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Bergamot . Powder . And Amber
Mrs. Astor's parties, in the late 19th century, were legendary social events in Gilded Age New York City. Hosted by Caroline Astor, the reigning queen of New York society at the time, these gatherings at her mansion on Fifth Avenue were exclusive affairs attended by the city's elite. Mrs. Astor's guest list was famously exclusive, giving rise to the term "The 400" to refer to the limited number of individuals deemed worthy of attendance. Her parties played a significant role in shaping the social hierarchy and etiquette of the era, setting the standard for high society events in the United States.