At Giorgio Armani's and Disney-ABC's Hollywood fete Tuesday night honoring "Desperate Housewives" costume designer Catherine Adair, the Rodeo Drive boutique was transformed into a suburban abode, with a faux green lawn covering the floor and a white picket fence surrounding the store. Wisteria Lane's gardening queen Marcia Cross admitted she's sick of her character Bree's uptight wardrobe. "Are you kidding? I want to tear those pantyhose off and burn those shoes and go bra-less. You know what I'm saying?" ... Meanwhile, Felicity Huffman revealed she'll wear a rouge Kevan Hall gown on Sunday ... All female nominees are receiving a gold evening bag from Kenneth Cole with a personal note from the brand's namesake saying "Practice holding something gold." The masses can pick up the $168 bag at all Cole stores ... Nominees Debra Messing, Mariska Hargitay, and Sandra Oh are among those popping into facialist Kate Somerville to get that pre-show glow ... Revlon, sponsor of the "Entertainment Weekly" pre-Emmy party Saturday night at Hollywood's Cabana Club, is going all out to make sure the night has maximum maquillage with a chandelier made from 1,000 tubes of Super Lustrous Lipgloss and a patio bar shaped like a black and gold powder compact ... Kwiat diamonds is partnering with "Inside Edition" to give a mother and daughter who are both victims of Hurricane Katrina the ultimate Hollywood experience with tickets to the awards show and diamonds to wear on the red carpet ... During Sunday night's Entertainment Tonight/People party at the Mondrian Hotel, $45,000 worth of right-hand diamond rings from Martin Katz, Neil Lane and Fred Leighton will be on display and auctioned on eBay until Sept. 28 to benefit the American Red Cross' Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. The party will also feature limited-edition Piper Heidsieck champagne bottles "dressed" in black sequins by designer Carmen Marc Valvo.

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