Do you have 10 minutes?
Do you want to make this face several times in the next 10 minutes?
Then read this article in the latest issue of Vanity Fair - "Little Lord Flaunteroys".
Vanity Fair - Little Lord Flaunteroys
It's about the two sons, 16 and 18 years old, of supermodel Stephanie Seymour and billionaire mogul and art collector Peter Brant. This story of their lives is ridiculous. But a completely guilty pleasure read. These dandy boys (VF's word, not mine) are the most annoying of socialite entitled do-nothings who provide the most ludicrous musings. I think I gave myself whiplash by shaking my head so much.
“It’s not like we’re Suri Cruise,” Peter said.
“Have you met her?” I asked.
“I haven’t,” said Peter. “I want to, though. She’s one of my idols.”
“She has amazing style,” I said.
Peter said, “She does.”
“And it’s all coming from her,” Harry remarked.
“Clearly she’s just an awesome person,” said Peter.
“She’s always got some ’do. I love her hair,” said Harry.
“And she always has some, like, sassy frog slippers,” Peter said.
“And, like, jammies in the restaurant,” Harry said.
“Didn’t she have some ladybug boots?” Peter asked. “I was like, I need those.”
Harry said, “I have them in gray.”
I mean sure, hilarious, if spouted by someone with some sense of self-awareness or someone who was trying to be funny, but I'm not sure they were.
The article is a laughable glimpse into a world I'll never fully understand. Take the 10 minutes, it's worth it.