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Joan Burstein, founder of London’s Browns boutique, feted British designers in Paris on Monday night.

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BRIT FEST: Joan Burstein, founder of London’s Browns boutique, feted British designers in Paris on Monday night, inviting Gareth Pugh, Henry Holland, Jonathan Saunders and Charlotte Dellal to a sumptuous apartment with a view of the Tuileries. Dellal graciously twirled on demand, purring, “It’s my mother’s vintage Lacroix.” Meanwhile, Alexandra Lanvin (wife of Hubert Lanvin, a direct descendent of Jeanne Lanvin), said she had just tapped Turkish-born, Berlin-based designer Burak Uyan to launch a new shoe line called Aperlaï, which is being unveiled in Paris this week.

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