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When Karl Lagerfeld throws a house party, the guest list is as grand as his 18th century townhouse and gardens.
To fete the launch of Dom Pérignon’s Oenothèque and the advertising campaign featuring Claudia Schiffer, lensed by the designer, Lagerfeld welcomed the likes of Jude Law, Paz Vega, Marc Newson, Vanessa Seward, Angela Lindvall, Steve and Christine Schwartzman, Lars Nilsson, Tatiana Santo Domingo, Olivier Theyskens, Pedro Almodovar, Giambattista Valli and Delphine and Bernard Arnault.
“It’s like we never stopped working together,” said Schiffer of her reunion with Lagerfeld. While the designer and the supermodel, who wore a Dior gown, circled the event, Ralph Fiennes went incognito with Daphne Guinness, and shooed away journalists and photographers.
“I’m going back to L.A. to take care of my two-year-old son, Orson,” said Vega.
Fellow mom-about-town Lindvall, clad in Chanel couture, also said she’s heading back to the States to join her two boys. The model/actress is currently working on an angelic part in an upcoming film dubbed “Pearblossom.” “I’m a real messenger of god,” joked Lindvall, who is also the face of a new Lacoste fragrance.
Lou Doillon, who chatted with famed French comedian Michel Blanc, has been taking to the stage of theaters across France and is working on a new movie called “Nina.” She is also designing a collection for British denim giant Lee Cooper. “It was great. I really got to participate on the creative process,” she said.