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Allure editor in chief Linda Wells made the L.A. pilgrimage last weekend, holding her fifth annual fete on the Buffalo Club’s patio. This year’s affair —while brimming with the usual starlets and young agents — took on a more relaxed vibe. “Everybody sits down,” deduced Ashley Scott. “No table-hopping.”

Nevertheless, the ladies did their fair share of rubbernecking.

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“I’m just waiting for the right moment to go get Amanda Bynes’ autograph for my son,” confessed Angela Janklow-Harrington.

The following night at Il Sole, Wells threw an intimate dinner to honor celebrity hairstylist Chris McMillan. Table-hopping was not an option since there was only one table. Instead, McMillan’s pals, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox Arquette and David Arquette, Cindy Crawford and Famke Janssen played musical chairs after each course.

“I’d lay myself at his feet,” said an emotional Aniston. “He’s not just about the haircut. He’s all heart.”

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