Thursday's Children

After-Parties for Francisco and Zac


Liev Schreiber, Naomi Watts, and Francisco Costa, at 7 World Trade Center.
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Kate Bosworth and Zac Posen, at the Soho Grand Dome.
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"This is a beautiful space, and we're lucky to be here," said Drew Barrymore, marveling at the sweeping city views outside the 52nd floor of 7 World Trade Center, where Francisco Costa and his Calvin Klein crew threw their after-party on Thursday night. Barbara Bush, meanwhile, was trying to take it all in. "You need a compass to get around," the First Daughter joked about the cavernous raw space, which had been outfitted for the night with two bars and several illuminated fish tanks. Lounging nearby were Liev Schreiber, Naomi Watts, and Maggie Gyllenhaal, who co-hosted along with Barrymore and model Natalia Vodianova. But there was no sitting still for Euan Rellie. "I've got agoraphobia and claustrophobia all at the same time," he shouted from the crowded dance floor.

Some blocks uptown, Zac Posen held court at the Soho Grand Dome with friends Jacqueline Schnabel, Kate Bosworth, Paz de la Huerta, Gretchen Mol, and—new to the gang—David Spade. (We're guessing he was an Amy Sacco invite; she co-hosted the shindig.) "It's been madness," said Theodora Richards of her fashion week high jinks. "I was out till two in the afternoon after the Another Magazine party, and I'm still going strong." Posen, on the other hand, pined for his bed. "I'm wiped out," he declared, as he kissed Dita Von Teese good-bye just before 1 a.m. But there was no rest for the likes of Margherita Missoni and Camilla Al Fayed. After closing down the Posen party, they headed over to Broome Street to toast Alice Temperley's spring collection. Like they say, fashion week ain't over till it's over.

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