Paris Hilton

Paris: Quick-Change Artist?

08/09/2004 at 06:00 AM EDT

Paris: Quick-Change Artist?
Paris Hilton
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For her hosting duties at the Teen Choice Awards with Nicole Richie, Paris Hilton is planning to look "very girly and colorful with a touch of naughtiness," in as many as five different outfits, says her stylist for the show, Victor Alegria. BCBG, Chloe, Prada and Anna Sui are expected to be among the couturiers behind Hilton's outfits for the event (which takes place Aug. 8 at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles and airs Aug. 11 on FOX) – but there won't be a pair of pants anywhere. "She's not a big pant girl. She did request no pants for this award show," Alegria says of the hotel heiress. What will we see? Along with "a lot of bright colors," Alegria says, Paris will be sporting "a lot of custom-made jewelry with embellishments on them," including a white-gold Modena XL watch festooned with 5.6 carats of diamonds and a pink band (retail price: $14,250). So, is working with Paris just another day in the, well, Simple Life? "Paris is easy to style," says Alegria. "Two reasons: One, she's such a beautiful woman that anything I put on her, she looks great. And she's such a doll to work with. She has great style herself, great vision. We always seem to land on the same page when we're talking about looks, and what we see for her."

Dinner with Her Madgesty
Madonna ended the U.S. leg of her Re-Invention Tour with a private dinner party for 35 revelers at South Beach's tony Delano hotel (owned by the singer's pal Ian Schrager). As a DJ played in the hotel's candle-lit suite called the Apartment, guests dined from a raw bar and buffet of sushi, tuna and ceviche, washed down with mojitos, cosmopolitans and Guinness (for Madonna's husband, Guy Ritchie). The gathering, which wound down at 2 a.m., was too late for kids Lourdes and Rocco, who were in Miami but didn't join the festivities that night. The Re-Invention tour next moves to the U.K., with shows beginning Aug. 14.

On Location
Pirates of the Caribbean star Orlando Bloom and director Cameron Crowe popped up in downtown Memphis recently, where the pair filmed part of their upcoming movie, Elizabethtown (also starring Kirsten Dunst and Susan Sarandon). Though Bloom enjoyed drinks in the lobby bar in the Peabody Hotel one night, he was all business by 7 a.m. the following day, when filming began at old Elvis Presley haunt the Arcade Restaurant. "They filmed (Bloom) eating chili for just about an hour," says owner Karan Zepatos. "He was very pleasant, said hello to everyone, took a lot of pictures and signed autographs for everyone." Crowe, who had prearranged the shoot, "told us to leave everything just as it is," says Zepatos, who noted the eatery was last remodeled in 1954.

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It's Easy Being Green
Before watching Alanis Morissette and the Barenaked Ladies perform on their Au Naturale tour stop at L.A.'s Greek Theater recently, celebs including Debra Messing and Andy Dick hung out in a "green" greenroom organized by Organic Style magazine. The backstage haven featured a relaxation/meditation room, and snacks included naturally raised meats and salmon and desserts such as organic chocolate chip cookies, peach tarts and ice cream – all served with biodegradable dinnerware and utensils (no plastic), of course. "The one thing I love about the greenroom looking this way is that it's inviting people into a way of viewing the world, showing them that it's not as hard as maybe it's perceived to be to live environmentally consciously," said Morissette. "Once people have a taste of it, my thought is that they'll not only like it, but be inspired to go continue that on in their day-to-day lives."

• By NICK WHITE, LINDA TRISCHITTA, DONNIE SNOW and REBECCA GROSS

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