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Diane von Furstenberg

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HAIR APPARENT: While hosting his annual Tribeca Film Festival party on top of the steps at the State Supreme Courthouse in downtown Manhattan, Graydon Carter laughed when asked if he’d watched Barack Obama’s birth certificate press conference early that day. “I have a day job, you know,” he said. OK — well, any thoughts on Donald Trump, a longtime subject of fodder for Carter and the man who basically forced the president to get on national TV and talk about his birth place? “Here’s what I want to see: I want a certificate proving that Donald Trump’s hair is real. Does he have that?”

Across the room, among passed trays of foie gras from Per Se that were largely ignored by guests including Robert De Niro, Brian Grazer, Rupert Murdoch and Martha Stewart, Allure’s Linda Wells walked into the party with the actress Carey Lowell, known to some as playing a former district attorney on “Law & Order,” and to others, as Richard Gere’s wife. As conversation turned to the royal wedding, Wells, in Alberta Ferretti, admitted zero interest in waking up early to catch all the pomp and circumstance. “I might live to regret it but they will replay it over and over anyway.” Diane von Furstenberg was on the same page. “It really just depends if I wake up. But I will TiVo it for sure.”

— Amy Wicks

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