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David Lynch brought a sexy fog over Los Angeles to unveil his limited-edition collaboration with Dom Pérignon. At a multimedia exhibit at Hollywood’s Milk Studios, celebrities and tastemakers walked through fog-filled rooms to see art installations, a short film and, of course, Lynch-designed bottles of bubbly. Notables included a barefoot Thomas Jane (brave, for all that glassware on passed trays), Topher Grace, Tracey Ross, Eddie Ruscha, Lady Victoria Hervey, stylist George Kotsiopoulos and Bret Easton Ellis. A performance by the Kills and a DJ set from Diplo rounded out the evening…Bootsy Bellows, David Arquette’s new vaudevillian night life effort, went off in West Hollywood with an opening that was anything but soft ...Charlie Sheen surfaced at Lure nightclub to celebrate the FX Network’s summer comedy slate, including his show, “Anger Management.” The actor rubbed elbows with fellow company talent like Russell Brand, Elijah Wood and W. Kamau Bell, who has a late-night comedy project on deck with executive producer Chris Rock…Though he’s reportedly courting Victoria’s Secret angel Erin Heatherton, Leonardo DiCaprio has been hitting a few nightclubs with the guys, like the aforementioned Lure, where he attended with mainstay pal Kevin Connolly rocking a baseball cap and his “Django Unchained” scruff. He’s also been by Cahuenga Boulevard’s AV Nightclub, enjoying vodka cocktails and beer with a group of guys…actress Sophia Bush braved the concrete wild of downtown Los Angeles for Radical Summer, a pool party hosted by Warby Parker at the Standard hotel…No pool was in sight but there was plenty of sweat at Cycle House on La Cienega, where host Maria Menounos and Zico coconut water hosted a charity spin class to benefit the Challenged Athletes Foundation.

Matt Donnelly

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