Round Robin

The Golden Globes weekend of parties kicked off Thursday night with a trio celebrating - naturally - fashion.

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The Golden Globes weekend of parties kicked off Thursday night with a trio celebrating — naturally — fashion. On Rodeo Drive, David Yurman feted the opening of his Yabu Pushelberg-designed West Coast flagship with Hilary Duff and Amber Valletta, who admitted she'd stopped by the day before to "play with jewelry," and that night, had her eye on a large green opal couture ring with tsvarite. Perhaps she wanted it to wear with her short black Chanel frock, chosen in honor of the splashy dinner the French fashion house was throwing at Chateau Marmont an hour later. The parlor's sofa and chairs were cleared out to make way for two long tables that each sat 40, including the likes of hostess Sienna Miller, Cameron Diaz, Dustin Hoffman, Lindsay Lohan, Harvey Weinstein, Kate Bosworth, Evangeline Lilly, Rachel Bilson and Jaime King.

"You know, we may not remember this night," Hoffman joked to Diaz before sitting down to dinner. Miller, however, couldn't sit still for long, popping out onto the patio every few minutes. "Sorry, I am just dying for a cigarette," she said impishly. Her admiring dinner partners Johnny Lee Miller and Jack Huston didn't seem to mind. But Chanel didn't get all the starlets — another bevy, including Ali Larter, Rebecca Gayheart, Shiva Rose and Monet Mazur, were on hand at Sunset Tower for W magazine's "A Hollywood Affair."

At Louis Vuitton's Rodeo Drive boutique the next day, Irena Medavoy hosted a luncheon where Wendi Murdoch, Cheryl Tiegs, Melanie Ellison, Liane Weintraub and 30 other ladies nibbled on chef Ludovic Lefebvre's dover sole and sipped Krug Champagne as the spring collection made its American debut. "You know, I used to be a Cristal girl, but I have a new favorite," purred Medavoy.
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