Marc Jacobs show was the talk of the town last night—as always.
The designer debuted his hit runway looks last night at Fashion Week to a celeb-packed crowd that included Fergie and Josh Duhamel, a sexily dressed Vanessa Hudgens, Martha Stewart, Whoopi Goldberg and Leighton Meester, who spilled to us her Valentine's Day date plans.
"I'm going to dinner with Marc after the show, he is my Valentine," said Meester, who was sporitng a print dress by Jacobs and sat entranced in the front row.
And what a show! Grays, black and whites mixed with jewel-toned coats and blazers, tight lacy tops and little circular hats strapped to all the models' heads.
"Honestly, that song was leaked, I recorded it two years ago," she told us. "But it's onward and forward, I have more music to make."
Meanwhile, a very single Hudgens was also on hand, rocking a trench by Jacobs with a pink bandeau top and not much else on underneath. She talked her Details spread to E! News, saying she had to keep dancing and moving around because it was freezing when it was shot and she was nearly naked.
"It was a sexy shoot, but it was cold!" Hudgens said.
Over at Lincoln Center, Betsey Johnson did her famous runway cartwheel after her show, which had a very goth theme. The models' hair was spray painted black and gold, and at the end Johnson used her employees, boys dressed as girls and one very pregnant model to show off her ready to wear designs and Steve Madden shoes she collaborated on. After appearing in a black wig, Johnson sashayed her way down the runway, grabbing stylist Pat Field from her seat to dance to "It's in His Kiss."
The the kooky 68-year-old designer then danced solo to "Short Dick Man" at the end of the runway to a cheering crowd that included model Jessica Hart and New York Housewife Jill Zarin, who told us she's coming out with a Spanx-like shapewear line of her own soon, called Skweez.
"It's reversible and sexy," she told us. "You can wear it under a blazer, take the blazer off and look sexy."
"I absolutely love Cindy," Zarin said. "She had some problems with some of the others."
The show is expected to debut on Bravo after Real Housewives of Miami finishes its short first season.