The Met Costume Institute Benefit; ELLE Out, Marie Claire In? Songstress Agyness Deyn; Donatella Denies H&M; SJP talks Sex

5.6.2008

By Seth Plattner

Donatella Versace. Photo: Getty Images

As reported yesterday, The Metropolitan Museum was prepping for the onslaught of glitterati that would descend upon the Costume Institute Gala for the opening of the exhibition "Superheroes: Fashion and Fantasy." It was A-list all the way.  We found our invitation buried under some magazines on the coffee table, but all the gay drama on Gossip Girl was way better. [WWD]

Though guaranteed to remain Project Runway's sponsor through season five (which premieres this summer), is ELLE in danger of being dethroned by Marie Claire in season six?  After all, Nina Garcia was spotted leaving the Hearts building—which owns MC—last week.[The Cut]

We were all admittedly nervous when we heard Agnyess Deyn was set to make her debut in the music industry with a collaboration with hipster New York band Five O'Clock Horses.  Well, their first single is out...and it's not that bad! [Perez Hilton]

After rolling out diffusion lines from Madonna, Stella McCartney and Roberto Cavalli, Donatella Versace told a crowd at The New York Times'  TimesTalk that Versace will not collaborate with H&M for their own lower-priced line.  Then she started talking about wearing leather, taking drugs and being lonely, and everyone got slightly uncomfortable. [The Cut]

Sarah Jessica Parker also gave her own, thankfully less awkward interview at the TimesTalk last Friday where she dished on, what else, the Sex and the City movie.  Our appetites (and maybe our pants) are wet. [Fashionista] -- SETH PLATTNER

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