Gloria Vanderbilt

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640 Fifth Ave. - The Great Hall in the Vanderbilt townhouse New York City. At center is the malachite vase given by Emperor Nicholas I of Russia to Count Nicholas Demidoff, and acquired by William Henry Vanderbilt for this house in

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Heiress, Socialite, She was the wife of Cornelius Vanderbilt III. Grace was the youngest child of New York banker Richard Thornton Wilson, Sr. and Melissa Clementine Johnston. Grace's sister Mary ("May") married Ogden Goelet and her sister Belle married Sir Michael Henry Herbert, younger brother of the 13th...

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Biltmore - Visit America's largest home, built by George Vanderbilt.

Visit America's largest home, built by George Vanderbilt. Explore the 8,000-acre beautiful and grand estate in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, NC.

Morgan twins: Thelma, Viscountess Furness and Gloria Vanderbilt, 1932 Thelma was a mistress of Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII, later Duke of Windsor) by Dorothy Wilding Gloria Vanderbilt, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Harlem Renaissance, Colorful Pictures, Old Pictures, Chicago Magazine, Edward Viii, Viscount, Old Money

Knight Of The Order Of Malta: 2nd Viscount Furness

William Anthony Furness 2nd Viscount Furness 31.III.1929 - 1.V.1995 Born in Melton Mowbray, England. He was the only child of Mar...

Gloria Vanderbilt poses in vintage attire beside one of her artworks, United States, photograph by Francesco Scavullo. Anderson Cooper, Gloria Vanderbilt, Elsa Peretti, Carolina Herrera, Karl Lagerfeld, Francesco Scavullo, Valentino, Dior, Happy Belated Birthday

Gloria Vanderbilt - Relaxed, simple fashion for any occasion.

Hey there, forward-looking fashionistas! It's time to learn from the past about looking sensible and elegant all day, every day! How do you ...

Gloria Vanderbilt at home. Photographed by Horst P. Horst, Vogue, April In the trailer for the HBO documentary, Nothing Left Unsaid, Gloria Vanderbilt Bert Stern, Robert Mapplethorpe, Michelle Dockery, Annie Leibovitz, Richard Avedon, Elsa Peretti, Gloria Vanderbilt, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Lauren Bacall

Inside the Life and Homes of Gloria Vanderbilt

A look back at Gloria Vanderbilt’s glamorous decorating style.

Miss Alva Erskine Smith (later Mrs. William Kissam Vanderbilt, then Mrs. Her husband built Marble House for her. Mother of Consuelo, Duchess of Marlborough. Two sons, William Kissam Vanderbilt II, Harold Sterling Vanderbilt.

Miss Alva Erskine Smith (later Mrs. William Kissam Vanderbilt, then Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont).

Gloria Vanderbilt as a model wearin a Fortuny Delphos dress in stunning jewels of Rita Delisi. Photo of Richard Avedon for Vogue Italy, Moda Retro, Moda Vintage, Vintage Love, Vintage Green, Vintage Style, 1920s Style, Vintage Hats, Richard Avedon, Elsa Peretti

Photo: Arnaud de Rosnay for Vogue, 1969. Dress by Mary McFadden.

Photo: Arnaud de Rosnay for Vogue, 1969. Dress by Mary McFadden. by michele on

1945 - Gloria Vanderbilt and her aunt, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney - fondly known in New York society as Glo and Gert - sitting on top of a Louis Vuitton trunk after returning from a cruise. Gloria Vanderbilt, Vanderbilt Houses, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Howard Hughes, Holly Golightly, Errol Flynn, Anderson Cooper Mother, 1940s Fashion, Fernando Pessoa

Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney

This is the fourth, and final, installment in our series of articles about Anderson Cooper's family tree. Today we learn more about Getrude ...

Gloria Vanderbilt Home Have admired her style for decades!

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I really prefer homes that have a rich history and tell a story. A home full of soul and individuality, like the two houses below owned by Gloria Vanderbilt. The first image is my favorite perhaps because of the mix of style and furniture that reveals the many travels of her owner. The last image …

Gloria Vanderbilt, at ten years old, circa 1934 L--Looks like SPED--B


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Gloria Vanderbilt and Fortuny, photographed by Richard Avedon for VOGUE Gloria Vanderbilt as a model wearing a Fortuny Delphos dress in stunning jewels of Rita Delisi. Photo of Richard Avedon for Vogue Italy, Givenchy, Valentino, Elsa Peretti, Gloria Vanderbilt, Carolina Herrera, Karl Lagerfeld, Richard Avedon Photography, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion

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. La robe de Fortuny que portaitce soir~la Albertine me semblait comme l'ombre tentatrice de cette invisible Venise. Elle etait envahie d'ornementation arabe. Marcel Proust, 1923, La Prisonniere Gloria Vanderbilt and Fortuny, photographed by Richard Avedon for VOGUE 1969. In the article Vanderbilt recalls her first glimpses of the innovative gowns made with a revolutionary patented process by Fortuny : "I recalled first seeing the gowns at Miss McNeill's Madison Avenue shop before they…

The sandstone-clad townhouse is set up as three separate units that can easily be recombined. Gloria Vanderbilt, Vanderbilt Houses, Limestone Flooring, Luxury Condo, Luxury Houses, Dream Houses, New York Homes, Luxury Estate, Places

See Inside: Gloria Vanderbilt's $50 Million New York City Childhood Home For Sale

The upper east side townhouse where late fashion mogul/heiress Gloria Vanderbilt, who died on June 17 from cancer at age 95, lived briefly before her mother took her to Paris, is on the market with the hefty price tag of $50 million, according to Originally built in 1891 by Robert B. Lynd, the townhouse…

Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt (left) with her identical twin Thelma Morgan Furness, Viscountess Furness (right), both born in Two original Flapper girls. (This photo was taken in Dxx Gloria Vanderbilt, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Poor Little Rich Girl, Old Money, Identical Twins, Gilded Age, Girls Rules, High Society, Twin Sisters

Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt (seated) and twin sister Thelma, Viscontess, Furness (1955). Photographer Cecil Beaton described them as "alike as two magnolias, and with their marble complexions, raven tresses, and flowing dresses, with their slight lisps and foreign accents..." From the 1940s until their deaths, the twins lived together in New York City and in Los Angeles, CA.