> >The thread on Buttonisms reminded me of one that's puzzled me for a
> >long time: During the initial pose for Moniotte and Lavanchy's free
> >dance (in 1995, maybe? - the one with the silver cut-out dress), the
> >camera did a close-up on Sophie Moniotte's face. Dick said, "Doesn't
> >she look like a refugee from the Junior League!"
> >?????? What did he mean?
> I'm not sure,but isn't there a junior league of young society women who
> organize charitable and social events? I guess he was implying she had an
> aristocratic," socialite" look to her.
the junior league is a long standing souther tradition... the members
were the high society, the debutantes the daughters of the wealthy (or
genteely poor too) it has sort of a scarlett o'hara ring to it.
dejah, who knows that the junior league does some very worthwhile
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