The owner of former meatpacking S&M club–cum–celeb hangout the Vault is shopping a dishy tell-all. James Wolcott got his hands on the O.J. Simpson book, wrote about it in Vanity Fair. Naomi Campbell is leaving her agency to join IMG. (She was also named ambassador to Rio by the Brazilian city's mayor.) Being Anna Wintour's assistant really is as difficult as Emily Blunt made it seem in The Devil Wears Prada.
Lord of the Rings vet Peter Jackson won't direct The Hobbit, but Sam Raimi might. Anti-Iraq-war docu No End in Sight to screen at Sundance the day of Dubya's State of the Union address. Heidi Klum and Seal have large naked photographs of themselves displayed throughout their home. Gary Cohen and Dustin Diamond are the two biggest Sundance party crashers. Liz Smith reports that Andy Warhol's Montauk estate sold for $28 million — $12 million below the asking price. (New York reported this more than a month ago, but, still, nice work, Liz!) Bob Dylan and his brother bought a fifteen-bedroom manor in Scotland. Spike Feresten has a late-night talk show on Fox, but he still isn't famous. Billy Joel's wife, Katie Lee, is cooking at the South Beach culinary summit next month. Elizabeth Spiers adds a fashion blog to her Dead Horse Media stable. Pulitzer winner Jonathan Capehart will join the editorial board of the Washington Post. Billionaire hedge-fund maven Bruce Kovner is set to marry socialite Susan Fairchild.