Today's new runway slideshows fresh from the U.K. include Vivienne Westwood's return to London after nearly a decade away, pretty printed scarves, and some boots that have captured our hearts.
• Vivienne Westwood's Red Label announces her return to punk with some of the coolest star-spangled tights we've ever seen.
Oh, no, she didn't! Charlene Marshall, the wife of Brooke Astor's son Anthony Marshall, who was recently indicted for looting his late mother's estate, showed up all huffy at an Upper West Side Barnes & Noble Monday night, where author Frances Keirnan, was reading from her book The Last Mrs. Astor: A New York Story, a biography about the grande dame's life and philanthropy that touches on the recent scandal. During the Q&A session, a witness told "Page Six," Marshall caused a scene by confronting the author about her reporting. She was "waving her hand furiously," the witness said. "It was such bad form on her part." Still, the source notes, "She looked good. She's lost weight and had her hair done." There's nothing like having your entire world fall apart to bring a flush to your cheeks and help you lose that extra five pounds!
He's apparently a big Friends fan.
A fan inexplicably yelled "Monica!" between songs at the first of the prolific troubadour's three Town Hall shows Monday night, and that was all the cue Adams needed. "Don't get me started on the Geller family," he said, and then got started. On a monologue: "Why can't they keep it together for America? And, I mean, he wants to go play a sergeant on Broadway?" Adams was referring now to David Schwimmer's recent and not particularly acclaimed stint in The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial. "No one's gonna believe you're a sergeant, man. They're just waiting for Chandler to walk in!" No one, thankfully, asked him about Joey. —Rebecca Milzoff