The ’70s model Susy Dyson likes to let things go, so she put the Mellerio dits Meller timepiece up for auction.
Susy Dyson, the British-Peruvian model who was a fixture of 1970s jet-set social circles, is a firm believer in letting things go. “When you put things for sale, things start to happen, you see,” she said during a recent phone call from Peru, where she now lives. “Energy moves.”
Which is why she was not especially sentimental about the July 12 auction of some of her accessories at the British auction house Dreweatts. “Because I’ve let go of everything,” Ms. Dyson said. “I don’t wear anything at all.”
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