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- n. a fashionable young woman of the upper classes
After eight years of dating, this stylish Sloane Ranger patiently and perfectly nabbed one of the world's most eligible bachelors and his late mother's stunning oval sapphire and diamond engagement ring -- which was a perfect fit.
But Peter York, author of The Sloane Ranger's Handbook, and a keen anthropologist of the posh, compares the displacement of the upper classes to that of an indigenous people, forced off their land by loggers.
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William's mother, the late Princess Diana, was an archetypal Sloane Ranger when she joined Great Britain's royal family in the early 1980s.
Her fashion aesthetic, if you need a label, leans toward what Huffington Post's royal expert, Yvonne Yorke, calls "modern Sloane Ranger."
Sloane Ranger showed at 1 m.; well spotted sprinting acquiring Pennington.
They went to the ballet at Covent Garden; they were invited to attend a dinner at London’s Guildhall to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the Nobel Prize–winning discovery of DNA; and they even featured prominently in Tatler magazine, house journal of the snobbish Sloane Ranger set.
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