Also in the crowd were Lapo Elkann, Rachel Zoe, Carine Roitfeld, Amanda Brooks and the designer's husband, Barry Diller.
Across town, there was more marital support happening when Bono showed up at hot spot du jour The Box for the presentation of Edun, designed by his wife, Ali Hewson, and Rogan Gregory. Editors and fashion hangers-on filled the cabaret space and were treated to a fanciful performance by The Citizens Band. Zooey Deschanel, a special guest star, belted out tunes about gasoline and global warming with the rest of the gang while Shalom Harlow, Mike Myers, Wynonna Judd and Julia Stiles milled about. Hewson's rock-star better half maintained an extremely low profile, keeping mum and watching the action from the mezzanine.
Out in West Hollywood last week, Kidada Jones, daughter of Quincy, and Carly Margolis, daughter of Cherokee head Bobby, made the case for good breeding at Kaviar and Kind, where the progeny presented their respective collections. The former showed her limited-edition Disney Couture baubles, littered with cherry blossoms inspired by a jaunt to Tokyo, while the latter's intricate wallpaper was framed for display.
Following Quincy's lead, the Tinseltown fathers in the crowd stuck close to their kin. Dustin Hoffman stopped by with son Jake, and Bruce Willis mingled between the jewelry cases while daughter Rumer headed to the back room to get a look at rings not on the retail floor.
Nicole Richie might have been the only one not in a buying mood. Chided for not wearing Disney Couture items, she retorted, "I'm pretending to." Bijou Phillips indicated Richie could do worse than emulate Jones' style.