updated 10/03/1994 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 10/03/1994 AT 01:00 AM EDT
The Playboy rabbit cried when he saw Roseanne modeling designer Richard Tyler's take on the "Bunny of the '90s" during a party at Hef's mansion in L.A. If the effect was jarring, the cause was good: The show helped out AIDS services.
Cindy Crawford and (from right) Jon Bon Jovi, Bobby Shriver and director Herb. Ritts joined forces for the video of "Please Come Home for Christmas," Jon's cut on A Very Special Christmas 2, a benefit album for the Special Olympics, founded by Shriver's mom, Eunice.
The writing's on the wall—Spanish actor Antonio Banderas is a heartthrob with a heart. Banderas, who'll soon costar in Interview with the Vampire, spent a week helping UNICEF draw attention to war-torn Somalia.
In the Santa Monica Mountains, Jane Seymour stayed in Dr. Quinn character as local leader Mati Waiya blessed a partnership between CBS and the National Park Service. For the right to film there, CBS paid for building restoration.
Sylvester Stallone, 48, was in Paris with a new paramour, Austrian model Andrea Wieser, 22. The romance, though still in the larval stage, withstood the Parisian premiere of Natural Born Killers.
Looking like the just-marrieds they play in the new Sleep with Me, Meg Tilly and Eric Stoltz picnicked during the film's premiere in Toronto. The busy Stoltz is also in the drama Killing Zoe and the much-heralded thriller Pulp Fiction.
Bring us your bejeweled, your shiny-green-stuff-wearing, your gorgeous models yearning to breathe...Champagne, a new Yves Saint Laurent fragrance. At the perfume's launch party on Liberty Island, Beverly Johnson had a scentillating chat with another great lady.