Whilst waiting for the arrival of her baby, mother-to-be Michelle Pfeiffer is not just sitting there like a dumb old pregnant log. She's busy developing screenplays via her own production company on such varied projects as the Puritan witch trials and a biopic of the great artist Georgia O'Keeffe. Watch for Michelle as a woman who runs with a wolf (pardon me, Clara Pinkola Estes) in her next movie, the wolf being Jack Nicholson.
Naomi Campbell is supposed to be leaving for Paris in about a week to consult with the director Robert Altman. It seems he's offered her a role in his tell-all dissection of the fashion industry flick, "Pret-a-Porter." Will she play a model or will it be a stretch? Only Mr. Quirky Altman knows.
Lucile and Guy Peyrelongue of the Cosmair Peyrelongues gave a dinner at home in honor of the new Consul General of France in New York, Baron Baeyens and the Baroness Baeyens, Andre and Mo for short. Andre is half French and half American. Mo is from Vienna.
Mme. Peyrelongue set her table with 18th century china from Porcelane de Chantilly and centered it with Meissen "musician monkeys" all playing away on their little instruments, miniature rose trees and silver goblets. Divine. Cosmair chef Patrick Boisjot prepared the dinner, perhaps one of his last because he is leaving soon to open his own restaurant in Connecticut. Pity.
Lucile Peyrelongue wore a black Valentino, Blaine Trump wore a long black sheath; Joan Rivers, there with Orin Lehman, wore black sequins under a transparent beaded jacket, Adrienne Vittadini wore black cut velvet and Marife Hernandez wore a long red wool suit by Bill Blass. Among the other guests were Robert Trump, Anne and Jim Fuchs, Gretchen and Eugene Grisanti, Paul Wilmot and John Bradley. Bien venu, Andre and Mo, and many more of them.