We knew the minute we heard Larry King was to say his farewell to the CNN show that some Beverly Hills venue would be calling up for more napkins, flutes and lots of scented tissues for a celebration thereafter. Sure enough, the venue turned out to be Spago. That’s where King’s nearest and dearest pals and acquaintances recently arrived with their poshest hold-alls and peep-toes to see and be seen. The Larry King Live final broadcast party drew Jane Fonda, Natalie Cole, Leeza Gibbons, Mary Hart and lots more of the fabulously famous. We threw on the best shoe designs to go with all those stunning tops, bottoms and asides.
Perennial style-setter Suzanne Somers wore a white suit with a West Coast interpretation of white fur. She looked beautiful as a result. Nice to see she’s among the fashionables enjoying the New Red as accessory accent for whites and nudes. We would have liked her shoes to assume full dress-up mode from Pour La Victoire. Replacing her pointy-toe little heels would be the Pour La Victoire Irina Platform Pump Nude Patent.
Natalie Cole was looking beyond cool straight to Coolth in a black leather jacket fit for any famous songstress. We loved her dress; her look was absolutely together. We would have preferred a sophisticated shoe from Stuart Weitzman. This is the Stuart Weitzman Crossup Black Stretch Fabric Sandal with patent-leather trim.
Here I am, deal with it: That’s the sunny, personality-plus aura of everybody’s favorite Debi Mazar, with hand on hip to accentuate Her Mazar-ness. The dress is right for Debi’s personality, and so pretty: It’s a Vivienne Westwood enchanted green swamp print. There’s something very retro about the bodice. We liked her choice of subdued little heels to keep the focus on the dress. We would have gone totally demure with a simple & sexy label like Kate Spade. We can’t stop raving about the Kate Spade Mattie Black Satin evening sandal, made in Italy.