Are we the only ones that daydream of lavish revelry as the royal ruler Marie Antoinette glamorously once did? Not according to the hordes that attend the Victorian- and rococo-themed soirees that Dances of Vice extraordinarily puts together. And this month, they’re stepping it up a notch. For three days, starting Friday, whether on a cruise or in a ballroom, you’re invited to wine and dine in decadent, old-fashioned glamour. Patrons are also encouraged to dress in avant-garde costume, and nothing less than formal attire is allowed—because who wants to be confused as a peasant?
Nov. 20-22, 2009