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MAC Cosmetics has tapped Stacy "Fergie" Ferguson, the Grammy Award-winning singer, as the next Viva Glam spokeswoman.

BRING ON BARBIE: After styling Carrie Bradshaw and "Ugly Betty," Patricia Field's next client is Barbie. The New York-based Field is blending her downtown chic with the doll's nostalgic femininity to create a collection of sportswear, vintage-inspired dresses, jewelry and handbags that will launch next spring. The lineup was to make its premiere at Directives West's fashion show today to kick off Los Angeles' contemporary fashion market, and then make its official launch on Nov. 13 at Field's store in New York. Field is the latest trendsetter to collaborate with Mattel to spruce up the American icon, joining the likes of Anna Sui, Tarina Tarantino and Anya Hindmarch. "Hopefully something wonderful will emerge," said Field via e-mail from New York, where she is currently designing costumes for "Sex and the City: The Movie" and the new ABC series "Cashmere Mafia," starring Lucy Liu.

MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Damon Dash had a busy night Monday. First he was on a panel about fashion at Carnegie Hall and then he hosted a post-screening party at Manhattan's Socialista of "Mr. Untouchable," the documentary he coproduced about Harlem drug lord Nicky Barnes. Among those at the event were "It" runway girl Chanel Iman, 16, and Dash's son, Damon II, aka "Boogie," 15. The young duo have been hitting the town together after being introduced by André Leon Talley. The high schoolers certainly won the evening's best-dressed category, she in Dolce & Gabbana, Marc Jacobs and Chanel (natch), and he in Christopher Bevans, Adidas and droopy denim. So where was the power couple off to next? "Home," said Dash Jr. "I've got math class at 8 in the morning."
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