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John Lithgow on Conan O'Brien

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John Lithgow was on Conan O'Brien last night and mentioned running into Shwarzeneggar while returning some clothes at Bergdorf Goodman's. I notice that Oxxford also mentions that Lithgow is an Oxxford wearer. He looked sharp last night, with some sharp bold striped socks. Couldn't get a good look at the shoes. I do wish Conan would stop wearing those dark shirts. Usually sharp ties, though.
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Saw that episode too. Maybe we should make Conie the honorary host of the Styleforum.
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Conan is definitely a pimp. I dig his style.
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Conan O'Brien never impressed me sartorially though he is doing a lot better than his early days. I swear back then NBC was buying him the cheapest and most ill-fitting suits possible.
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We ran into Lithgow in Bergdorf this past weekend also, while in town for Sartorial Excellence. All things equal, I think I would've preferred to run into Arnold.
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We ran into Lithgow in Bergdorf this past weekend also, while in town for Sartorial Excellence. All things equal, I think I would've preferred to run into Arnold.
Hmm, I wonder how Ahnold would pronounce "ËśCarlo Franco' ? Jon.
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However he darn well pleased?
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Very suprised that Lithgow does his own returns.
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Very suprised that Lithgow does his own returns.
Not all that surprising, actually. His wife was (still is?) a prof of English literature at UCLA, and I used to see him around campus fairly often, doing "regular guy" sorts of things--walking his dog, checking out the student union, grabbing a sandwich. He was very approachable, as well--seemed very "down to earth."
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(stache @ Mar. 13 2005,08:11) Very suprised that Lithgow does his own returns.
Not all that surprising, actually. His wife was (still is?) a prof of English literature at UCLA, and I used to see him around campus fairly often, doing "regular guy" sorts of things--walking his dog, checking out the student union, grabbing a sandwich. He was very approachable, as well--seemed very "down to earth."
You know, they are human after all...(ok, well maybe not Lithgow ) Jon.
post #11 of 45
Geeze man... he's not THAT big of a star. I saw Stallone in BG last week, not that is a big star. He was wearing these weird shoes that must have put on 4 inches; othewise Armani head to toe.
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I rode an elevator with the guy from Home Improvement once. We exchanged "heys". He was wearing wraparound sunglasses and the denim tuxedo with cowboy boots. Not a great look.
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Alright, this thread has been officially hijacked. I rode in the elevator with Joe Montana (and his hyperactive sons) at Saks in SF. He's a charming guy...he winked at me when he spotted the recognition in my eyes, and we exchanged hellos. Now everyone share YOUR experiences shopping with the famous.
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Well, I once gave Juliana Margulies (sp?) advice at Lisa Kline Men. And I saw the incredibly hot Jessica Biel at Bernini's in the Beverly Center, of all places. Didn't have the balls to say hi, and she was with some guy anyway.
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I helped Timothy Dalton find and buy the Gardiner cycle of the Beethoven symphonies at Tower Classics in West Hollywood, California.
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