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Fashion, celebrity mesh at pre-Oscar soiree

Women’s Wear Daily threw a pre-Oscar party that accomplished the convergence of fashion, celebrity at Temple restaurant Wednesday.

“This is the kind of party,” said WWD entertainment editor Merle Ginsberg, “where someone can look you up and down, ask you precise details about everything you’re wearing and it doesn’t seem shallow.”

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