Morning Memo: Giorgio Armani's Beef; Elton John Won't Let Sun Go Down On Oscar

Last night, Bruce Willis and Demi Moore’s daughter, Rumer, 19, was reminded of her age by the staff at L.A. nightspot Villa, so she had to turn right around. [Perez]

Giorgio Armani wrote Times fashion scribe Cathy Horyn a letter banning her from his show in Milan on Monday because she “belittled” his friends and family in her write up of the preshow hoopla. [WWD]

Nonetheless, here are photos from yesterday’s Armani show. [T]

At Lindsay Lohan’s nude photo shoot for New York, mom Dina was absent, possibly shooting her reality show, Momager. [Rush&Malloy]

Filmmaker heir Jamie Johnson’s documentary The One Percent, the sequel to Born Rich, will premiere tonight, and it promises to “be even more titillating than the first.” [P6]

Product placement—coming to a novel near you! [NYT]

Polaroid-toting party photog Jeremy Kost may have to find a new gimmick now that the company plans to stop making the special film. [Gatecrasher]

After several major Oscar parties were canceled, the remaining hosts are New York (at the Spotted Pig); Elton John; Patrick Whitesell and Rick Yorn; Bryan Lourd; and Jeffrey Katzenberg. [P6]

Is your house making you look fat? [NYT]

A relatively large number of VIPs are scheduled to attend the Dolce & Gabbana show on Thursday; they include Monica Bellucci, Naomi Campbell, Sheryl Crow, Fergie, Lindsay Lohan and French actress Fanny Ardant. [WWD]

Fashion label Moschino hired Lapo Elkann’s ad agency to publicize its Love Moschino line, formerly Moschino Jeans. [WWD]

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