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GAP GETS JUMPING: Gap’s 1969 pop-up store on Los Angeles’ Robertson Boulevard was a hot spot — both literally and figuratively — on a balmy Thursday night when Halle Berry, Ashlee Simpson-Wentz, Molly Sims, Tiffani Thiessen and Gap creative director Patrick Robinson turned out to the packed space formerly home to Robert Clergerie. “This is where I’m from, so it’s home to me, and the store on Robertson is such a great fit for the city and the new denim launch,” Robinson said.

Good Charlotte’s Joel Madden endured the heat generated by the throngs while playing DJ for the evening before leaving to join his belle, Nicole Richie, and friends at Chateau Marmont, where Sienna Miller, Kirsten Dunst and Keanu Reeves also turned out for what happened to be a busy night at the celeb-friendly hotel. A private K-Swiss dinner with Simpson-Wentz, Topher Grace, Katie Cassidy and Jessica Stroup was also under way at the hotel, where guests used their appetizers to fend off paparazzi trying to snap photos over the hotel gate. In return for their trouble, each attendee made off with a pair of the relaunched classic sneaker — a popular item, as Dunst, while not a guest at the dinner, requested a pair of her own.

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