Jackie Yordan remembered

        Jackie Yordan was, according to many who knew him, an “incredible sweetheart and an amazing person… He was truly one of the biggest heart throbs of the period in New York.  The thing about him was that he had no attitude at all and he couldn’t have been sweeter. So, everybody Read more about Jackie Yordan remembered[…]

Photo Gallery: Pool and Garden Time (August 1993)

After a long, hot day on Fowler Beach in South Hampton, my guests and I returned to our backyard pool for a dip and some roughhousing in the water. Gustavo Otto and Bryan Hogan were a handsome, well-built couple. Gustavo, a friendly Chilean, graciously posed nude for my camera in our overgrown garden while I Read more about Photo Gallery: Pool and Garden Time (August 1993)[…]

To Fluff or Not to Fluff (1998-99)

1998-1999—In 1998, my investment bank offered me a position heading up a group in its Tokyo office. I was reluctant to go, but it was the only way I was likely to remain on my career path, so I agreed to move there for several years. Unsurprisingly, life in Tokyo was exciting, exotic, and exasperating Read more about To Fluff or Not to Fluff (1998-99)[…]

My First Night at the Saint

I moved to New York City in the fall of 1980 and quickly landed a job at a top corporate design agency, making $15,000 a year. It wasn’t much to live on, but, fortunately, my rent was only $250 a month for an Upper Eastside tenement—a 3-room railroad flat, complete with bathtub in the kitchen. Read more about My First Night at the Saint[…]