Cornelia Guest, actress, activist, designer and writer.
Truman Capote

Cornelia Guest, Truman Capote’s last swan: ‘He was desperate to write and didn’t consider the consequences’

Her family’s famous surname is back in fashion thanks to ‘Feud: Capote vs. The Swans,’ Ryan Murphy’s new series that chronicles the famous writer’s fall from grace. Cornelia Guest remembers him as a ‘generous and sweet’ friend, but she assures EL PAÍS that she will never tell his darkest secrets to a journalist

From left to right: Margarita, Juan de Borbón, Juan Carlos, María de las Mercedes de Borbón, Pilar and Alfonso, in 1950.
spanish Royal family

How did the former king of Spain kill his brother? A documentary explores the mysterious death of Alfonso de Borbón

Víctor Manuel de Saboya — son of the last king of Italy and childhood friend of Juan Carlos I, the emeritus King of Spain — reveals how he witnessed the accidental homicide of the young duke. ‘He didn’t shoot him directly, but through the closet. I was there. It was 100% an accident,’ the Italian prince says, in a new Netflix docuseries

"There are people who think that because of the #MeToo movement, everything is fine now. That's how bad things are," says the actress. Here, she is pictured wearing a hooded jacket, leggings and green leather ankle boots, all by Alexandre Vauthier Haute Couture.

Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, the surprising star of ‘Emily in Paris’: ‘The #MeToo movement was cosmetic. Everyone used the hashtag and then forgot about it’

At 60, the French actress has become a global celebrity thanks to her role in one of Generation Z’s favorite TV shows. She says that she doesn’t much resemble the character she plays, a self-confident and irreverent Parisian, but the truth is that she’s not entirely dissimilar from Sylvie Grateau, either

Diane de Beauvau-Craon photographed in Paris last summer.

Diane de Beauvau-Craon, the last rebel princess: ‘I did a lot of drugs, drank a lot of booze, slept with a lot of queers, and I’m still here’

The Spanish-French aristocrat was a muse for Andy Warhol and Roy Halston, a friend of Robert Mapplethorpe, and in a polyamorous relationship with Karl Lagerfeld and Jacques de Bascher. At 67, she has published a memoir of sex, drugs and debauchery. ‘I learned to destroy myself through pleasure and rebuild myself through love,’ she says



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