The shows didn’t keep anyone from staying out late. Herrera put the finishing touches on her collection the day before so she could attend.
"I’m a little nervous, but my show’s at 4 o’clock, so it should be OK."
As for Paltrow, she couldn’t sit still.
"Wiggle a little more, Gwyneth," commanded an auctioneer as she modeled the Movado watch for the room full of bidders. She did, and the price climbed up to $16,000.
"Sold!" he cried.
With nary a bartender in sight, Moore’s boyfriend, Bart Freundlich, slipped behind the bar and passed out beers to thirsty guests, while Hayek served herself some red wine.
"The bar is closed," scolded a waiter.
"I stole a beer," giggled Moore before heading back to the dance floor.
But by 11 p.m., the crowd that couldn’t sit down had grown restless. Anne McNally, Rena Sindi, Jeff Klein and Elizabeth Saltzman headed to Bungalow 8 for Diane Von Furstenberg’s post-show party without missing a beat.