Publicado em 29/04/2012
Capitalism is not a plague but a peculiar necessity to western culture. Neverthless not always the difficult experience of fortune brings luck to its heirs. Barbara Hutton, the famous heiress of Woolworth five-and-dime stores, with her life full of sorrow and desillusions, has been an exemple that sometimes to be born rich is a great bankruptcy or a touch of the evil witch. In order of appearence: Yves Saint-Laurent, Diego Rivera and Frida Khalo, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Lee Oswald, Joan Crawford, Jane Mansfield & Barbara Hutton.