Fashion News Roundup: Rachel Bilson Won't Share Her Chanel Swag, Paz de la Huerta Punches a Model, and Photo Stills from Lauren Conrad's Defunct Reality Show

Anne Slowey is Real Funny: Elle's Anne Slowey hilariously recounts some boozy safari she once took with some "Hollywood power players" for a story about how to wear tribal prints. Highlights? "We called ourselves 'Bush in the Bush,' to the delight of the male guests, if that helps bring the nature of this trip into focus," and "Our main concerns were what time each day was gin o’clock and who among us was having very loud, robust sex all night with the incredibly handsome lead guide (it wasn’t me)." {Elle} Street Style Gets Better With Age: And Nowness's new short film with "Advanced Style" blogger Ari Seth Cohen and filmmaker Lina Plioplyte featuring New York's most fashionable ladies of a certain age proves it. Street style stars take note--this is how it's done. {NOWNESS} Paz Throws a Punch: Paz de la Heurta drunkenly crashed into a table at the top of the Standard this past weekend, prompting model Samantha Swetra, who was hanging with Lindsay Lohan, to call out "triple axel!" Which quickly became not so funny as de la Heurta responded by punching Swetra in the face and throwing a glass at her leg. {Gatecrasher}
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Anne Slowey is Real Funny: Elle's Anne Slowey hilariously recounts some boozy safari she once took with some "Hollywood power players" for a story about how to wear tribal prints. Highlights? "We called ourselves 'Bush in the Bush,' to the delight of the male guests, if that helps bring the nature of this trip into focus," and "Our main concerns were what time each day was gin o’clock and who among us was having very loud, robust sex all night with the incredibly handsome lead guide (it wasn’t me)." {Elle} Street Style Gets Better With Age: And Nowness's new short film with "Advanced Style" blogger Ari Seth Cohen and filmmaker Lina Plioplyte featuring New York's most fashionable ladies of a certain age proves it. Street style stars take note--this is how it's done. {NOWNESS} Paz Throws a Punch: Paz de la Heurta drunkenly crashed into a table at the top of the Standard this past weekend, prompting model Samantha Swetra, who was hanging with Lindsay Lohan, to call out "triple axel!" Which quickly became not so funny as de la Heurta responded by punching Swetra in the face and throwing a glass at her leg. {Gatecrasher}
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Anne Slowey is Real Funny: Elle's Anne Slowey hilariously recounts some boozy safari she once took with some "Hollywood power players" for a story about how to wear tribal prints. Highlights? "We called ourselves 'Bush in the Bush,' to the delight of the male guests, if that helps bring the nature of this trip into focus," and "Our main concerns were what time each day was gin o’clock and who among us was having very loud, robust sex all night with the incredibly handsome lead guide (it wasn’t me)." {Elle}

Street Style Gets Better With Age: And Nowness's new short film with "Advanced Style" blogger Ari Seth Cohen and filmmaker Lina Plioplyte featuring New York's most fashionable ladies of a certain age proves it. Street style stars take note--this is how it's done. {NOWNESS}

Paz Throws a Punch: Paz de la Heurta drunkenly crashed into a table at the top of the Standard this past weekend, prompting model Samantha Swetra, who was hanging with Lindsay Lohan, to call out "triple axel!" Which quickly became not so funny as de la Heurta responded by punching Swetra in the face and throwing a glass at her leg. {Gatecrasher} Photos From the Lauren Conrad Show that Never Was: The stop motion stills from the intro from Lauren Conrad's canceled MTV reality show are cute. {ONTD}

Rachel Bilson Really Likes Her Chanel Swag: Rachel Bilson, who just finished filming a series of commercials for Magnum ice cream directed by Karl Lagerfeld, and co-starring Baptiste Giabiconi admits that she was way more into Karl than Baptiste during filming, even relishing a snagged Chanel notepad from the Kaiser himself. When her friend asked if she could have just one page from the notebook Bilson replied, "absolutely not!" {The Cut}