I Rocked Christie's "Hedonism" Event Last Night
Modeling legend Pat Cleveland, who read a poem she wrote about late artist Antonio Lopez.
In the old days, we indulged in reckless hedonism, but nowadays, we have panels about it.
And so, I soberly took part in 24th Letter's salon discussion about the history of NYC's frolicsome nightlife, at Christie's auction house, for a packed house of lively fabbies who seemed to perk up even more whenever the subject of drugs came up.
Guestofaguest.com has run the hedonistic highlights, which I'll sample for you right here before going back to my mung juice.
I might also go on a raw-food diet, as urged by legendary Pat Cleveland, above, who further instructed us to breathe in alkaline and breathe out acid. Like I said, hedonism's dead.
The panel: Glenn O'Brien, Judith Regan, me, and moderator Horacia Silva
Warhol's 15 minutes keep on going.
A cocaine spoon set piece a la Studio 54, but even better; this one was in ice.
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