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Whilst perusing your fashion notes from all over, please be advised that New York City's new First Lady, Donna Hanover Giuliani, was the only woman in red at Carroll Petrie's smart little dinner at home for...

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Read all about the benefit auction at Christie's on March 8 and read all about it right now. It's for the Education Department of the Metropolitan Opera Guild, and the co-chairmen of the evening are Beverly Sills and Oscar de la Renta, who is designing a dress for your-special-evening-at-the-Met. Bill Blass is donating a ballgown from his spring collection,Carolina Herrera is donating one of her particularly beautiful outfits, and for the men, a suit of your choice from Sulka. So you'll be able to fit in these clothes after you buy them, the Guild is auctioning a three-month membership to the Vertical Club, a one-hour massage at the Peninsula Spa and a half-day at Georgette Klinger. If that doesn't work, throw in the towel. Placido Domingo is the honorary chairman, and the auction will feature a larger-than-life surprise from Luciano Pavarotti! Who better?

The fashion and beauty industry will turn out on Feb. 15 for Winternight '94, the annual benefit dinner-dance for The Lighthouse, honoring Liz Tilberis, the editor-in-chief of Harper's Bazaar. Philip Miller of Saks Fifth Avenue is the chairman of the evening, which is set for the Waldorf's Ballroom. Everyone has taken a table -- Bill Blass, Joseph Abboud, Oscar de la Renta, Donna Karan, Judith Leiber, Carolina Herrera, Calvin Klein, Josie Natori, Arie Kopelman, Leonard Lauder, Nicole Miller, Isaac Mizrahi, Ralph Lauren, Adrienne Vittadini and on and on and on. The ballroom will glitter because Robert Isabell is in charge, and the Michael Carney Orchestra will have them all on their feet.

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