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a young woman making her debut into society


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However, that did not stop a record 1,400 eager young gals rushing to be among the last debutantes to be presented at Buckingham Palace in March, 1958.
pCmt a2 Cand the Queen Charlotte's Birthday Ball remained a big part of the London season and was held each year in Grosvenor House with all the debutantes dressed in white ball gowns.
For a debutante, the "White and Red Ball" is an unforgettable experience.
Cecily, who was escorted to the ball by Antoine Dwernicki, was introduced to the other debutantes, who came from all over Europe, South America and Asia, the day before Le Bal.
She was all smiles as she took the dance floor and waltz to a song from the hit film "La La Land" in front of the other 19 debutantes including Steve Harvey's daughter, Lori Harvey.
Also, 'The Debutantes' is another must-watch for fans of director Prime Cruz's work, who also helmed 'Can We Still Be Friends', 'Sleepless' and 'Ang Mananaggal sa Unit 23B' which was an official entry at the recently concluded Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino.
Aidan O'Brien supplied a one-two in the opening two-year-old fillies maiden as Seamus Heffernan brought debutante and 2/1 favourite Promise To be True from last to first to foil Elizabeth Browning (Ana O'Brien).
The debutantes, who are also known as the real life Gossip Girls, stood in a reception line and greeted more than 1000 guests before being presented on stage.
Zion Church in Worcester presented the Debutantes of Central Massachusetts Debutante Ball at the Manor Restaurant and Banquet Hall in West Boylston.
The programme focuses on the daughters, or debutantes, of upper class families who model hats and clothes, and get lessons on protocol.
This ornament was given by three debutantes as party favors at their debutante party.
Last Curtsey: The End of the Debutantes. Fiona MacCarthy.
The "Hispanic-Tradition Theme Barbie" comes out at a time when Brazil's baile de debutantes and the quinceanera parties in Spanish-speaking countries are on the wane.
Long before software entrepreneur Peter Norton discovered his passion for slick-but-socially-conscious art (e.g., Carrie Mae Weems) or UPN mogul Dean Valentine began scooping up the work of art-school debutantes, California collecting was defined by the Andersons ("Hunk" and "Moo") of Atherton.
The British magazine Tatler is known for its portraits of debutantes wearing pearls and generally celebrating the country's upper classes, film stars, and fashion models.