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LOS ANGELES—The annual over-the-top bash that W magazine throws each year here with Dom Pérignon and Cadillac—the first of a blistering stream of parties preceding the Golden Globes, the awards show that’s supposed to be an also-ran but is now incredibly important for some reason—took place Thursday at the Chateau Marmont, André Balazs’ living monument to Old Hollywood glamor, even if it was in fact constructed in the 1920s by a Jewish attorney based on little more than a photograph of a Gothic castle in the Loire. 903 more words
In the 19th-floor corner office of Stefano Tonchi, the editor in chief of W magazine, bookshelves are not allowed.
Seven stacks of hardcovers, their spines bearing names like Vreeland and Roitfeld, line up on the carpet to leave the walls free for art. 1,117 more words