World-class eccentric, anachronistic prima donna, and paragon of blue-blood ridiculousness, Colin Tennant (or, as he no doubt prefers to be called, Lord Glenconner) used to own the Caribbean jet-set wonderland of Mustique—and hates nothing more than to be reminded that he no longer does. Tennant bought the three-square-mile island in the '50s and soon made it a magnet for celebrity hedonists. (Presenting a patch of land to then swinging Princess Margaret in effect procured a royal seal of approval.) Financial woes forced him out in the late '70s, and ever since, he has lived in exile in... More >>>