I’m just like many of you: I love the occasional online gossip read. I page through the tabloids and laugh while waiting for my Gelish appointment when I see who’s been caught doing that walk of shame (snapped in the same outfit they were wearing the night before). I live vicariously through friends: my bestie who was in LA for work and got to see Adriatique on the hotel’s rooftop (jealous, much), and the one who’s heading to Dubai in search of David August (no words). As for strangers and their party stories I read about – those that seem borderline bewildering – I have three words: I just can’t.
They make partying look eortless, especially when they say They say partying is fun, but it’s definitely not for the weak, confesses Tidi Benbenisti (as she kicks off her non-party party flats, and gives up on taming her dishevelled tresses) CONFESSIONS OF A NON-PARTY things like, ‘Oh, I just threw on this little number’ or ‘This is me, from the boardroom to the bar and now the club…’ – blah, blah, yeah, right. I’m not the voice of authority by any stretch of the imagination. I’ve not spent four weeks exploring la isla Ibiza, frequenting hot spots Space, Amnesia, DC-10, Ushuaïa and Pacha 24/7 as my friends from London, Amsterdam and Lagos all have, but I have accumulated impressive party miles in recent years, if I say so myself, and speak from experience.
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