Vanity Fair Oscar party

Gawker · 03/26/03 09:50AM

The NYT's Alex Kuczynski writes about the Vanity Fair Oscar party, "[It was] less about overt, gaudy, look-at-me celebrationpopping open the bubbly, drinking out of satin Jimmy Choosthan it was about measured manners, cautious behavior, peace and love." Then she goes on to describe the somber occasion, chronicling agent Ed Limato's drink-tossing fight with Page Six columnist Richard Johnson, stylists Philip Bloch's comments about Queen Latifah's dress ("It was eh. Just eh."), and Adrian Brody's fake tan.
At the afterparty, less cleavage, unreal tans, and a tossed drink [NYT]