Betty Halbreich is who I want to end up being. She’s 86, no longer cares what anyone thinks, has 12 closets of gorgeous, classic clothing, and is the founder of Bergdorf-Goodman’s personal shopping service. I’ve been to BG once, was so intimated with how posh it is that I walked in one door and went right back out the next. I’m less dainty society woman and more bull in a china shop, but I love beautiful things. So does Betty, which is a big basis for this memoir.