Our favorite How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days scene is Kate Hudson in the Conde Nast lobby, while Anne Hathaway's building in The Devil Wears Prada actually belonged to InStyle. And while Carrie Bradshaw really did get to work at Vogue in Sex and the City, most other TV "magazines" are somewhat fabricated. The latest example can be seen this week at Marie Claire, where the crew of Lipstick Jungle is filming scenes with "editor" (or rather, actress) Kim Raver. The fashion team has even called in clothes for a fake run-through on set, and editors have been instructed to ignore the myriad cameras that have essentially taken over the Hearst Building. Will the upcoming scenes be more riveting than what happens in The Hills' fashion closet? Well, obviously - except the Jen-Bunny-sex-tape-phone-call, which was so silly, it was indelible.