Venice as New York, for a night in the lagoon the great worldliness returns inspired by one of the most famous parties in history. It was 1966 when Truman Capote organized a masked ball in history at the Plaza as "The black and white ball": five hundred guests, selected on the basis of an extremely accurate list, with a rigid and elegant dress code. The images of Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow, of Gianni and Marella Agnelli, of Andy Warhol and of the landlord Truman Capote, all in black and white, are memorable. 53 years later, on the occasion of the Venice Film Festival, Vanity Fair gives new life to the minimalism of the two "non-colors" setting up its highly anticipated party at the Scuola Grande della Misericordia and inviting its guests to reinterpret the "black and white "
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