LOS ANGELES--It wasn't exactly "Down and Out in Beverly Hills," but seeing all those people wearing blue jeans crammed into Cartier in Beverly Hills was an unusual sight. Partygoers hadn't tired of their designer duds--they were just following the "Jeans And Jewels" theme of the evening.
Cartier threw the party for the California Summer School for the Arts, and the jeans angle was intended to emphasize the young artists who participate in the school's programs. But even with the announced dress code, not everyone could put on jeans to go to a Rodeo Drive party. Wendy Goldberg, one of the hosts for the evening, wore a white pants suit, but her husband, producer Leonard Goldberg sported white jeans. Maryam Saghatelian, managing director of the boutique, looked the epitome of French casual chic with a T-shirt, jacket and jeans, and actor James Woods wore his denim with a suitcoat and tie.
"Living in jeans is easier, but it's so hard," said Woods. "Even at the golf course during the day you have to wear slacks."

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