Brooke Shields, now entering her fifth decade of acting, is very clear on one thing: She will never stop acting.
“You are going to have to drag me away. You are going to have the hearse waiting. I’ll say my last words and you can put me in the box,” Shields says in this month’s issue of Luxury Listings NYC.
Shields, who first modeled at just 11 months old for Ivory and went on to controversial roles as a child in “Pretty Baby,” “Endless Love” and “Blue Lagoon,” has had a robust and surprisingly diverse career. In recent years, she branched out into comedy, defying those who saw her as just a pretty face.
In her latest role, Shields plays a Manhattan-lawyer-turned florist with a penchant for solving crimes in the “Flower Shop Mysteries,” premiering this month on the Hallmark Channel. “It is sort of like ‘Murder She Wrote,’” she says.
We also went into the home of entrepreneur and TV personality Barbara Corcoran to talk about success, insecurity and sex.
In Luxe Life, we present 10 luxury wellness products that you can use to get a jumpstart on your New Years resolution. Speaking of the new year, LLNYC looked back at 2015’s record auction sales, including the world’s most expensive handbag and Queen Victoria’s knickers.
Finally, don’t forget to check out our round up of the season’s best party pics and our neighborhood stories, which this issue features: a trip to the city’s first upscale meditation studio; an inside look at Christie’s luxury handbag auction; a review of Lululemon’s new flagship store and an interview with designer Halston’s former lover about his wild night with Andy Warhol at a famed Upper East Side townhouse.
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