CHILD'S PLAY: Carolina Kostner, the two-time defending European figure-skating champion, twirled into Roberto Cavalli's show on Wednesday for a hot second. "I'm just here for the afternoon, then I've got to skip off back to training," the Italian said. A gaggle of models and actresses also lined Cavalli's front row, headlined by busy Michelle Yeoh, who has three movies coming out this year: "The Children of Huang Shi"; "Babylon A.D.," where Yeoh plays a nun opposite Vin Diesel, and "The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor." "The Children of Huang Shi" was filmed in China and is based on the true story of a Scottish man who rescued children from an orphanage during the Second World War. "It was emotional to meet the real survivors who are now in their 80s," Yeoh related.
Czech model Petra Nemcova is busy with Happy Hearts Fund, a children's charity she set up three years ago. The 28-year-old just got back from Peru, where she said HHF plans to help rebuild schools following August's earthquake in the coastal province of Ica. And she's calling in her fashion contacts. Cavalli donated two tickets to Wednesday's show for a fund-raiser in New York in October, which raised $3.5 million for HHF.