Having taken herself back across the Atlantic, Daisy Prince finds that what is fabulous in London is merely frou-frou in New York
ONE EMOTION I never expected to feel upon my return to New York was culture shock. Despite living in London for nine years, I never felt entirely integrated. Of course I got used to certain English things, like laughing at sarcasm the first time around, and pies that were filled with meat and fish instead of cream and fruit. But, on the whole, I always retained my American sensibilities.