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Fashion Scoops: Colleague Day... Island To Island... Going Vintage...

Practically every blue chip name turned out Tuesday as Saks Fifth Avenue, along with the old school charity group the Colleagues, presented the 19th annual spring luncheon at the Beverly Wilshire hotel in Beverly Hills, featuring an Oscar de la Renta...

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GOING VINTAGE: A crowd of retailers, editors and stylists packed Tom Ford's men's wear boutique on Madison Avenue in Manhattan Tuesday night for the first of two parties the designer was hosting this week to mark his long-awaited opening. As Domenico De Sole recounted to guests the intricacies of the company's financial structure, Ford — looking resplendent in one of his new peaked-lapel creations with a blue shirt and Windsor knot tie — described how he grew impatient at everyone's impatience for him to open. "They kept asking me why it was taking so long. But we signed the license with Zegna less than a year ago. I don't think a year to do all this is long at all," said Ford, who hosted another crowd Wednesday night, followed by a dinner at the Carlyle.

Meanwhile, Richard Buckley, Ford's partner, was looking a bit sheepish about his double-breasted suit. "It's old Gucci," said Buckley, who had arrived that day from L.A. "I couldn't try things on until now and they're being tailored."

HOT HOT HOT: Tuesday's 40-degree temps may not have been cause to break out the filmy frothy sundresses, but there was no use telling that to the crowd at the new Miguelina boutique in New York. "No one cares, everyone's been shopping like crazy," said designer Miguelina Gambaccini, who threw a festive cocktail party in honor of the opening of the West Village shop. Indeed, Emilia Fanjul Pfeifler, Astrid Munoz and Elizabeth Saltzman all appeared very happy wearing their bright and feminine frocks — even if they did have to pair them with leggings and tights.
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