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"This is quite the fashion event. I wish everyone here were wearing green. Wouldn't that be fun?" joked Gigi Grazer as she watched the hordes of bold-faced names pour into the Cunard Building Wednesday night to help honor Vanity Fair editor in chief...

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After Carter accepted his award and showed off the prospective covers for the next "green" Vanity Fair — including Al Gore posing with a nude Scarlett Johansson and Keira Knightley, à la Tom Ford — the partyers made their way back into the night, headed for the fleet of idling black gas-guzzlers ready to whisk them home. Unfortunately, the hybrid town car isn't available yet.
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