Heat Stroke

Withstanding the heat at the Calvin Klein after party and other fashion week blasts.

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"You just can't treat people like that!" the troublemaker yelled before calming down and going back into the bash — proving it's more important to be part of the "in" crowd than to keep cool.

Some revelers did flee for more air-conditioned climes, though. Co-host Natalia Vodianova and husband Justin Portman popped over to The Double Seven for pal Sophie Dahl's birthday, joining a Brit-heavy crowd including Jacquetta Wheeler and Alice Temperley. Others headed downtown to the Zac Posen party at the SoHo Grand. Swarms of girls there were flirting with Diddy, but he only wanted to talk about how he and the designer first met. "He invited me down to his showroom, we talked and we were cool after that," said the rap impresario.

Posen ended up partying with celeb pals like Claire Danes (of course), Margherita Missoni (of course) and Tara Reid (huh?). "Tomorrow we're in sales meetings but tonight I'm just going to have a good time," the designer said before dancing on any tabletop or chair he could find. Tinsley Mortimer had been trying hard not to have too good of a time all week. "I've been good, I haven't been doing the Bungalow thing," she said.

After midnight, Posen and his posse — including Nicky Hilton, Bijou Phillips and Alexandra Richards — piled into a few Jaguars and rolled up to Home, the name of which never fails to confound Hilton. "I never know if people are asking me if I'm going home to bed or going to Home the club," she said.

Selma Blair, who arrived sans husband Ahmet Zappa (he was back at the house), declined the invitation to party until dawn. "I'm having fun, but I'm exhausted," said the actress, before heading to her real home.
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