Sabine Getty, Lauren Santo Domingo, Nicky Rothschild and the new generation of thousands of young people who can afford the most exclusive fashion.
In a profile of the Lebanese millionaire who drew the newspaper The Guardian, the largest collector of haute couture in the world -1,600 pieces whose price ranges between 50,000 and 290,000 euros- was presented with a two pieces of Chanel while taking out a sandwich of Egg from her bag with her hands "perfectly arranged" and adorned with a pink diamond.
Of Lebanese origin like Ayoub, Sabine Getty is 33 years old and has 57.9000 followers on Instagram. She is a socialite and jewelry designer. On May 30, 2015, Sabine, née Ghanem, married the financier Joseph Getty in the Basilica of the Twelve Apostles in Rome with a design by Schiaparelli.
This season, the young woman has attended the parades of Christian Dior and Armani Privé. Where will you have the opportunity to show off the creations you have commissioned? In some of the private parties offered by his political family in his mansion in Buckinghamshire or perhaps aboard the Talitha, the 263-meter-long yacht built in 1929 with which the Getty sail the seas of the Caribbean or dock in Porto Cervo.
Like Getty, Lauren Santo Domingo (250,000 followers on Instagram), wife of Colombian billionaire Andrés Santo Domingo and former editor of Vogue, is currently in Paris. There he has gone to the parades of Givenchyo Giambattista Valli.
The founder of the Moda Operandi online sales platform has taken advantage of her stay in the capital, where she has a spectacular pied-à-terre decorated by François Catroux, to celebrate a dinner for the launch of the brand The Elder Statesman on its website.
Naturally, among the number of people who can afford models whose price starts at 9,000 euros, and that barely reaches one thousand - "the happy few", Bruno Pavlosky, president of Chanel, calls them - the hermeticism prevails. The cases of Getty, Santo Domingo or Hilton are the exception. We are talking about (very) well-off women from Russia, China and Latin America.
She was born 61 years ago in Kuwait and lives between Paris and Monaco. She worked as a waitress in a Lebanese restaurant in Paris when she met Nasser Al-Rashid, a Saudi billionaire who was King Fahd's adviser. The couple married in 1979 - she, dressed as Jean-Louis Scherrer - and divorced in 1996. Mouna then devoted herself to her true love. "There are people who traffic with weapons or who prefer to play roulette. My only passion is haute couture, "he warned in that interview published by The Guardian.