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Fashion Scoops: On Pointe ... Nast And Nice ... Mulberry Branches West ...

ON POINTE: Ballet flats are the must-have spring shoe, so no wonder Cole Haan is taking the style back to its roots. A leading benefactor of the American Ballet Theatre, the accessories company is introducing a limited edition...

Final Fete

AmFAR's Cinema Against AIDS benefit at Cannes brought out the dazzling dresses missing from the red carpet all week and the stars to wear them.

Blonde Ambition

NEW YORK — Valentino sure loves his blondes. Although he chose a brunette, Eugenia Volodina, as the face of his new perfume, V, Pamela Anderson, Nicollette Sheridan, London...

Give and Take, Take, Take

When "Will & Grace" resumes taping this summer, Debra Messing will make a reported $600,000 an episode.

Memo Pad: Wackermann Gets Slapped ... Pie In The Sky ... Kimora's New Cameraman ...

WACKERMANN GETS SLAPPED: It seems Bill Wackermann hasn't exactly been welcomed into the fold at Conde Nast. Since he took over as publisher of Glamour a little over a year ago, the magazine has enjoyed healthy surges...

Cannes: All for the Photo Op

Before the 58th edition of Cannes winds up on Sunday, firms will have invested millions to coddle and wrangle stars into their wares.


Political Notes From All Over ... At the Metropolitan Opera House, the bravos were flying for legendary Italian soprano Mirella Freni.

Happy Days

A chat with Bryce Dallas Howard, who stars in Lars von Trier's "Manderlay."

Teacher's Pets

May is graduation time for flocks of PYTs, and their numbers were well-represented at Tuesday night's second annual Spring Fling to benefit TeachersCount, hosted by Zac Posen and sister Alexandra. Ally...

Wheeler Dealer

NEW YORK — Plenty of artists show promise at an early age. The same can't really be said of gallerists. But Vito Schnabel, the 18-year-old son of the artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel, is off to an auspicious start.

The young Schnabel...


First Lady Laura Bush hosted an intimate gathering for former first lady Nancy Reagan, and an elegant time was had by all.

Screen Siren

Michelle Monaghan goes back to her roots in "Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang".

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