Feb. 20 2009, Published 10:47 a.m. ET

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Paula Abdul checking out a Power Plate fitness machine before getting her hair and make-up done by Warren Tricomi to film a PSA for the Creative Coalition and do a photo shoot with American Photo Magazine at Haven in LA. On her way out she also scored a Moxi HD DVR, 5 Charlie Lapson handbags, and several Gudnitz Couture dresses from Denmark.

Jessica Szohr was camera-ready, thanks to the Patrick Melville Salon and Spa, she donned Napoleon Perdis' Lip Lacquer "Ambrosia Gold" for her front-row attendance at Anna Sui's fashion show in New York.

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Robert Downey Jr. holding hands with his wife Susan Levin as they strolled down Montana Avenue in Santa Monica. Witnesses told OK! "They looked very relaxed and happy together."

Nicole Richie and Kate Bosworth hiding out in the backstage W Hotels Lounge before the Diesel show in Bryant Park during NYC Fashion Week. Witnesses tell OK! Nicole was eating POP Burgers and when someone asked if Kate's lips were fake, she said, "No, touch them! I promise no collagen in here!”


Lindsay Lohan sipping Tropicana orange juice at The Silver Spoon Oscar House where she asked about LEEDS mattresses they were giving away because she said, "Sam needs a new bed." She got girlfriend Samantha Ronson a Knit Wit Cashmere in the meantime and herself a “No Paparazzi” shirt by Wet Cement and Nioxin hair products.

Last night designer Brian Reyes held an exclusive after-party (his first ever!) for his Invierno 2009 collection at New York hot spot 1OAK during Fall 2009 Fashion Week. The Colombian designer was joined by newly engaged Rachel Bilson, Benicio Del Toro, Wyclef Jean, singer Niia, Gossip Girl's Nicole Fischella and Amanda Setton and 1OAK owners Richie Akiva, Scott Sartiano, Jeffrey Jah and Ronnie Madra. The lavish celebration included a special set by Niia who treated guests to her hits "Bang Bang" and "Sweetest Girl" which she performed with Wyclef from a stage built for the performance with a grand piano as its centerpiece. As Niia finished her set, Wyclef Jean took the stage hyping up the crowd by performing his new single featuring Timbaland, "War On Our Hands," and old hits from his days with The Fugees while encouraging guests to "raise their glasses for my boy Brian" before hitting the decks for a very rare night of DJ-ing.


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