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On 3 September 1951 Beistegui held a masked costume ball, which he called Le Bal oriental, at the Palazzo Labia.

Paul-Louis Weiller, Madame Mallard, Lady Diana Cooper, Baron de Cabrol and Madame Hersent

Paul-Louis Weiller, Madame Mallard, Lady Diana Cooper, Baron de Cabrol and Madame Hersent at the Bal Beistegui

Cornell Capa: Paul-Louis Weiller, Madame Mallard, Lady Diana Cooper, Baron de Cabrol and Madame Hersent at the Bal Beistegui

Arturo Lopez-Willshaw, his wife and first cousin, Patricia, along with his companion the Barron De Rede (back left) arriving at LE BAL ORIENTAL On 3 September 1951.

Arturo Lopez-Willshaw, his wife and first cousin, Patricia, along with his companion Baron Alexis de Rede (back left) arriving at Le Bal Oriental, given by Charles de Beistegui in Venice on 3 September

Quelle bande !!

The Baron de Redé in the middle at the Oriental ball in Photo by Patrick Anson, Earl of Lichfield.

On 3 September 1951 Beistegui held a masked costume ball, which he called Le Bal oriental, at the Palazzo Labia.

{Le Bal Oriental} The couturier Jacques Fath and his wife, Genevieve (He as Le Roi Soleil; she as Queen of the Night)

Is it me or does it just seem that parties were more fun back in the day?   Cecil Beaton as Nadar with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton at the Bal Proust at Guy de Rothschild’s Château Férrières 1971

Cecil Beaton as Nadar with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton at the Bal Proust at Guy de Rothschild’s Château Férrières 1971

Marie-Hélène de Rothschild between Henri de Monpezat and his wife queen Margriet of Denmark at Alexis de Redé's Bal Oriental

hotelhautesociete: then Crown Princess (now Queen) Margrethe of Denmark and her husband Prince Henrik with Baroness Marie-Hélène de Rothschild at Le Bal Oriental, 5 December 1969

Baron de Redè

Georges Geffroy and Baron Alexis de Rédé bal Beistegui 1951 © Ostier

Carlos (Charles) de Beistegui (1895-1970) at his costume ball at the Palazzo Labia, 1951.   "No mere party giver, he was the producer of brilliant social events, works of art with themes, and he had the money to carry them out to the last expensive detail."  - Dominick Dunne

Carlos (Charles) de Beistegui at his costume ball at the Palazzo Labia, "No mere party giver, he was the producer of brilliant social events, works of art with themes, and he had the money to carry them out to the last expensive detail.

Scala Regia Inspirational Archives: Bal Beistegui

* Bal Masqué Beistegui 1951 On 3 September 1951 Beistegui held a masked costume ball, which he called Le Bal oriental, at the Palazzo Labia.

Last Queen of Paris, Jacqueline, comtesse de Ribes, multiplied herself by commissioning matching costumes for two fellow attendees. Photograph by Willy Rizzo.

Couturier Jacques Fath, as Roi-Soleil, and his wife Geneviève arriving to Charles de Beistegui's Ball at Palazzo Labia in Venice. 1951

On 3 September 1951 Beistegui held a masked costume ball, which he called Le Bal oriental, at the Palazzo Labia.

История красоты - Венецианский бал 1951 года.

* Orson Welles and Aimée de Heeren Bal Beistegui 1951

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