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Heatherette Honcho Throws Weirdly Normal Birthday Party

• Heatherette designer Traver Rains turned 30! And, apparently, his “Wild West” surprise party started on time and everyone invited actually got inside. [Fashionista]
• Calvin Klein has high hopes that CK in2u will replicate the success of CK One. [NYT]
• Giorgio Armani will design uniforms for Russell Crowe’s Australian rugby team. [British Vogue]

• The father’s-rights movement is growing, and it’s spawning firms that specialize in representing men in divorce cases. [WSJ]
• Sullivan chairman H. Rodgin Cohen issues a ringing defense in the Aaron Charney case: He is “100 percent convinced that this firm is no worse than others.” [American Lawyer]
• Law students are finding that all the unflattering stuff written about them online may not help in their job search. [WaPo via Law Blog/WSJ]

CBS installs Rick Kaplan as executive producer of the Evening News With Katie Couric; the Primetime Live and Nightline veteran is charged with improving flaccid ratings. [NYT]
• Graydon Carter promises the Bono edition of Vanity Fair “won’t be preachy.” [FishbowlNY/Mediabistro]
• Hollywood P.I. Anthony Pellicano’s defense team wants to know who leaked evidence to the New York Times. [LAT via Eat the Press/HP]

• Perella Weinberg Partners hires former University of Texas endowment manager to start a new hedge fund. Robert Boldt formerly oversaw $19 billion. [NYT]
• Executives starting to sweat as Congress considers laws to curtail their pay. [NYP]
• Goldman Sachs names Gregg Lemkau COO of investment banking; he was formerly co-head of the firm’s health-care investment-banking unit. [Financial News via DealBook/NYT]

Heatherette Honcho Throws Weirdly Normal Birthday Party