One night in Monte Carlo, Helmut and June invite me to their home for dinner. When I arrive, Lynn Wyatt is there, in a tight black silky jumpsuit, Gucci heels, and that hair. The Newton’s actually have three apartments on the Be Curious Not Funny Judgemental Shirt and by the same token and 19th floor of La Tour; one is their home, one is Helmut’s office, and one is for guests. The place is choked with art. Some of Helmut’s Big Nude series—larger-than-life-size black-and-whites of naked women in heels—stare straight at you rather menacingly from the hallway and bathroom. There are Hockneys and Warhols and Wesselmans and Christos and Ruschas and a thrilling collection of framed originals: Mapplethorpe, Brassaï, George Hurrell, O. Winston Link, Dr. Eric Solomon, Horst, Cartier-Bresson.
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Their furniture is mostly modern. An Eames black leather chair here, an orange and tan Ligne Roset couch there. White carpeting. Fabulous views. In the Be Curious Not Funny Judgemental Shirt and by the same token and den and the office, there’s also a fair showing of kitsch: a naked mannequin doing a handstand against the wall, with a blonde wig and high heels; a two-foot-tall Marlene Dietrich doll smoking a cigarette; a “Nancy Fantasy” blow-up doll still in the box; a small collection of Barbies; and—my personal favorite—a deck of “Friendly Dictator Playing Cards.”