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The International Hall of Fame: Men
The Hon. Dean Acheson, former U.S. secretary of state; Washington, D.C. (1969).
Giovanni Agnelli, Fiat chairman; Turin (1970).
The Earl of Airlie, former Lord Chamberlain to the Queen; Angus, Scotland (1972).
Sir Hardy Amies, fashion designer; London (1974).
Thomas Ammann, private art dealer; Zurich (1988).
Prince Pierre d'Arenberg, host; Paris (2001).
Giorgio Armani, fashion designer; Milan (1981).
Arthur Ashe, professional tennis player; Richmond, Va. (1984).
Fred Astaire, dancer, actor; Los Angeles (1968).
Dr. Daniel Baker, cosmetic surgeon; New York (2000).
Billy Baldwin, decorator; New York (1974).
Wilkes Bashford, fashion retailer; San Francisco (1983).
Cecil Beaton, artist, photographer; London (1970).
The Duke of Beaufort, landowner, partner in the Marlborough art gallery; London (1988).
Jonathan Becker, photographer; New York (2008).
The Duke of Bedford, landowner; London and Santa Fe (1985).
Harry Belafonte, musician; New York (1972).
Bijan (Pakzad), fashion designer; Beverly Hills (1989).
Mark Birley, restaurateur, health-club proprietor, men's-fragrance designer; London (1988).
Earl Blackwell, Celebrity Service founder; New York (1980).
Manolo Blahnik, shoe designer; London (1987).
Bill Blass, fashion designer; New York (1970).
Dixon Boardman, financier; New York and Locust Valley (1994).
David Bowie, musician; New York (1998).
Hamish Bowles, Vogue European editor-at-large; New York (1997).
Ed Bradley, 60 Minutes correspondent; New York (1997).
Conte Brando Brandolini d'Adda, vintner; Venice and Paris (1980).
David Brown, film producer, husband of former Cosmopolitan editor in chief Helen Gurley Brown; New York (1993).
Gianni Bulgari, jewelry designer; Rome (1975).
H.R.H. Prince Kyril of Bulgaria, investment banker; London (1997).
Jeffrey Butler, publishing executive; Los Angeles (1978).
John Cahill, financier; New York (2001).
Michael Cannon, Town & Country editor-at-large; New York (2001).
Pierre Cardin, fashion designer; Paris (1970).
Graydon Carter, Vanity Fair editor; New York (1998).
Nino Cerruti, fashion designer; Paris (1973).
Comte Frédéric Chandon de Briailles, head of Moët & Chandon vineyard; Paris (1991).
Kenneth Chenault, president and C.O.O. of American Express; New York (2000).
Francesco Clemente, artist; New York and Naples (1996).
George Clooney, actor, director, writer, producer; Los Angeles and Lake Como, Italy (2007).
Alistair Cooke, journalist, radio and television personality; London (1984).
Anderson Cooper, anchor, Anderson Cooper 360°; New York (2007).
Hernando Courtwright, owner of the Beverly Wilshire Hotel; Beverly Hills (1973).
Madison Cox, landscape designer, author; New York (2000).
Count Rodolfo Crespi, public-relations executive, socialite; Rome and New York (1970).
Angelo Donghia, textile designer; New York (1977).
The Hon. Angier Biddle Duke, former U.S. ambassador to El Salvador, Spain, Denmark, and Morocco; New York and Southampton (1969).
H.R.H. Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, husband of Queen Elizabeth II; London (1969).
Lapo Elkann, creative entrepreneur, founder and president of Italia Independent and Independent Ideas, founding partner and owner of LA Holding; Turin, Milan, and Paris (2009).
Ahmet Ertegun, co-chairman of the Atlantic Records Group; New York, Southampton, Paris, and Bodrum, Turkey. (1986).
Kim d'Estainville, French businessman, famous Parisian personality; Paris (1978).
Max Evans, fashion journalist; New York (1974).
Robert Evans, film producer; Los Angeles (1975).
Douglas Fairbanks Jr., actor, film producer; Los Angeles (1969).
John Fairchild, W magazine and WWD editor-at-large, author; New York (1988).
Tom Fallon, fashion executive; New York (1981).
The Hon. Harry Fane, representative for Verdura; London (1997).
Bryan Ferry, musician; London (1990).
Christopher "Kip" Forbes, vice-chairman of Forbes Inc.; New York (1990).
Tom Ford, fashion designer; London (2004).
James Galanos, fashion designer; Los Angeles (1982).
John Galliher, socialite; New York (1973).
Comte Paul de Ganay, French and Argentinean businessman, polo player; Paris (1991).
Count Manfredi della Gherardesca, art adviser, curator; London (2009).
Giancarlo Giammetti, honorary chairman of Valentino; Rome (2006).
Sir John Gielgud, actor; London (1982).
Frank Gifford, broadcasting great, former N.F.L. star; New York (1975).
Comte Hubert de Givenchy, fashion designer; Paris (1970).
Senator Barry Goldwater, politician; Phoenix (1976).
Jacques Grange, interior designer; Paris (1994).
Cary Grant, actor; Los Angeles (1969).
H.R.H Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece, investment-fund manager; London (2008).
Robert L. Green, Playboy fashion director; New York (1972).
Baron Nicolas de Gunzburg, Vogue editor; New York (1971).
Charles Gwathmey, architect; New York (2001).
George Hamilton, actor; Los Angeles (1976).
Mark Hampton, interior designer; New York (1991).
Phillips "Pete" Hathaway, European-furniture expert; New York (2000).
Edward W. Hayes, attorney; New York (1994).
Reinaldo Herrera, Vanity Fair contributing editor; New York and Caracas (1983).
Lord Hindlip, former Christie's chairman; London (1999).
Gregory Hines, actor, dancer; New York (1993).
David Hockney, artist; Los Angeles (1986).
James Hoge, Foreign Affairs editor in chief; New York (1987).
Fred Hughes, Andy Warhol's business manager and executor; New York (1987).
Peter Jennings, ABC news anchor; New York (1989).
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