Star Tracks

updated 02/27/1989 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 02/27/1989 AT 01:00 AM EST

Italian director Lina Wertmuller, center, has her hands full in New York City with Rutger (Ladyhawke) Hauer and a blond Nastassja Kinski, stars of Lina's next movie, a romance called As Long As It's Love.

Hair Royal Highness the Duchess of York, shows that some girls just wanna have bun. Fergie got all tressed up for a Sport Aid Foundation benefit (the money helps with famine relief) in London.

Live and let dye: Sporting a two-toned do, Madonna had dinner with her (just) friend, choreographer Jeffrey Hornaday. He's working on the movie Dick Tracy, which she starts shooting this week.

The razor's edge: A stylishly coiffed Sean Lennon escorts his mom, Yoko Ono, to the opening of her art retrospective at New York's Whitney Museum. Sean flew in from his school in Switzerland.

Unlikely trio: Barnard College graduates Laurie Anderson ('69), left, Joan Rivers ('54) and Suzanne Vega ('81) perform at a benefit concert in New York to honor their alma mater's 100th birthday.

Falcon Crest stud Lorenzo Lamas, flanked by ex-TV wife Ana-Alicia, left, and his new real (third) wife, Kathleen Kinmont, attends a party celebrating the nighttime soap's 200th episode.

Terry Jones speaks in tongues to fellow Monty Pythoners Eric Idle and Terry Gilliam, top, during a party at New York's Hard Rock Cafe marking the comedy troupe's 20th anniversary.

Susan Sarandon makes a getaway with her Bull Durham co-star Tim Robbins after attending a benefit in New York for Nicaraguan hurricane relief. The couple expect a baby in May.

Shari (Hotel) Belafonte-Harper snuggles with her new beau, Sam (General Hospital) Behrens, during a charity skiing event at Big Bear Lake, Calif. Brother David, a model, chaperons.

Pros and cons: Disguised as a streetwalker for a show on prostitution that airs this week (Feb. 23), talk show host Sally Jessy Raphael, left, stalks the Manhattan pavement with real-life hooker Dolores French.

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