If you are passing through Tangier / Morocco and have anything to offer and make your presence known, the foreign set will adopt you in less time than it takes to stuff a sardine. Bored, starved for amusement and news of the outside world, the city’s fraternity of non-natives is always looking for fresh meat for its croquet parties, color-themed parties and Easter-hat parties. Any excuse for a party. At the top of the pyramid in an eye-bending matrix that would require 10 pages of footnotes are the interior designers Jean-Louis Riccardi, Stuart Church and François Gilles; the painters Claudio Bravo, Lawrence Mynott and “Gipi” de Richemont Salvy, Welfling’s husband; the philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy and his wife, Arielle Dombasle; the photographer Tessa Codrington and her husband, Stuart Wheeler, the immensely wealthy tycoon and UK Independent Party treasurer; the garden designers Madison Cox and Umberto Pasti; Pierre Bergé. . . .
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