updated 10/02/1995 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 10/02/1995 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Whitney Houston cuddled hubby Bobby Brown at a T.J. Martell Foundation fete in Manhattan held to raise funds for cancer and AIDS research. Only six days later, though, her representatives confirmed reports that the couple was "having marital difficulties."
Venetian-blinded Julia Roberts added a touch of glass to the sights of Venice, where she's shooting Woody Allen's new, as yet untitled musical comedy. The ensemble includes Allen (left), who appeared to be getting in shape by jogging—okay, walking fast—with his real-life leading lady Soon-Yi Previn.
British überwaif Kate Moss and her American antihero beau Johnny Depp posed for this, uh, mug shot upon arriving at a party marking the publication of Kate: The Kate Moss Book, a $45 coffee-table volume of photographs showing off all 105 pounds of the supermodel, in Manhattan.
What should you wear to meet the mayor? Jamie Lee Curtis opted for this daring cross-your-heart number when she exchanged greetings with Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan before a 10K walk to raise funds for AIDS Project L.A.
Melrose Place's Marcia Cross and Jack Wagner, along with 150 other members of the cast and crew, celebrated the Fox soap's 100th episode (which aired Sept. 20) by taking a few nasty digs—into a birthday cake on their L.A. set.
Brad Pitt flashed his $6 million smile (he reportedly took home $6 mil for starring in Seven) for shutterbugs who staked out the New York City premiere of his new killer thriller at Lincoln Center. In Seven, Pitt and costar Morgan Freeman portray homicide detectives trying to catch a serial murderer. "We had a lot of fun," Pitt says of his partner-in-crime-solving. "Morgan sang songs every day on the set."
Taking a fashion note from The Avengers' Emma Peel, veteran rocker Iggy Pop suited up in Day-Glo when he escorted Mrs. Pop, Suchi, to the New York Shakespeare Festival's annual gala in Manhattan. David Bowie and Patrick Stewart performed at the benefit, which drew stage and screen veterans including Alec Baldwin, Jane Alexander, Tim Robbins and Mariel Hemingway.