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Fashion Week Party Recap

Sunday: Meatpacking madhouse Toy launched their new weekly event T @ Toy this past Sunday. The wild night featured gymnasts hanging from the ceiling and a special birthday celebration for fashion icon Patricia Field. Guests enjoyed a sit-down dinner and cocktails and an over the top evening of partying.

Monday: Carmen Electra hosted Conair Style360 opening night, featuring YARNZ at The Sanctuary Hotel's Haven Rooftop. Guests enjoyed passed hors d'oeuvres and Russian Standard cocktails as Posso DJed the event. Celebrities in attendance included Wynter Gordon, Shea, Carla Facciolo, Lily Halpern, and Angela Simmons. The latest collection from the accessories line, YARNZ, designed by Larry Wolfe, was on display around the rooftop. The collection featured cashmere printed scarves and fun, printed bags.

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The Magicians of Fashion: Our 5 Fave Stylists

After a full-fledged week of fashion, we were inspired to recognize those who put it all together. What we like to call "The Magicians of Fashion." It sounds fun, but styling is no easy task. In fact, it's an art form. Some can style themselves at the snap of a finger, and others require a little help. Consider this a shout out to all of those stylists who have put together memorable looks, grew from nothing to some of the best in the biz, and even had an influence on trends heard around the world.

The first is Rachel Zoe. We know, no-brainer, right? This fashionista is most well-known for her celeb clientele and her passion for costume jewelry, boho-chic style, and large and in charge dark shades. She has become an inspiration to many where her background lies in New Jersey and her success in the limelight of L.A. With no formal training in styling, she has shown us that anything is possible when you have the drive and hard work in your grasp!

PATRICIA FIELD
Carrie On With The Clothes!

Haven't had enough of Sex and The City yet? SATC stylist Patricia Field has made it possible for any plain Jane to own some very Carrie-esque, hand-picked pieces for affordable prices (at least compared to those trillion dollar couture gowns seen in the show and films). The collection is featured on Field's online store, prices start at $52-370.

PATRICIA FIELD
It’s a “Yes” for Sex

Yesterday we reported that Patricia Field, stylist for Sex and the City, said a sequel to the wildly successful Sex and the City: The Movie was “definitely in the works.” Today we can gladly confirm (via Celebrity-gossip.net) that the sequel has been given the green light. According to FOX Pop Tarts’ Hollie McKay, insiders reported all four leading ladies have signed on and are on board. Yay! More great fashion, witty banter and Mr. Big! Filming is scheduled to begin late this year, with the movie not far behind (hopefully).

MICHAEL PATRICK KING
More Sex, Please

Style-maven Patricia Field told MTV a Sex and The City: The Movie sequel is definitely on the way. The stylist for the Sex series and movie talked to MTV News yesterday during a "Confessions of a Shopaholic" press junket. The fiery fashionista confessed, “I do believe it will happen, because [creator] Michael Patrick King himself told me it's gonna happen,” but admitted she hasn’t yet received official details. So far, the original movie, released this past May, has made $413,129,126 worldwide. Field explained it may take a while for King to come up with a new script, saying, “It’s a long process. I don’t think it will happen in 2009. But you never know.”