There were so many things I couldn't do when my brother-in-law was president.
As a child, the person I admired most in the world was Lana Turner! She seemed the epitome of glamour, and her glitzy surroundings so enviable, the opposite of my mother's extremely banal taste.
New Yorkers are obsessed with youth and eternal youth and then their careers and making money.
There's a McDonald's in the Louvre.
Onassis told me. He begged me to come to the wedding.
The most important thing, I've found, is to be self-reliant.
Jackie's dream was France, but mine was really art and Italy, as that was all I cared about through school. My history of art teacher, who saved my life at Farmington, was obsessed with Bernard Berenson, and I succumbed as well.