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“Well I did just see them in New York, twice, but I thought, why not? It’s the Stones!” said Amy Sacco by way of explaining her third Rolling Stones show in a month. With Bruce Willis as her date, she grooved to the still-agile Mick Jagger and co. along with Gisele Bündchen, Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu, Monet Mazur and Lara Flynn Boyle. At the after party at Simon’s Kitchen and Bar in the Hard Rock Hotel, Stephen Dorff, Owen Wilson and even Jagger went trolling for pretty young things, but were left in the dust of the Angels’ hasty retreat.
“Better luck at the tables,” Dorff said.
This story first appeared in the December 5, 2002 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.