Brad Pitt's Facial Touch-Up
06/01/2005 at 10:00 AM EDT
Just because he's a movie star, it doesn't mean that Brad Pitt doesn't have to work to look camera-ready. While in New York City for a slew of promotional appearances for Mr. and Mrs. Smith (out June 10) – including an interview on Good Morning America – the actor made a pit stop at the exclusive Tracie Martyn Salon. During his visit, he indulged in a facial. Among the spa's most popular offerings is the Resculpting Facial, which costs a mere $287 (a small price for beauty). Not surprisingly, Pitt didn't bring along Angelina Jolie, who was also in town: He made the trip solo.
Hip-Hop in the Hamptons
Leonardo DiCaprio got the Hamptons season started, partying with pals Richie Akiva and Scott Sartiano (yep, that's Ashley Olsen's beau) in the VIP room at the recent opening of the new club Tavern, where DJ Jus Ske spun hip-hop, including The Game's "Hate It or Love It" and Jay-Z's "So Ghetto." The actor, wearing a dark blue Los Angeles Clippers baseball cap, gray shirt and jeans, smoked while vigorously nodding his head to the beat and throwing his hands up in the air to nearly every song until he left at about 2:30 a.m.
But the night started much earlier: Before hitting the club he dropped by a Moroccan-themed party at the posh Southampton summer home of Russian heiress Anna Anisimova to celebrate the launch of Akiva and Sartiano's new marketing company, 4 Degrees.
Ashlee Simpson recently showed up at Hollywood club Mood with an unusual tint to her ever-changing hair color. Her new do seems to have settled into a gunmetal hue that had clubgoers doing double takes. "It looked like there was a hair dying mishap because her hair was pretty much gray with green highlights," an onlooker tells us. "She had a hat on, but it was not enough to cover it up."
When revelers weren't gawking at Simpson's tresses, they had plenty of other celebs to watch: Ryan Phillippe joined friends at a corner table with bottle service, while Nick Stahl hung nearby and Jake Gyllenhaal stayed close to the DJ booth. Also on hand were brothers Damon and Marlon Wayans, who chatted at the bar.
Caught in the Act
Two and a Half Men star Jon Cryer, dressed casually in a T-shirt and jeans, ordering a grande cappuccino at a Starbucks at the Farmer?s Market in Los Angeles.
Model Tyson Beckford, dancing at club Vivid at The Venetian hotel in Las Vegas.
By REBECCA PALEY, TIFFANY MCGEE, KWALA MANDEL, BRENDA RODRIGUEZ and PRIYA MOHAN