Category Archives: 9

Mr. RICHARDSON

Mr. TERRY RICHADSON (photographer) had a delicious veggie dish of rice, beans, guacamole, cheese, and cilantro – AKA a “burrito” – with green and red salsas and fresh-squeezed watermelon juice, all from his favourite Mexican spot Pinche Taqueria, in New York, USA. For dessert he had a pack of sour Skittles, also “very yum.”

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Mr. LUCAS

Mr. MICHAEL LUCAS (film director, in New York, USA) wearing a navy lightweight wool blazer by LANVIN; grey cotton and silk tank top by RICK OWENS; navy cotton trousers and white lightweight sneakers, both by MARTIN MARGIELA.


Mr. THOMAS

Mr. RUPERT THOMAS (editor, THE WORLD OF INTERIORS) had dinner at home in Camden, London, UK, with the playwright Mr. ALAN BENNETT. They ate breaded plaice, tartar sauce, and small roasted potatoes from the local deli MELROSE AND MORGAN, which is so expensive it is known locally as “Melrose and Mortgage.” They also ate steamed broccoli and a homemade carrot-and-apple salad, then stewed apple-and-vanilla rice pudding. It was accompanied with a glass of organic Merlot and some tap water. They shared the GUARDIAN easy crossword, then watched some TV. It was so cold, they lit a real fire.


Mr. OSSENDRIJVER

Mr. LUCAS OSSENDRIJVER (designer) and his friend Mr. DAVID AZCON dined at a Japanese restaurant on Silhouette Island, Seychelles. They had teppanyaki of assorted meats (chicken marinated in soy sauce, Angus beef, lamb), cuttlefish and gambas, miso soup and salad. They downed it all with Japanese beer.


Mr. ADAMS

Mr. BRYAN ADAMS (singer, photographer) ate at home in London, UK, with some friends and crewmembers. They had homemade veggie burgers on pesto foccaccia bread buns with pommes frites. Grapefruit sorbet as a dessert. No drinks.


Dr. BRANDT

Dr. FREDERIC BRANDT (dermatologist) dined with ANDY WARHOL superstar Ms JANE HOLZER at her home in New York, USA. They ate vegetable stew with salmon in HOLZER’s dining room, surrounded by a TRIPLE ELVIS by WARHOL and a new piece featuring HOLZER by RICHARD PRINCE.


Mr. BURRICHTER

Mr. FELIX BURRICHTER (editor-in-chief) had four friends over dinner at his New York condo, which doubles as the editorial headquarters of architecture magazine PIN-UP. He made mustard rosemary chicken with a gratin de finnois with turnip and a cucumber salad. They drank Nicolas Feuillate champagne followed by some red wine.