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How We Offended Stylist–cum–Reality Star Rachel Zoe

At last night's Cinema Society after-party for Sleepwalking at the Soho Grand Penthouse, Rachel Zoe took a few seconds between smokes, air kisses, and her BlackBerry to chat with the Cut. She was one of the few revelers uninterested in Spitzer speculation.

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Karl Lagerfeld Speaks; ‘America's Next Top Model’ Hides Past Winners

• Karl Lagerfeld video alert! The Feldinator says he doesn't design for emerging markets, but for the future. Ooooh. Why "flatter" the customer because they want the designer's vision? Wise words, Karl. [WSJ] • America's Next Top Model is hiding the photos of select winners past in the house. Also, last night's guest judge Paulina Porizkova was amazing. [Jezebel]

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She's Got Legs

Tights have been a fall staple for years (just ask Lindsay Lohan). But the black leggings of the past are getting a colorful new makeover for fall. Erin Fetherston paired her simple black flats with blue nylons, while Proenza Schouler used mustard-yellow tights to set off emerald-green heels. Nicole Miller went the furthest, showing tights that were not only colored (maroon) but also patterned. Go ahead, girls, and show off your legs — whatever the hue.

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Take a Bow

Last year's obsession with hats has morphed into a fascination with headbands. Big bows topped heads at Erin Fetherston, who wrapped tresses in feminine flowers. Costello Tagliapietra paired their evening dresses with satin hair bands. Sass & Bide sent out hats, bands, wraps, or feathers with every look. And Elise Overland belted a piece of extra-long fabric for a sixties-hippie feeling. So, go ahead, tie one on.

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Your Fashion Week Party Guide

Ah, the joy of Fashion Week: the clothes, the models, the celebs...and the parties. Despite what your feet or your liver may say, there's no better way to wrap up a day at the runways (or just fantasizing about them from afar) than by rubbing elbows with A-listers—isn't it about time you met Madonna?—and guzzling free drinks. Always eager to serve, we've got the rundown on Fashion Week's best parties, with something to satiate every taste, from Gucci to the Beastie Boys.

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Hillary Clinton: Minority Candidate

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Well. We'll be honest. We thought Ellen DeGeneres set the all-time record for the amount of discussion that could be had about an older blonde woman crying in public. But Hillary really blows her out of the water. (And she didn't even really cry — as Jezebel put it, "It's not crying if there's no snot.") Regardless of whether "The Cry," as we're calling it henceforth, actually put Hillary over the top in New Hampshire, the media is going bananas about it. And while there's a lot of talk about how almost crying "humanized her," what it really did, in the eyes and words of the media, was make her a minority candidate again. She is a woman. You almost forgot, didn't you? It's not that crying is a particularly womanly thing to do; it's that the coverage of the tears suddenly has everyone from Gloria Steinem to Arianna Huffington to Chris Matthews howling about her femininity. Clearly, Hillary being a woman was a much bigger deal to us than we thought it was.

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Hilary Swank Put Her Boob on Someone's Head

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Kelly Ripa said she's going to check out occasional Live With Regis and Kelly co-host Damien Fahey's band tonight at the Cutting Room. Hilary Swank accidentally put her boob on P.S. I Love You co-star Bob Balaban's head when she hugged him as he was having lunch. Robin Quivers's boyfriend, comic Jim Florentine, joked at Caroline's that he's not sure why she's dating him because he's "a loser." The Olsen twins, Bob Saget, and John Stamos had a Full House reunion at the Bowery Hotel bar on Wednesday. Michael Jordan, ex-Knick Charles Oakley, and Ahmad Rashad hung out at Buddakan and then Socialista. Black Crowe Chris Robinson got six figures to play a half-hour set for a Wall Street firm at Arena.

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Fiamma, Tailor, and Turkey Carry the Weight This Week

This week’s issue carries a lot of freight, and there isn’t much room for consideration of the gluttonous arts. So the food content is slim — but potent! Adam Platt reviews two of the most anticipated debuts in recent years, those of genius dessert chef Sam Mason’s Tailor and Beard Award–winning chef Fabio Trabocchi’s New York debut at Fiamma. But that’s not all: There’s an In Season recipe for turkey-salad sandwiches, excuse us, tramezzini di tacchino, courtesy of ’inoteca’s Eric Kleinman; a guide to four very excellent Thanksgiving alternatives courtesy of Rob and Robin; and four new hotel restaurants likewise. We figured that with all the eating and cooking that’s going on this week, that should be plenty of food writing to get you by.

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