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I guess everyone will agree that Suzy was an exceptional human being, with the warmest heart ever, remarkable lightning wit, beauty, unbelievable...

Years ago I began calling Suzy "La Swuze," a nickname that came to me spontaneously as I searched for a way for her name...

I do not want to write this. Who wants to write about a best friend who has died? Who wants to write about a...

This newsletter is dedicated to “Born to Shop” Suzy Gershman who died on July 25, 2012 after a brave but ugly battle with brain...

Of course I had known who Suzy was before I’d met her – like so many others, I’d traveled with her books and, from...

I met Suzy when People Magazine assigned the two of us to cover the grand, star-studded opening of EuroDisney, now Paris Disneyland, in April...

La crêperie des Canettes, Paris 6th. Photo by patrianova. It’s easy to get blasé about crêpes in Paris. If you’re anything like me, after a brief but...

For the last decade I have worshipped at the shrine of Suzy. Suzy Gershman, that is—Shopping Goddess. For those who’ve not yet read Gershman’s...

Bill and Tom are in my bedroom as I write. They are wearing helmets with lights, like coal miners. Their ponytails are secure, to...

International shipping is a miracle. That anyone gets anything is totally amazing. My furniture left my house in Provence and went to Marseille. From...

When I have serious French-American cultural questions in Provence, I have always turned to my resident guru Walter Wells, who has lived in France...

I sold my house in Provence last December to some friends who happened to see that I noted on my web site that I...