Pierre was a seducer. He went out with some of the most beautiful women of the 1960s and ‘80s. When you mentioned his success with women, his reply was evasive: “I prefer women to photography, and I’m always available to seduce them: a Chinese soup at 11 o’clock at the Carnegie Deli, an exhibition in SoHo on Saturday morning, a concert in the Village at any old time. I’m there, ready. The others aren’t.”
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