Top Model alum CariDee showed up nearly unrecognizable at the Zac Posen party at Lavo in New York last night with a new Joan Jett-black half-shaved 'do.
"I dyed it because inside I have always been a natural black mohawked girl," CariDee told E! News. "People have been shocked by it, but that's my kinda thing."
She chatted with Posen, who was clearly over his meltdown and doing a crazy karate kick dance in the crowd. It was just the second time the model hit the town with her new look and said she was "loving it."
"I love her," Electra told E! News, adding that she's also in love with The Situation's abs
Next door at the Metropolitan Opera House, decorated with a nearly 10-foot-tall neon "TH" out front, the designer partied at his 25th anniversary bash that rocked with a live performance from The Strokes, who played underneath a seven-story chandelier for an audience that include the titular designer, Lenny Kravitz, Gavin Rossdale and gaggles of runway models.
But what's Fashion Week without some drama?
One runway show that won't happen is for the Olsens' label The Row. The pint-sized fashionistas were scheduled to show their spring collection tomorrow at Milk Studios in New York, but the twins blamed delayed sample deliveries on why they pulled the plug.
"We have made the decision to postpone our spring-summer 2011 presentation of The Row due to sample delivery," they said in a joint statement.
But a source tells E! News the real story is that the collection was so bad, the twins are in a last minute scramble creating new samples in a weeks time.
They're now planning to unveil the line to buyers and editors in Paris during the city's fashion week, starting on Sept 28.
"They were very upset because they're such perfectionists," said the industry source. "The collection wasn't getting a good response anyway. They're redoing a significant part of their collection now. To postpone you have to be really dissatisfied with the samples, and they were not happy with what they saw. Delaying it buys them another week to come up with something new."