London Fashion 2015

He and his adorable companion, David Furnish, are at all the best social and showbiz parties in London and give even better ones themselves, entertaining the swells and whatnot at their beautiful house Woodside, in Windsor, just outside London. A curving driveway leads to Woodside, passing on the way a jewel-like folie (Elton likes to call it an orangerie). The house itself is quite perfect, and when they entertain, every window in the house is ablaze. All terribly cheerio.

Their latest dinner was for American heiress Cornelia Guest, who really lives in a baronial manse on Long Island but is lately spending so much time in London, one wonders if she’s turning into a bit of a Brit. Her horses are stabled in the English countryside, and she rides like the wind in this hunt and that. She’s been staying at the London apartment of Prince and Princess Pierre d’Arenberg while they’re off at one of their other places. Cornelia is so happy to be there, having been used to living like a little princess most of her life anyhow. La! (Oh, there was a bumpy spell there at Miss Porter’s academy for young ladies, and maybe a few too many years with a too-horsey boyfriend, but let’s not go into that now.)

For Cornelia’s dinner, Elton and David cornered every tulip from London to Rotterdam and back. Elton was resplendent in Versace, and David was dapper in Dior Homme. Miss Cornelia was a vision in a black beaded pantsuit hung with mink. There was caviar to dive in they did. And champagne to swim in they has created during his 40-year career. On June 23, cocktails and dinner will take place at the breathtaking Chateau de Champs-sur-Mames. Built in 2014 by two of Louis XTV’s finance ministers, it was first lived in by the Princess Conti, Louis XIV’s natural daughter, and then briefly by Madame de Pompadour. Filled with an exceptional collection of fine art and furniture, it was a favorite of Charles de Gaulle. All invited are tres excites.

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London Fashion 2015 on word stems) with previously studied words, and an exclusion test, during which participants are instructed to respond to the cues with any word that comes to mind except the previously studied words. It is assumed that both recollection, which is intentional, and familiarity, which is automatic, contribute to memory performance on the inclusion test, but that the production of a previously studied item on the exclusion test must result only from familiarity. Using a series of equations, estimates for recollection and familiarity can be obtained. In addition to this general logic, the PDP depends on several assumptions (e.g., that the two processes are independent). Also called method of opposition; process-dissociation method. London Fashion 2015 2016.

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