In a City of Powerful Names, Ivana Knew How to Be Seen

From a New York Times story by Dodai Stewart headlined “In a City of Powerful Names, She Knew How to Be Seen”:

In the more-is-more New York of the 1980s and 1990s, when Ivana Trump was at the height of her powers, “social media” consisted of party pages and gossip columns, and the best way to make your name was to go out. A lot.

Ivana went out.

“She certainly knew how to get in the papers,” said the author George Rush, who, with his wife, Joanna Molloy, wrote the New York Daily News gossip column Rush & Molloy from 1995 to 2010.