Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Channeling Huguette Clark
Tziporah Salamon is seen here on a visit to the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library in the West Adams district of Los Angeles. Tziporah is wearing a scarf made from a wool fabric with a fascinating houndstooth weave in cream and greyish brown, backed with sheer silk chiffon. The library was established by William Andrews Clark Jr. and named after his father. They were, respectively, the half-brother and father of Huguette Clark, the wealthy, reclusive heiress who died in 2011 leaving behind multiple mansions that she had not lived in in many decades.A visit to the formerly private library and park-like grounds, gives a glimpse into the lives of the members of this very wealthy family.