"I've actually never been in this store before," said Angela Lindvall, taking in the surroundings. "I live in Los Angeles, so the last thing I do when I come to New York is go shopping."
Meanwhile, Rose McGowan, who has certainly been making the rounds this week (see "The Ubiquitors"), divulged her get-ready secret. "I put spackle on my face," she said. "I was up until 4 a.m. watching a 'Golden Girls' marathon."
Dylan McDermott stopped by briefly before skipping out to a 10 p.m. dinner at the Gramercy Hotel, though it wasn't his first such appearance this week — he was at Proenza Schouler the night before and said he's now practically a fashion week pro. He's not so taken with the models, however. "The girls are so young and they have a deadened quality to them," he said of the ones he's seen thus far.
Uptown, Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn was hosting a much more intimate affair at her Upper East Side home-slash-gallery to celebrate Amanda Goldberg and Ruthanna Hopper's book, "Celebutante." "Gossip Girl" star Taylor Momsen, a bit of a celebutante herself, arrived with her mom in tow, but left well before midnight. After all, she had to get up for classes the next morning at the Professional Performing Arts School. The rest of the crowd, which included co-hosts Tamara Mellon and Jimmy Choo chief Josh Schulman, Christian Slater, Steven Cojocaru and Kimberly Guilfoyle, stayed to watch the primary election returns and enjoy a casual buffet upstairs.