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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

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

{Le Bal du Siècle} Guests at the Beistegui ball - All over Europe the expectant guests were worrying over their costumes and preparating for the great night. People elaborated majestic entrances into the ball and rehearsed for days before.

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.

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

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

Cecil Beaton and Friends

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

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.

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

Mme. Arturo Lopez-Willshaw and Betty Clair at the Ball given by Carlos de Beistegui at the Palazzo Labia

Arturo Lopez-Willshaw and Betty Clair at the Beistegui Ball 1951

The ‘chinese emperor’s troupe’ at the Beistegui Ball at Palazzo Labia in Venice, September 1951

The ‘chinese emperor’s troupe’ at the Beistegui Ball at Palazzo Labia in Venice, September 1951

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