The Friday Party Report

cityfile · 05/08/09 02:45PM

Jay McInerney's latest book, How It Ended, was feted at the 21 Club on Wednesday night. On hand for the occasion: McInerney's wife, Anne Hearst, Brooke Shields, Candace Bushnell and Charles Askegaard, Gay and Nan Talese, Morgan Entrekin, Nina Garcia, Pamela Fiori, Bob Colacello, Richard Johnson and Sessa Von Richthofen, Peggy Siegal, Muffie Potter Aston, Bettina Zilkha, Cornelia Guest, Debbie Bancroft, Valesca Guerrand-Hermes, Nina Griscom, Somers White Farkas, Patrick McMullan, Robert Couturier, George Farias, Tatiana and Campion Platt, Kimberly Rockefeller, Pamela Gross, Harry Slatkin, Dana Hammond, Harry Benson, and Deborah Norville. [PMc, VF, P6]

The Friday Party Report

cityfile · 04/17/09 12:35PM

The New Yorkers for Children benefit attracted a predictably star-studded crowd to the Mandarin Oriental on Wednesday night. In addition to Zac Posen and Coco Rocha in matching ensembles, guests included Josh Hartnett, Emmy Rossum, Andre Balazs, Christine and Steve Schwarzman, Rachel Roy, Rachel Zoe, Topper and Tinsley Mortimer, Lucy Sykes Rellie and husband Euan Rellie, Andres and Lauren Santo Domingo, Alexis Bryan, Fabiola Beracasa, Gillian Hearst Simonds, Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson, Gillian and Sylvester Miniter, Olivia Palermo ...

Mistakes Were Gayed

Richard Lawson · 05/12/08 03:55PM

Janice Dickinson, leonine First Supermodel and television personality, pulled a minor "gay gaffe" at Hiro Ballroom last night. Upon running into Village Voice gossipeuse Michael Musto in the can, she accidentally called him Bob Colacello. Though, I can understand the crazy woman's confusion. Even though Musto is nearly ten years younger, both he and Colacello, the Vanity Fair writer and former Warhol companion, are chroniclers of pop culture, both come from Brooklyn, both wear silly glasses, both are gay (well, Colacello is "presumably" so), and both went to Columbia at some point. Actually, I think they are the same person. Much like Dickinson is also Catra from She-Ra.