Jack McCollough's Nose Tells the Tale

Jack McCollough's orange Oakleys couldn't cover up the scratch left behind by Kiefer Sutherland's headbutt the other night, although thankfully the Proenza Schouler co-founder wasn't seriously injuried in the incident. McCollough's rep said today he was the victim of a "vicious, violent, unprovoked assault." And the NYPD seems to agree. Sutherland is expected to be charged with assault tomorrow. [People, NYP]
• You may have thought Azzedine Alaïa was having a lousy week what with the plot by Anna Wintour to snub him at the Costume Institute gala. But he appears to be rebounding nicely. Michelle Obama wore a lovely Alaïa number to the Time magazine party last night. [FWD]
• Speaking of the gala, it raised $2 million less than last year. [WWD]
Derek Lam's first boutique opens tonight. [Style.com]

Anna Sui Target collection "will be inspired by Gossip Girl's four main female characters." Get excited. Or something. [SW]
Tim Gunn played the role of lobbyist in Washington, DC today. [NYM]
• Canali has picked up a new showroom in the meatpacking district. [NYP]
• Filene's Basement almost went bankrupt a few weeks ago. But the investors who rescued the chain now say they're planned to expand. [NYP]
• Matthew Williamson's H&M commercial, in case you missed it. [Fashionista]
• François-Henri Pinault and Salma Hayek spent their honeymoon on an unidentified island off the east coast of Africa. Just so you know. [In Touch]
• It's confirmed! Kate Moss really is writing an autobiography. [Telegraph]