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Fashion Scoops: Film Forum... Sea and Be Seen... So Lange, Farewell...

"Nothing is normal tonight," proclaimed Julian Schnabel as he was swarmed by well-wishers congratulating him on the New York premiere of his latest film,...

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Earlier in the week, Jamee Gregory and Muffie Potter Aston hosted their annual holiday party to benefit The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering. The ladies and their well-heeled friends filled the seventh floor of Bergdorf Goodman, where they auctioned off wreaths designed by pals such as Peter Marino and Charlotte Moss.

SO LANGE, FAREWELL: Now that she has sold her signature business for an estimated $55 million, Liz Lange is trying to treat herself to some R&R. At Friday's Citymeals-on-Wheels' Power Lunch for Women, the designer said she is working on a solo five-day getaway to Miraval Resort & Spa in Catalina, Ariz. "I want to go alone. I'll be with my kids over Thanksgiving and leave that Sunday. That way I'll be back for all the Christmas craziness."

SEVEN'S DEBUT: Perhaps not all mankind showed up to Seven For All Mankind store's opening party on Thursday night, but the crowd was thick despite a dizzying array of competing events in Los Angeles to tempt fashion revelers. Christina Milian skillfully danced to "Umbrella" between people and jeans aisles in tight Seven For All Mankind pants and a top by Roberto Cavalli for H&M. "They are just great for accentuating," she said of Seven For All Mankind. "It [a pair of jeans] has got to fit the butt right. It can't flatten it." The standing-room-only mob of denim aficionados also included Jon Heder, Rashida Jones, Kelly Hu, Cory Kennedy and Rachel Zoe, who played host along with Condé Nast. Plenty stuck around past prime-time hours even after DJ Samantha Ronson abandoned her turntables and sped off in a Porsche Carrera.
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