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Hey, isn't that...?: Chace Crawford, Desirée Rogers


"Okay, just ONE more photo, girls..." Crawford red-carpeting at the American Film Festival in Deauville, France, last week. (Kenzo Tribouillard/AP)

  • Chace Crawford smoking a mango hookah at Gazuza lounge in Dupont Circle on Saturday night. Red-and-black flannel shirt, tweed cap. The "Gossip Girl" heartthrob and Texas native was apparently in town for the Redskins-Cowboys season opener. Graciously allowed a couple of photo-ops with giggly girls. He and his small, low-key posse (a D.C.-based cousin and friends) persuaded the manager to let them buy a hookah water pipe to go.

  • ·Desirée Rogers, new CEO of Johnson Publishing, making her N.Y.C. Fashion Week debut as a media exec, claiming front-row seats at the Jason Wu show on Friday and Diane von Furstenberg show on Sunday.

  • By The Reliable Source  |  September 13, 2010; 1:00 AM ET
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    I thought I saw him at Russia House earlier that night (around 10-11) but people I was with thought I was crazy (or just didn't know who he was). It's nice to be vindicated! And yes, he was wearing a red and black flannel shirt.

    Posted by: ropespin | September 13, 2010 10:18 AM | Report abuse

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