Naked girls and topless boys close Robertson
Double Grammy winner Eve turned up at the MAC Cosmetics Chinese Dress bash that closed down Robertson Boulevard to car traffic for the first (and hopefully the last) time in WeHo's celebrity-strewn shopping street's history.
The singer/actress was the most famous face among the throngs of MAC devotees who came to the boutique to see a live gallery of a dozen naked models air brushed with MAC pigments to look like they had on sequined dresses. During the um, viewing, bare-chested boys -- their pecs stamped with a Chinese design/character-- passed out Asian nibbles and fruity cocktails.
The astonishing exhibit debuted in Shanghai in 2005 and New York this spring. Next stop? San Francisco in 2007. All the airbrushed designs created by Juicy Couture, Sue Wong and Vivian Tam were variations on the Qi Pao, a classic Chinese garment.
The naked models seemed to get David Hasselhoff all hot 'n' bothered. He carefully scrutinized the girls to see if they were really wearing thongs and pasties. Memo to David: Don't wear that long frock coat again. It makes you look even creepier than those accidentally released divorce accusations/documents do.