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As for why the Elle group seems to be escorting her everywhere, there's an easy explanation: The singer is a guest blogger on the magazine's Web site.

SUPERHEROES: "Lipstick Jungle" star Brooke Shields has been hitting the shows the last few days, but on Tuesday morning she made some time for a dream fulfilled. "Tommy Tune interviewed me this morning for Interview," said the actress, who met with the theater icon in his studio. "I think I was in heaven for a minute."

Meanwhile, next to her was co-star Kim Raver, who admitted she was still adjusting to the high-fashion impact of her new "Lipstick Jungle" lifestyle. "It's definitely different from wearing all black and running around on '24' with Kiefer [Sutherland] and guns," she laughed, referring to her former gig. Certainly the quick-change routine is keeping her busy. The actress changed from Monique Lhuillier earlier that morning into Dennis Basso in time for the 1 p.m. J.Mendel start time. "It's a Superman thing," she shrugged.

ONCE STUNG: Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey headline "Fool's Gold," but rising star Alexis Dziena was doing what she could Tuesday to plug the film before its Friday release. Backstage at Badgley Mischka, she recalled how during filming she floored a Jet Ski and accidently jettisoned McConaughey off the back. It wasn't all fun and games in the water, though. Repeated run-ins with Irukandji jellyfish forced the crew to finish filming in the Bahamas, Dziena said.

The 23-year-old caught up with another showgoer, Marcia Gay Harden. The pair appeared in the Lifetime movie "She's Too Young." Harden, who has three films in the cooker — "Christmas Cottage," "Home" and "The Lonely Maiden" — said Mark Badgley and James Mischka have kept up with her changing roles. "They dressed me when I was young and lean, and when I was pregnant and imitating a condominium, they made me look beautiful, and now as a mom-actor on the run."

Now they could even dress her home. The designers have teamed up with Town & Country Living to create their first home collection: seven bedding ensembles that will bow in stores this fall. Bath items are in the works and the two would love to try their hand at furniture, too. "We designed our showroom furniture," Mischka said.

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