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The security guard proved to be right on target when he said that Demi Moore and Hilary Swank "don't want nothing to do with" the camera crews at the Miss Sixty show.

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HATCHER IN THE HOUSE: Teri Hatcher — clad head-to-toe in spring 2008 Badgley Mischka, naturally — held court at the designers' Thursday afternoon show. "I'm here on behalf of the guys and our campaign together," said Hatcher, the new face of the brand's advertising. Clad in a silvery gray sleeveless dress, jeweled purse and stilettos, Hatcher noted she loves the brand's unapologetic femininity: "They don't shy away from glamour — I think sometimes we have a grunge attitude, and a lazy, casual attitude, and I don't think there's anything wrong with bringing a little glamour to your life once in a while. In a way, I think something great — like just a purse or a pair of shoes or a jacket — just ups your mood, and everyone deserves to have that in their closet. It doesn't just have to be couture gowns. It can be somewhere in the middle, and I think [Mark Badgley and James Mischka] are finding that with their clothes."

Speaking of mood-setters, Hatcher is all for the trend of celebrities launching fragrances. Does she have any interest in launching her own? "Yes, I do — but not yet," she said. But she's got a clear vision of how it would smell: "Citrus, cucumber — light. Nothing too crazy — I'm not a big strong-perfume person."

Y-3'S HIGH FIVE: For Y-3's fifth anniversary, Yohji Yamamoto and Adidas' collaborative line will show Saturday in a West Chelsea venue constructed for the occasion. Expected guests include Samuel L. Jackson, Veronica Webb, Arden Wohl, Nina Clemente, Griffin Dunne, Jack Pierson, Paz de la Huerta, Genevieve Jones, Andres Serrano, Chiara Clemente and Waris Ahluwalia. Also to mark its anniversary, Y-3 will open its first Paris store with an in-store event Oct. 4 during Paris Fashion Week. Another opening in Miami will follow later this year.
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