World sex vanity special
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The wedding of the summer is still on — and you'd have to be crazy rich not to squeal in vicarious wonder at its opulence. Custom-made Givenchy gowns. White truffle and caviar pizza. Millions of rose petals turned into a decadent carpet at a secluded villa.
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Fans of Crazy Rich Asians have another romantic comedy to look forward to: Kevin Kwan, the author behind the novels that 's summer smash was based on, just published another book set in a rarified world —and it's already on track to hit the big screen. Here's what to expect from the Sex and Vanity movie. Sex and Vanity is loosely based on E. Forster's A Room with a View. The plot follows Lucie Churchill, who's trying to decide between two men: the WASPy finance guy she should want, and George Zao, the one she can't stop thinking about.
That book, which grew into a wildly popular trilogy and film franchise, made the Marie Antoinette-ing of the Singaporean superrich both freakish and fascinating. Though this book also features an international cast of characters, with principals of partly Asian heritage, its compass aims at points farther west. It begins with a very touristy idyll in Capri, then goes back home to Manhattan and the Hamptons, with one eye on Hollywood at all times. The author conveniently casts a future film version with Armie Hammer, Alexander Skarsgard and probably Henry Golding as eye candy.