1,000 People Flock to Anna Wintour in Queens; Chris March to Do QVC Line

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• Close to 1,000 people gathered around the second-floor escalators at Macy's in Queens to see Anna Wintour, Michael Kors, Diane Von Furstenberg, and Kate Hudson last night. Macy's sold more than half of its 6,000 Fashion's Night Out tees by 5 p.m. [NYT]

Project Runway alum Chris March is designing his own line of womenswear for QVC next fall. [WSJ]

• Designers like Vera Wang and Oscar de la Renta are experimenting with less-expensive fabrics to bring down their prices. "I don't know what's going to happen," Wang said, referring to the future of prestigious labels. "It's going to be a world of crêpe de Chine." [NYT]

• Tom Ford's film, A Single Man, premieres today at the Venice Film Festival. Says Ford: "It shows a different side of me — not the one that people see. I'm actually much more serious, romantic, existential." (Translation: There are no sex scenes.) [WWD]

Monique Lhuillier is pregnant; she's expecting a girl in November. [WWD]

• New Emanuel Ungaro "artistic adviser" Lindsay Lohan picked out a leather jacket at the store last night, during Fashion's Night Out, and then left, wearing it, after salesclerks ripped off the tags. [NYDN]