HughE Dillon: Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett On the Town

Plus the city's awash in fashion shows, from underground catwalks to a benefit for PAWS

I ran from one fashion show event to another on Wednesday, from the 17th Annual Phasion Phest held in the tunnel under the convention center on 12th Street (left), to the runway event to benefit PAWS, to Rittenhouse Row. To see who walked the runway and who just watched, see today’s slideshow.

World Affairs Council of Philadelphia hosted Bill O’Reilly on Thursday at a meet-and-greet at the Loews Hotel. Bill was also promoting his new book Pinheads and Patriots: Where You Stand in the Age of Obama.

Not a surprise, but Kendra Wilkinson pulled out of the charity basketball benefit pitting the Philadelphia Eagles wives against the Washington Redskins wives tomorrow. But you can still catch the action with Whitney Kolb, Maggie Jean-Gilles, Julie Dorenbos, and (my fave) Tammi Reid, who will no doubt wow us with her fashion. You can purchase your tickets for $25 here.

Congratulations to Philadelphia law firm Willig, Williams & Davidson; they hosted a 30th Anniversary Celebration at the National Constitution Center on Wednesday. My friend Sharon Steingard is an attorney there.

Philly-born actress Kim Delaney (who has appeared in many TV shows, including the soap All My Children in which she played the beloved Jenny who was killed by a jet ski ) was a guest of builder Jeff Orleans at Tuesday’s open house for the new offices of law firm Offit Kurman at Ten Penn Center. Entertainment lawyer Kevon Glickman recently started working there, but he tells me he is still connected with Invincible Studios where a few film projects are in the works.