife of Prince Stanislaus Radziwill and of film director Herbert Ross; Paris (1996).Marquise Jacqueline de Ravenel, socialite, former wife of Manuel Machado Macedo; Lyford Cay and Paris (1978).Chessy Rayner, fashion journalist, decorator; New York (1971).Mrs. Nancy Reagan, former First Lady, former actress; Bel Air (1973).[4]Annette de la Renta, philanthropist, New York’s social queen, wife of the fashion designer Oscar de la Renta; New York, Kent, Conn., and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (1973).Françoise de la Renta, former French Vogue editor in chief, first wife of the designer; New York (1973).Lyn Revson, wife of the late cosmetics executive Charles Revson; New York (1971).Comtesse Jacqueline de Ribes, fashion designer; Paris (1962).Mrs. Abraham Ribicoff (Casey), socialite, widow of the former Connecticut senator; New York and Cornwall Bridge, Conn. (1988).Mme. Hélène Rochas, Parisian hostess, former director of Marcel Rochas fashion house; Paris (1964).Carolyne Roehm, former fashion designer, gardener, author; New York and Sharon, Conn. (1991).Aline, Countess of Romanones, socialite, former spy, author; Madrid and New York (1962).Baroness Pauline de Rothschild, former Hattie Carnegie fashion designer; Paris and Bordeaux (1969).Mme. Jacques Rouet (Louise), wife of the co-founder of Dior; Paris (1981).Rosalind Russell, actress; Beverly Hills (1964).Mrs. John Barry Ryan III (D.D.), former fashion editor, social figure; New York (1963).Ellin Saltzman, fashion director of Bluefly, fashion executive; New York (1980).Sra. Julio Mario Santo Domingo (Beatrice), international socialite; New York, Paris, Bogotá, and Barranquilla, Colombia (1987).Mme. Pierre Schlumberger (Sao), hostess, art patron; Paris (1975).Anne Slater, social figure; New York (1991).Alexis Smith, actress; New York (1978).Mrs. Ray Stark (Fran), socialite, wife of the film producer, daughter of Fanny Brice, mother of Vanity Fair contributing editor Wendy Stark; Los Angeles (1988).Mrs. Saul Steinberg (Gayfryd), socialite; New York (2000).Geraldine Stutz, former president of Henri Bendel; New York (1965).Mrs. Martin Summers (Ann), European socialite; London (2000).Mrs. T. Suffern Tailer (Jean), socialite; Palm Beach (1980).Queen Sirikit of Thailand, Bangkok (1965).Baroness Thatcher (Margaret Thatcher), former prime minister of Great Britain; London (1990).Mrs. Lawrence Copley Thaw (Lee), socialite, Sotheby's executive; New York (1990).Mrs. Harry Theodoracopulos (Betsy Pickering Kaiser) socialite, Galanos muse, former model; Santa Barbara (1967).Mrs. Taki Theodoracopulos (Princess Alexandra Schönberg-Hartenstein); New York and Gstaad (1990).Pauline Trigère, fashion designer; New York (1964).Tina Turner, singer; Zurich (1996).Gloria Vanderbilt, author, artist, fashion designer; New York (1970).Adrienne Vittadini, fashion designer; New York (1995).Diana Vreeland, former Vogue editor in chief, special consultant to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, international fashion guru; New York (1964).Mrs. Jerry Wald (Connie), hostess; Beverly Hills (2006).Baroness Louise de Waldner, gardener; Provence (1995).Baroness Sylvia de Waldner, Brazilian-born socialite; Paris (1986).Diana, The Princess of Wales, London (1989).Faye Wattleton, author, public-policy adviser; New York (1998).The Hon. Hilary Weston, former model, former lieutenant governor of Ontario, business executive, author; Toronto (1987).Mrs. R. Thornton Wilson Jr. (Josie), socialite, hostess; New York (1985).The Duchess of Windsor (Wallis Simpson), wife of the former Edward VIII, King of the United Kingdom, Emperor of India, who abdicated to marry her; Paris (1958).Mrs. Norman K. Winston (Rosita), socialite, wife of the real-estate mogul; New York (1961).Anna Wintour, Vogue editor in chief; New York (1997).Mrs. Charles Wrightsman (Jayne Wrightsman), socialite, collector, museum patron, wife of Charles Wrightsman; New York (1965).Mrs. Oscar Wyatt Jr. (Lynn), socialite, wife of the oilman; Houston (1977).Loretta Young, actress, television star; Hollywood (1982).Princess Marie Youssoupov, art collector; Lausanne and Paris (1965).Renée Zellweger, actress (2009).Baroness Thierry Van Zuylen van Nijevelt (Gaby), international socialite; Paris (1978).

