Fancy notes

Rock & Republic sent me post-its. Now even my sticky-notes will be
badass.

Chocolate popcorn

Allegedly, this is good for you.

Delaware

Helen and Danica go shopping for wine in Delaware.

When Victoria's Secret starts a sorority

Phi Beta Pink pledge house mantle.

Paris Hilton opens the Heatherette show

Fashion Buzz


After heavy rounds of pre-press, claiming she'd be donning a $50 million gown and strutting her stuff, diva supe Naomi Campbell pulled another no-show at Friday night's "The Iceman" Chris Aire's show -- and, to be honest, no one was surprised. Last September, Campbell threw a tantrum and refused to walk in Aire's show at the New York Public Library. This time around, the no-show was "absolutely amicable," says a spokesperson for Aire. "She got booked for another job in Europe. I think they found out a day after the press release was sent out." How convenient.

(In her stead, Alek Wek wore the stunning multi-million dollar creation just a drop in the bucket for the designer who, backstage, had $300 million worth of diamonds and jewels secreted away in a private, curtained-off room, where from even Lil Kim and Foxy Brown were barred. Out front, Gnarls Barkley and Mos Def took the stage, and socialite-model Lydia Hearst left little to the imagination, when she did a little shake and wiggle at the end of the catwalk nipples-out in a barely-there bikini.)

Andy Roddick has now officially been banned from all Gen Art events this season marked the second time he'd RSVPed with a huge entourage, forced organizers to overhaul their seating charts at the last minute, and then not even bothered to show up.

Laguna Beach has-been Kristin Cavallari did show up to Gen Art's Fresh Faces in Fashion show "with so much makeup on, I could have scratched my initials into her face," says one onlooker. Our spy says Cavallari then spent the entire show glued to her cell phone bitching loudly about her classes at USC, pausing briefly to ooh and aah over London design duo Felder Felder's creations.

It was a hip-hop mayhem at Bryant Park Friday night, with crowds assembling outside as early as 7:30 p.m. for Kimora Lee Simmons' always-packed Baby Phat show -- celebs like Amerie, Brandy and Lorraine Bracco turned out in droves. "Tommy Hilfiger gave 50 Cent the most awkward pound ever," snickers our spy -- ostensibly right before Fitty's minor altercation with the man seated next to him. Elsewhere at the show, Jamie Lynn Siegler with boyfriend Scott Sartiano, and America's Next Top Model's Miss J Alexander, who danced along to Promiscuous Girl and SexyBack while cattily critiquing the models walks -- calling them "monkeys."
Here is what I've been doing in the last couple of days:

Marc Bouwer silk print kimono top.
Marc Bouwer kimono top


Model finale at Chris Aire


Ceelo performs his hit song "Crazy" on the runway


Tim McGraw and Faith Hill perform "I Need You" at Fashion Rocks
Uh, hello, Fashion House.

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