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"I don't really do contemporary art. I collect early 20th century works, but Richard and I are old friends," said Bryan Ferry, at Richard Prince's exhibition.

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PARTYING LIKE IT’S 1999: Though it might seem like an undesirable time to open a store, the scene at Hugo Boss’ new Meatpacking District outpost Thursday resembled a pre-financial crisis bash. Young members of the fashion flock like Julia Restoin Roitfeld, Chris Benz and Peaches Geldof danced to the turntable stylings of Alexandra and Theodora Richards, while an eclectic mix of Hollywood headliners including Maggie Gyllenhaal, Brooke Shields, Mena Suvari, Stephen Baldwin and Cuba Gooding Jr. were ushered upon entering to a makeshift VIP area in the back of the 14th Street boutique. Shields, for her part, put a positive spin on the occasion’s somewhat awkward timing. “It’s very brave of Hugo Boss to open a store now. It’s like my show [‘Lipstick Jungle’] — some people look at it and say ‘Why?’ But in these times you need a break from CNN,” the actress said. “It’s a little different in my case because TV is free.” Gyllenhaal, meanwhile, showed her attention to the economy by sporting a high-low mix of the brand’s suit and a necklace that “my mother gave to me. She got it at a flea market in London.”
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