Heatherette Show Really, Truly, Not Happening; Skinny, Rich People Snatch Up First Pieces From New Halston Line

Quelle surprise: Heatherette designer Richie Rich said last night there really won't be a secret Heatherette show this season. Rumors had been circulating that the label, which canceled its show a few weeks before Fashion Week, would pull a show together at the last minute. [Fashionista]
• The $1,500 shirts and $1,800 dresses from the new Halston line, which went on sale before Monday's show, sold out on the same day in sizes 6 and below on Net-a-Porter. [Fashion Inc./Portfolio]

• Cathy Horyn says Marco Zanini's first line for Halston is not entirely "in touch with contemporary ideas." Proof: Liza Minnelli was clapping in the first row. [NYT]
• Robin Givhan is not feeling this Fashion Week. She says most of the collections "could barely keep a person awake." She also reviewed Project Runway reject Victorya Hong's collection and reports it "wasn't even a match for D-list voyeurism," referring to Christian Siriano in the front row. [WP]
• Dylan McDermott admits he only went to the Proenza Schouler show because his publicist told him to; Rihanna's second line of Umbrellas hits Totes. [WWD] —Amy Odell