A turbulent event

This momentous epiphany took the form of a puff of a dress worn by a VIP member of the board of directors of Patrick Litré’s exaggerated global autocrat think tank.

This event would bring me inside an exclusive community that protects every member, properly tested and sealed with LOVE.

Welcome to the extremely wealthy upper class! It had everything I needed in this time of global uncertainty, a state of being after pandemic trauma, and the thought that nowhere is safe. As a global citizen, I suddenly felt connected and received the stability that yes, there can be a protected environment.

Owen in linen and Maxine in a midriff-baring Filipiniana dress; in the middle, Karen Litre, luxury service providers Hugo and mom Stéphanie Fayolle; on the right, stalls on the theme of the Provençal market paved the way for the fun event*
Our favorite Swedish ex-model Charoline Olöfgors, a specialist in 20th century Scandinavian design, Maxine holding a sprig of lavender from Provence and Tokyo jeweler Joey Lorenzo in Issey Miyake pleats; in the middle, the Provençal food stand continued to roll out treats all night; on the right, Chèvre and my favorite giant blue cheeses smothered in golden raisins*

It’s an aura you bring to strangers, it comes from love. Yes, I attended, on a whim, the wedding of Maxime Liter and Owen Prunskis, two incredible beings left for an adventure that had to be right.

With Superwoman mother of the bride Karen (who is an heiress of the “House of” Cancio – Calma institutional design house of Manila and of course whose sister is Dr. Viki Bello…) presenting the divinely charming Bev Hills, a kind From wedding event planner Stephanie Fayolle, I immediately expected an ultra colorful and fun milestone.

Yes my adorable darlings, from now on you will see my hair turn to a distinguished gray. Like a puff of smoke…

The first day’s event was a Provençal market themed evening. Young trees lined the main cobbled promenade leading to the chateau and under the shade were stalls and pop-ups offering cheese, sweets, slices of local charcuterie and regional dishes that kept changing until until I got really crazy about churros. And don’t forget the unlimited drinks and non-stop bites.

There was Madame de chatelaine Karen in a historical hysterical creation by Azzedine Alia who blew my mind. She looked super cool, a prelude to this original buffet that the caterer prepared. We were reassured, the pleasure was to come.

Imani Franklin, Hayley Swarbrick, Matt Thomas, Maxine Litré, Gabrielle Lipton, Rob Franklin and Matthew Armstrong (lr)*
Flower stand where guests could make their own bouquets, garlands, wreaths or take home; in the middle, the inner courtyard of the castle with the groupie Lin; on the right, Alexandra d’Aboville and Clément Rousselot*
Melissa Lopez and Marge Litré; on the right, vegetarian guests had fresh raw vegetable lollipops*

Appears Melissa Lopez in a kind of flowing Galliano and I was with my GURLFRIENDS! Ahhh, you can’t imagine how that makes that kid feel in my newly adopted country.

No matter the brand, I’m always deeply rooted in safe and protected environments. Papá was a doctor who came out in Reader’s Digest after doing an appendectomy with a nurse on board on a ship far from land by Morse code… Mamá was the reckless one who made me crawl on the floor, to the great consternation of an aunt suspicious of health protocols because it was the reception area of ​​our father (Doctor Garcia).

The social thread is that the father of the groom is a Lithuanian doctor, Dr. John Prunskis, who also successfully immigrated to the United States and found great wealth in his practice with his wife, Dr. Terri Dallas Prunskis, a specialist in interventional pain just like her husband! It’s another winning team. We need to connect this social reporting to a team theme, even though this Discovery Night was strictly LINEN.

Then I realized that Papá was always known for wearing his white, starched linen clothes, even outside the clinic. He had so many patients that he barely had time to go from the clinic to a party. And Mamá was his receptionist, first aid assistant and X-ray technician, always the party girl who could dress up, do her hair and do her make-up in 15 minutes flat!

Yeah, she’s a New Yorker, that’s for sure. Of course, there was my brother Philippe’s yaya if she ever had to inject. Soooo, we were led to a deeper theme, ONE TEAM!*

Comments are closed.