July 5, 1915
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
|Died||July 6, 1978
Manhattan, New York, U.S.
|Cause of death||Lung cancer|
|Resting place||Memorial Cemetery, St. John’s Church, Cold Spring Harbor, New York|
|Occupation||Magazine editor, socialite|
|Spouse(s)||Stanley Grafton Mortimer, Jr. (m. 1940â€“46)
William S. Paley (m. 1947â€“78)
Stanley Grafton Mortimer III
|Parent(s)||Harvey Cushing and Katharine Stone Crowell Cushing|
|Relatives||Mary Benedict Cushing (sister)
Betsey Cushing (sister)
Neatness – which is grooming, after all – is definitely the most important requirement.
I like the sudden shock of non-sequitur color. Color, in fact, is my weakness.
I'm still one of those persons who prefers to wear pants, especially for at-home entertaining.
The look of being too deliberately dressed, with everything cautiously matching, always bores me.