We're pretty sure we caught Olivia Munn in a teeny lie Saturday night at the Charlotte Ronson show. "This is my first fashion show," we overheard her confessing to another reporter despite the fact that she'd been spotted front row at Jill Stuart mere hours beforehand. She's clearly up to no good and should be shamed for her falsehood. Or, you know, it was a mere slip of the tongue and she meant to say it was her first Fashion Week. One or the other.
Regardless, Olivia looked pretty in a floral top and dark skirt and didn't hold back with reporters, which is always fun. When asked if she was excited about seeing the Kardashians Kim, looking extremely cranky in a white button-down, was seated across the runway with her extravagantly coifed PR dude/co-E! celeb Jonathan Cheban Olivia rolled her eyes a bit. "The Kardashians, really? Aren't they everywhere?" she asked, before noting (rightly) that their ubiquity makes it a bit tough to get particularly stoked about running into them. In the next breath, she announced that she wanted a corn dog, but they weren't allowed in the front row. Let's see: Talking smack about the Kardashians and craving junk food? If the acting thing doesn't work out, Olivia would make a great blogger.
Seated next to Olivia was Fashion Week regular Sophia Bush, who was wearing somewhat questionable booties, and who spent the entire show talking Olivia's ear off. Either they're besties, or Sophia subscribes to the idea that you're well-advised to place yourself next to the one person at the party who's most likely to trash talk the Kardashians with you (an idea to which we, too, subscribe). On Sophia's opposite side and unable to get a word in edgewise was Mena Suvari, who tamed the wild 1980s hairdo she wore to Christian Siriano on Friday into straight bangs that rendered her nearly unrecognizable.
And speaking of unrecognizable, we also spied former superstar-socialite Tinsley Mortimer creeping into the front row from backstage but we were apparently the only people who noticed her at all because no one, but no one, photographed her. Poor Tinz. No media attention and no corn dogs? She should have stayed home.