Well, this is strange: Heidi Klum has been dumped as the host of Project Runway's all-star season. But she's supposedly staying on as the host of regular Project Runway. The production company and Klum couldn't agree on a salary for the all-star gig, so Harvey Weinstein went out and got himself a new supermodel host. A replacement Heidi! Sounds like Project Runway All-Stars just got lamer. [RumorFix]
Klum insists that she is not leaving Project Runway proper; the all-stars season is filming in New York City right now, and she jetted off on vacation with her husband. And the network is now trying to play it like the all-stars season is "a completely separate show, with a separate host and a separate set of judges." But surely this breakdown in negotiations doesn't bode well — what happens when her contract at regular ProjRun is up? [People]

Shoe designer Brian Atwood is now engaged to his boyfriend, Dr. Jay Deutsch. Good for them. [@Brian_Atwood]

And Michael Kors, who always said he and his boyfriend of 21 years, Lance LePere, would marry as soon as it was legal in New York, applied for and received a marriage license at City Hall. Mazel tov. [WWD]

Eniko Mihalik and a tiny Terry star in David Webb's new ads. Carine Roitfeld did the styling. The jeweler is said to be looking to revamp its image. [WWD]

Charlotte Olympia made shoes that look like cats. Cats. [Elle]

Meanwhile, for $110 and up, Hayden-Harnett will screen print a photograph of your choice onto a silk scarf. That actually sounds like something we'd do. [The Gloss]

  • Gold-star Obama fundraiser Anna Wintour is hosting another private dinner with the president. And like everything else in this world, the cost of dining in a West Village townhouse with the POTUS is going up: a year ago, Wintour's Obama dinner cost $30,400 a head. This one will set you back $35,800. Harvey Weinstein is co-hosting, and Gwyneth Paltrow, Chris Martin, Tory Burch, Alicia Keys, and our favorite foot fetishist himself, Quentin Tarantino. Expect lots of other designers, too: says one source, "Anna calls, they come running. The fashion people have to contribute." [P6]
  • GQ just named Ben Huh — that's the guy who owns ICanHasCheezburger — number 10 on its list of the 10 worst-dressed Silicon Valley CEOs. Ben Huh then made a video challenging GQ to a fashion duel: Huh would dress up in two outfits, one selected by him and one selected by GQ, and Internet users would vote on which outfit was better without knowing which was which. And GQ accepted. The Internet vs. Condé Nast: it's on. [FailBlog]
  • Lady Gaga is going to interview Jean-Paul Gaultier on the CW on September 12. [NYDN]
  • Kelly Osbourne criticized Kate Middleton's habit of wearing outfits more than once: "I'm sorry, if I had that job I would only wear it once. If I'm going to be the future bloody queen of England I'm gonna wear that dress once, and that's it, because I'm giving up the rest of my life, all of my privacy — at least I could wear a new dress every day." [The Cut]
  • CND's long-lasting Shellac manicure — which has to be set with UV light, but can supposedly last up to 14 days — raked in an estimated $25-$30 million in sales during its first year on the market. So this fall, OPI and Orly are launching their own gel manicure products. Also popular at this year's major cosmetics expo in Las Vegas: allegedly formaldehyde-free long-lasting anti-frizz hair treatments. We've heard that one before. [WWD]
  • Cathy Horyn liked Karl Lagerfeld's Macy's collection a lot more than she liked his 2004 collection for H&M. Yeah, that H&M stuff sucked. [On The Runway]
  • A '90s-era model named Xiao Dong Mei has been arrested along with her Italian husband for running an alleged Ponzi scheme. The couple were nabbed on their 56-foot yacht, vacationing in Ponza. [WWD]
  • Linda Evangelista, having failed to work out a child support agreement with billionaire François-Henri Pinault privately, has sued the fashion tycoon in Family Court (which had the effect of revealing for the first time that her four-year-old son was, in fact, sired by Pinault). The supermodel is seeking $46,000 a month in child support, which is but a fraction of Pinault's $11.5 billion fortune. But still, how does a 4-year-old spend in a month more than most Americans make in a year? Easily, it turns out, according to the Wall Street Journal, which thoughtfully put this question to an expert in rich kids and their entertainments. See, the kid will probably need three nannies for round-the-clock care — "And that third nanny preferably has some specialty skill, like teaching the kid Mandarin" — and a driver of his own. And then there's that $2,500-a-month daycare! "At first glance, $46,000 seems like an extraordinary amount and it is," said the expert. "But for a fortunate child in New York, it is actually absolutely conceivable that his expenses could approach $50,000 a month." [WSJ]
  • Naomi Campbell and her billionaire boyfriend Vladislav Doronin set off $82,000 worth of fireworks in Crete, leading some to speculate that they are engaged. This seems unlikely; Doronin is still legally married, thought separated, to his wife and the mother of his children. [Modelinia]
  • Lancel is launching a collection inspired by Salvador Dalí, called Daligramme. [WWD]
  • Barneys New York is about halfway through its planned renovations. A cafe is opening on the department store's 8th floor, to be named Gene's, after former C.E.O. Gene Pressman. Will Pressman eat there? "Yeah, why not. I'm sure I will...They asked me if I minded if they name the restaurant after me. I said, ‘knock yourself out.'" [WWD]
  • Our class rage at this puff piece about where glossy magazine editors "summer" is strangely blunted, at least somewhat, by the fact that we are currently shacking it up on Fire Island. Neener-neener! You can take your Montauk and Bridgehampton and screw it, Condé Nasties. We like deer. And we have worn neither shoes nor clothing with a waistband since Wednesday, so we in truth have trouble being mad about anything just now. [WWD]