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Calvin Klein to Speak at CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Gala

After years of shying away from fashion’s spotlight, the designer is set for his second high-profile appearance in as many months.

Josh Bernstein, Lily Snyder, Charles Bronfman, Stacey Bronfman, Toshiko Mori, James Carpenter, Dori Cooperman, Jerome Fisher, Roy Furman, Milly and Arne Glimcher, Ronnie Heyman, Stephen and Wendy Lash, Glorya and Fred Leighton, Ninah and Michael Lynne, Linda and Harry Macklowe, Madge and Martin Miller, James and Tina Snyder and Judy and Michael Steinhardt.

American Friends of the Israel Museum Throw an Art Party

The event, which raised nearly $2.4 million, highlighted contemporary art from the Jerusalem-based museum.

Mayor Bloomberg Kicks Off Small Business Saturday

Second annual event encourages shopping at independent boutiques on Nov. 26, the day after Black Friday.

Peter Copping Heads to California

The designer touched down in L.A. for a Nina Ricci trunk show at Neiman Marcus Beverly Hills, followed by a 64-person dinner and fashion presentation.

Breast Cancer Research Foundation

A Lauder Stand In

Breast Cancer Research Foundation handed out a total of $36.5 million in grants to 186 researchers.

Le Bon Marché Gets Documentary Treatment

Show to air on Oct. 29.

Vibskov Sets Pop-up Boutique in Berlin

The pop-up shop will remain open until Jan. 3.

Chantal Thomass Sets Guidebook

Lingerie maven shares her favorite addresses.

Actresses Debut Films at Glamour Reel Moments

Zoe Saldana, Olivia Wilde and Eva Longoria made their directorial debuts at the Director’s Guild of America for the event.

Roger Dubuis, Monégasque, Monaco

Daphne Guinness, Back in Black

Guinness was looking for a little luck with Christian Louboutin in Monaco’s Hôtel de Paris after helping Roger Dubuis celebrate its new watch collection.

Sotheby’s to Auction 'Kartell Loves Milano'

Forty-five fans — including Missoni and Philippe Starck — designed one-of-a-kind pieces for the benefit sale.

Lela Rose's World Series Dinner

The designer, whose father, Rusty, was an owner of the Texas Rangers, will host a seated dinner for 70 tonight at her TriBeCa home.

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