The International Hall of Fame: Men Dean Acheson, former U.S. secretary of state; Washington, D.C. (1969).Gianni Agnelli, Fiat chairman; Turin (1970).Nicolas de Gunzburg, Editor-in-Cief of Town & Country, fashion editor (1971).David Ogilvy, 13th Earl of Airlie, former Lord Chamberlain to the Queen; Angus, Scotland (1972).Sir Edwin Hardy Amies, fashion designer; London (1974).Thomas Ammann, private art dealer; Zurich (1988).Prince Pierre d'Arenberg, host; Paris (2001).Giorgio Armani, fashion designer; Milan (1981).Arthur Ashe, professional tennis player; Richmond, Va. (1984).Fred Astaire, dancer, actor; Los Angeles (1968).Daniel Baker, cosmetic surgeon; New York (2000).Billy Baldwin (interior designer), decorator; New York (1974).Wilkes Bashford, fashion retailer; San Francisco (1983).Sir Cecil Beaton, artist, photographer; London (1970).David Somerset, 11th Duke of Beaufort, landowner, partner in the Marlborough art gallery; London (1988).Jonathan Becker, photographer; New York (2008).John Russell, 13th Duke of Bedford, landowner; London and Santa Fe (1985).Harry Belafonte, musician; New York (1972).Bijan Pakzad, fashion designer; Beverly Hills (1989).Mark Birley, restaurateur, health-club proprietor, men’s-fragrance designer; London (1988).Earl Blackwell, Celebrity Service founder; New York (1980).Manolo Blahnik, shoe designer; London (1987).Bill Blass, fashion designer; New York (1970).Dixon Boardman, financier; New York and Locust Valley (1994).David Bowie, musician; New York (1998).Hamish Bowles, Vogue European editor-at-large; New York (1997).Ed Bradley, 60 Minutes correspondent; New York (1997).Conte Brando Brandolini d'Adda, vintner; Venice and Paris (1980).David Brown, film producer, husband of former Cosmopolitan editor in chief Helen Gurley Brown; New York (1993).Gianni Bulgari, jewelry designer; Rome (1975).Kyril, Prince of Preslav, investment banker; London (1997).Jeffrey Butler, publishing executive; Los Angeles (1978).John Cahill, financier; New York (2001).Michael Cannon, Town & Country editor-at-large; New York (2001).Pierre Cardin, fashion designer; Paris (1970).Graydon Carter, Vanity Fair editor; New York (1998).Nino Cerruti, fashion designer; Paris (1973).Comte Frédéric Chandon de Briailles, head of Moët & Chandon vineyard; Paris (1991).Kenneth Chenault, president and C.O.O. of American Express; New York (2000).Francesco Clemente, artist; New York and Naples (1996).George Clooney, actor, director, writer, producer; Los Angeles and Lake Como, Italy (2007).Alistair Cooke, journalist, radio and television personality; London (1984).Anderson Cooper, anchor, Anderson Cooper 360°; New York (2007).Hernando Courtwright, owner of the Beverly Wilshire Hotel; Beverly Hills (1973).Madison Cox, landscape designer, author; New York (2000).Count Rodolfo Crespi, public-relations executive, socialite; Rome and New York (1970).Angelo Donghia, textile designer; New York (1977).Angier Biddle Duke, former U.S. ambassador to El Salvador, Spain, Denmark, and Morocco; New York and Southampton (1969).Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, husband of Queen Elizabeth II; London (1969).Lapo Elkann, (2009).Ahmet Ertegun, co-chairman of the Atlantic Records Group; New York, Southampton, Paris, and Bodrum, Turkey. (1986).Kim d'Estainville, French businessman, famous Parisian personality; Paris (1978).Max Evans, fashion journalist; New York (1974).Robert Evans (producer), film producer; Los Angeles (1975).Douglas Fairbanks Jr., actor, film producer; Los Angeles (1969).John Fairchild, W magazine and WWD editor-at-large, author; New York (1988).Tom Fallon, fashion executive; New York (1981).Harry Fane, representative for Fulco di Verdura; London (1997).Bryan Ferry, musician; London (1990).Christopher Forbes, vice-chairman of Forbes Inc.; New York (1990).Tom Ford, fashion designer; London (2004).James Galanos, fashion designer; Los Angeles (1982).John Galliher, socialite; New York (1973).Comte Paul de Ganay, French and Argentinean businessman, polo player; Paris (1991).Count Manfredi della Gherardesca, art adviser, curator (2009).Giancarlo Giammetti, honorary chairman of Valentino; Rome (2006).Sir John Gielgud, actor; London (1982).Frank Gifford, broadcasting great, former N.F.L. star; New York (1975).Comte Hubert de Givenchy, fashion designer; Paris (1970).Senator Barry Goldwater, politician; Phoenix (1976).Jacques Grange, interior designer; Paris (1994).Cary Grant, actor; Los Angeles (1969).Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece, investment-fund manager; London (2008).Robert L. Green, Playboy fashion director; New York (1972).Baron Nicolas de Gunzburg, Vogue editor; New York (1971).Charles Gwathmey, architect; New York (2001).George Hamilton, actor; Los Angeles (1976).Mark Hampton, interior designer; New York (1991).Dorukhan Altinisik, doctor; New York (2008)Phillips Hathaway, European-furniture expert; New York (2000).Edward W. Hayes, attorney; New York (1994).Reinaldo HerreraVanity Fair contributing editor; New York and Caracas (1983).Charles Henry Allsopp, 6th Baron Hindlip, former Christie's chairman; London (1999).Gregory Hines, actor, dancer; New York (1993).David Hockney, artist; Los Angeles (1986).James Hoge, Foreign Affairs editor in chief; New York (1987).Fred Hughes, Andy Warhol’s business manager and executor; New York (1987).Peter Jennings, ABC news anchor; New York (1989).Steven Kaufman, fashion executive; New York (1988).Horace Kelland, writer; Charleston and Fishers Island (1975).Prince Michael of Kent; London (1999).Calvin Klein, fashion designer; New York (1983).Henry Kravis, financier; New York (2000).Kenneth Jay Lane, jewelry designer, host; New York (1974).Bernard LanvinLanvin Castilo owner; Paris (1970).Ralph Lauren, fashion designer; New York (1995).Alexander Liberman, Condé Nast editorial director, painter, photographer; New York (1981).Patrick Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield, photographer; London (1971).John V. Lindsay; former mayor of New York City (1976).Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr, statesman; Boston (1970).Prince Rupert Loewenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg, investment manager; London (2001).Wynton Marsalis, musician; New York (1999).Patrick McCarthy, W magazine editor in chief; New York (2001).Henry McIlhenny, art collector, philanthropist; Philadelphia (1981).Rafael de Medina, 20th Duke of Feria, Spanish aristocrat; Madrid (2007).Sonny MehtaAlfred A. Knopf president and editor in chief; New York (1993).David Metcalfe, insurance executive; London (1996).Philip Miller, C.E.O. of Saks Fifth Avenue; New York (1995).Ottavio Missoni, fashion designer; Milan (1982).Issey Miyake, fashion designer; Tokyo (1987).Beppe Modenese, fashion publicist, Moda Italiana founder, president of the National Chamber for Italian fashion; Milan (1989).Paul Newman, actor, racecar driver; Westport (1991).David Niven, actor; Los Angeles (1982).James Niven, Sotheby’s senior vice president, son of David Niven; New York (1994).Colonel Serge Obolensky, businessman, Russian prince, World War II hero; New York (1970).Sir Angus Ogilvy, brother of the Earl of Airlie, husband of Princess Alexandra; London (1972).André Oliver, fashion designer; London (1973).Comte Hubert d'Ornano, C.E.O. of Sisley cosmetics; Paris (1995).Norman Parkinson, fashion photographer; London (1970).I.S.V. Patcévitch, Condé Nast president; New York (1970).Gregory Peck, actor; Los Angeles (1983).Senator Charles Percy, politician, former chairman of Bell & Howell; Chicago (1981).Charles Pfeiffer, American war hero, model, journalist, actor, television-commercial producer; New York (1989).Sidney Poitier, actor, film director; Los Angeles (1972).Comte Jean-Charles de Ravenel, businessman, socialite; Lyford Cay and Paris (1994).President Ronald Reagan; Bel Air (1986).Alexis von Rosenberg, Baron de Redé, financier; Paris (1972).Samuel P. Reed, former Heritage Press publisher; New York (1985).Oscar de la Renta, fashion designer; New York, Kent, Connecticut, and Punta Cana (1973).Senator Abraham Ribicoff, politician; New York and Cornwall Bridge (1985).Pat Riley, former head coach and current president of the Miami Heat basketball team; Miami (1994).Baron David René de Rothschild, member of the banking family; Paris (1991).Baron Eric de Rothschild, member of the banking family; Paris (1970).Sir Evelyn de Rothschild, member of the banking family; London (1999).Baron Guy de Rothschild, member of the banking family; Paris (1985).Carlos Ortiz de Rozas, Argentinean ambassador to the Court of St. James's; Buenos Aires (1984).Yves Saint Laurent (designer), fashion designer; Paris (1975).Robert Sakowitz, specialty retailer, consultant-firm executive; Houston (1975).Fernando Sanchez, fashion designer; New York and Marrakech (1996).Julio Mario Santo Domingo, financier, art collector; New York, Paris, Bogotá, and Barranquilla (1990).Joel Schumacher, film director; Los Angeles (1977).Peter Sharp, real-estate executive; New York (1988).Gil Shiva, businessman, socialite; New York (1995).Bobby Short, musician; New York (1986).King Juan Carlos of Spain; Madrid (1987).John Stefanidis, interior designer; London and Patmos, Greece (1995).Sting, musician; Wiltshire, England (2001).Luke Winsland, Digital Media Designer; Liverpool (2010).André Leon Talley, Vogue editor-at-large; New York (1994).Taki Theodoracopulos, journalist; New York, Gstaad, Athens, and London (2001).Chip Tolbert, fashion journalist; New York (1974).Van Day Truex, Tiffany & Co. design director; New York (1974).Luigi d'Urso, Italian businessman, man-about-town; Paris (1997).Philippe Venet, fashion designer; Paris (1973).Yves Vidal, Knoll furniture company president; Tangier (1977).Charles, Prince of Wales; London (1980).Charlie Watts, musician; London (2006).Denzel Washington, actor; Los Angeles (1998).John Weitz, fashion designer; New York (1970).Galen Weston, George Weston Ltd. chairman; Toronto (1993).Paul Wilmot, publicist; New York (1993).The Duke of Windsor, former King of the United Kingdom, abdicated throne for Wallis Simpson; Paris (1968).Tom Wolfe, writer; New York (1984).Michael York, actor; London (1977).Prince Dimitri of Yugoslavia, jewelry designer; New York (1994).Daniel Zarem, fashion retailer; New York (1978).Jerome Zipkin, socialite, real-estate executive; New York (1985).

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