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ROWLEY ROARS BACK: Target may be losing Isaac Mizrahi, but it is gaining an old friend in Cynthia Rowley. The designer is said to be returning to the mass chain this year with a new, limited edition brand called Whim by Cynthia Rowley. According to sources, Whim will not be part of the Go International initiative, and there will be no apparel. Instead, it will focus on novelty items such as outdoor games and inflatable pools, all given Rowley's irreverent touch. The collection is expected to hit Target stores at the end of April. Rowley is no stranger to Target, where she once had the Swell collection, which was quietly phased out more than two years ago.

HOT SCOTS: Dougray Scott may relish his Celtic roots, but when it comes to the traditional cuisine, he's less convinced. "I can't eat haggis. I only have it once a year; it's too heavy," he said, referring to the traditional Scottish dish made from sheep intestines. "Also, I'm vegetarian. So I get special vegetarian haggis in Harrods," added Scott, one of the guests at Christopher Kane's Burn's night party last week.

Meanwhile, Amara Karan was less picky. "I'm so not one of those actresses who doesn't eat. Have you tried these? They're really good," she joked, swooping up a handful of haggis canapés. Guests included Claire Forlani, Kane, Imogen Lloyd Webber, Razorlight singer Johnny Borrell, Jasmine Guinness and Sandi Thom.
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