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TO A T: With a cigarette dangling from his mouth, Josh Hartnett walked by the long line of editors waiting to get into the T: The New York Times Style Magazine party at the Standard Hotel on Wednesday night and was quickly ushered in for pictures with editor Stefano Tonchi, who hosted, in his words, a very “grown-up party.” Indeed, the crowd was in a revelatory mood, with some guests filing in after the Proenza Schouler show, held a few hours earlier at nearby Milk Studios. Designers Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough made the rounds; Glenn O’Brien held court near the entrance, standing a few feet away from Simon Doonan, and Bonnie Morrison, Tory Burch and Lauren Santo Domingo were huddled together, with André Balazs watching. Throughout the evening, Sean Lennon, Jeff Koons, Calvin Klein, Rogan Gregory, Phillip Lim, Richard Chai, Yigal Azrouël, Cynthia Rowley, Thakoon Panichgul, Terry Richardson, Jim Moore, Courtney Love, Paula Patton and Robin Thicke and Liya Kebede stopped by. “We are celebrating five years and I don’t think this could have gone better,” said Tonchi. “It’s been a week full of magazine celebrations and it felt kind of good seeing other editors come to my party — Jefferson [Hack, from Another magazine] and Olivier [Zahm, from Purple] and the people at V. I think our role here is to bring a niche kind of publication to the masses.”

— Amy Wicks

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