08/28/1995 at 01:00 AM EDT
Yo! man. Sylvester Stallone, having recently signed a three-picture, $60 million deal with Universal, also relaxed in Saint-Tropez, where he dined al fresco with fiancée Jennifer Flavin (left) and a few friends. Sly's next adventure, Assassins, hits the screen in October.
Rod Stewart shopped in Saint-Tropez with his model missus, Rachel Hunter, and daughter Renee, 3. Rod is due back in the U.S. for fall gigs.
Looking brim and proper in Dublin, Aidan Quinn and Julia Roberts
prepared to film a scene for director Neil Jordan's Michael Collins. The biopic stars Roberts' former flame Liam Neeson as Collins, the 1920s Irish Republican Army revolutionary who fought British rule.
Nope, popular talk-show host Ricki Lake has not lost the battle of the bulge. She's padded to play a pregnant lady down on her luck in Mrs. Winterbourne, a romantic comedy with Brendan Fraser currently filming in and around Manhattan's Central Park.
Schuyler Fisk, 12, the DNA-blessed daughter of Sissy Spacek and director Jack Fisk, invited a tough critic—her Oscar-winning mom—to the L.A. premiere of The Baby-sitters Club. Fisk plays the daughter of Peter Horton (thirtysomething).
President Clinton whipped up a wild whoa!-down for his 49th, held on the South Lawn of the White House the week before his actual birthday on Aug. 19. Balladeer Jimmy Buffett (above) sang a special song written by a Clinton staffer for the occasion, while Bill's hard-drivin' posse—Chief of Staff Leon Panetta (center) and deputies Harold Ickes and Erskine Bowles—rode in for the boss's big bash. The high-spirited Hillary Rodham Clinton (below) whooped it up with good reason: It was time for the First Family to saddle up for a two-week vacation in Jackson Hole, Wyo., where they planned to rough it in the digs of West Virginia Sen. John D. (Jay) Rockefeller IV.