Milan during fashion week is filled with heels, limos and high-maintenance behavior. So one would expect opening the door to actress Kirsten Dunst’s vast suite at the city’s celeb hot spot, the Bulgari Hotel, would give rise to chaotic scenes involving entourages, shopping bags and runway tickets. Instead, a poised Dunst sits perched on an armchair, in a striped top and black pants, reminiscent of a French Fifties actress, chatting not about front-row sightings or shopping excursions, but rather, where to locate the best spring water. After a trip to Bellagio in nearby Como, she’s particularly enthusiastic about having bottled her own water from its source.
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