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Naomi Sims, model, African American model, black model, obituary, death,

Naomi Sims, Model, Dies

Naomi Sims, the legendary African American model who broke racial barriers, died in Newark on Saturday.

Jay McInerney's House Party

Anne Hearst and Jay McInerney opened their palatial house in Water Mill, N.Y., for a cocktail party to kick off the Alzheimer’s Association Rita Hayworth Gala.

On the Lake with Oscar

A chic crowd gathered in Lake Tahoe Saturday for the 40th annual League to Save Lake Tahoe/Saks Fifth Avenue luncheon and fashion fundraiser.

Eighties Child: Alexis Bledel

Sayonara, Stars Hollow. The former Gilmore Girl is moving on with serious style.

Child's Play at the Screening of 'Julie & Julia'

Alongside the usual screening suspects like Barbara Walters, Arianna Huffington and Gayle King were hordes of chefs, food writers and TV personalities.

hotel griffou,

Hurrah for Hussein

Kanye West, Amber Rose and Chanel Iman celebrated Hussein Chalayan's collaboration with J Brand denim.

The High Life at "Taking Woodstock" Screening

The fashion flock took in a screening of "Taking Woodstock" feting the 40th anniversary of the momentous three-day-long music festival.

Daphne Guinness, Comme des Garçons, fragrance,

Daphne Guinness' New Fragrance

The British heiress chats about her new perfume venture.

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Ang Lee's Woodstock

Moviegoers expecting Ang Lee’s latest film, “Taking Woodstock,” to be a tribute to the 1969 music festival might be surprised.

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Blood and Guts in the Hamptons

Roadkill is more prevalent than ever in the Hamptons, and no one's sure if the problem is exacerbated by acorn shortages or nasty drivers.

Shirt Tales: Stella Ishii's New Line

“Creative Growth for Everybody” line is a collaboration between The News and outsider artists.

Fire Starters at Watermill Benefit

This year’s Watermill summer benefit was more like a divine comedic romp than the slog through hell’s seven levels implied by the event’s theme, “Inferno.”

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