CELEBRITY picks

WHO: Lauren Hutton

WHERE: Pre-party for The Crystal Charity Ball Committee

PICKS: The bass were not biting for Lauren when she went fishing at Gun Stream, a private fishing camp east of Dallas, according to her friend Gloria Godat, who says Lauren enjoys many traditionally “boyish” activities. Lauren’s independent nature also showed in her choice of evening wear for the Crystal Charity Ball, which she attended decked in an Armani tuxedo and black and white golf shoes. A visit to the Family Place, a nonprofit agency providing emergency shelter and counseling for victims of domestic violence, was also high on her priority list during this trip.

WHO: Paul Harvey

WHERE: Dallas Advertising League Luncheon

PICKS: Paul Harvey’s producer and wife, Angel, invited the CEO of Dr Pepper/ Seven Up, John R. Albers, to the luncheon to hear her husband speak. Angel, who consumes lots of 7UP drinks daily, naturally ordered 7UP at the luncheon.

WHO: Bernadette Peters

WHERE: National Council of Jewish Women benefit concert at the Meyerson Symphony Center, and presentation of the Algur H. Meadows Award for Excellence in the Arts to her friend Stephen Sondheim

PICKS: Concerned about fitting into her dress the evening of the performance, Bernadette fought temptation and saved her dark chocolate lips, served at the NCJW dinner at the Meyerson. Judy Schecter, vice president Ways & Means of NCJW, says Peters ate sushi in her dressing room.

WHO: Liz Carpenter

WHERE: Book-signing for her latest book, Unplanned Parenthood

PICKS: According to Martha Tiller, Li: got her usual three things done upon arriving in Dallas: a massage, a hair appointment, and a chitchat with friends. Local masseuse Jana Rutledge visited Lizin her hotel room, and hairstylist Paul Neinast styled her hair at the salon in The Mansion, where Liz stayed. For her fourth favorite activity, she went to Stanley Korshak, where she bought an umbrella, and to Lady Primrose, where she bought the signature tea.

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