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Curiously, it is Johnson's Lieber Meister Mies--born at MOMA--who will likely hold court at the Whitney show, whose curator is Phyllis Lambert, founding director of the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal.
It's a compact, lavishly photographed book with some of the most exotic bathrooms in the world, designed by the likes of Philippe Starck and Andree Putman for fashion kings such as Karl Lagerfeld, who apparently likes to hold court in his loo, as he's got upholstered chairs pulled up to the side of the bathtub.
The good times kick off with a high-voltage bang Saturday when Ricky Martin, Will Smith, Britney Spears and Blondie hold court at Dodger Stadium.
Sometimes we have these little casual seminars where a veteran will hold court under a wing (of the bomber).
Blue fliers announcing the impending arrival of heiress and reality-show diva Paris Hilton are plastered on store walls and a bright pink banner hangs over the exit doors of uber-retailer Wal-Mart, where the playgirl/author will hold court Tuesday evening.
MADONNA is planning to hold court in London this summer.