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CELEBRITY CAVAL-CADES: "Do I have it on the wrong way?" Mischa Barton asked Saturday night at the Cannes Film Festival, fiddling with her vintage Roberto Cavalli beaded tunic. Not that the paparazzi...
CELEBRITY CAVAL-CADES: "Do I have it on the wrong way?" Mischa Barton asked Saturday night at the Cannes Film Festival, fiddling with her vintage Roberto Cavalli beaded tunic. Not that the paparazzi would ever notice. They went wild as Barton stepped on to the yacht Satine for a photo op to promote "Decameron," the forthcoming film co-produced and costumed by Cavalli. By contrast, Barton's co-star — "Star Wars" hunk Hayden Christensen — couldn't even remember who designed his suit. "I just put on whatever they send me," he related. The two young stars are slated to return to Florence this week to resume filming the sexy comedy.
AWARDS DETAILS: The 2005 CFDA Fashion Awards are three weeks away to the day, but details of the night are beginning to emerge for those who can't bear the wait. The sold-out event, to be held at the New York Public Library, will be catered by Hank Tomeshevsky with menus designed by Keith McNally and Balthazaar. For the past two years, a jazz trio entertained the crowds — this year, it is being replaced by DJ Tony Okungbowa, who is the musical director on "The Ellen Degeneres Show." Will nominees like Marc Jacobs, Ralph Rucci and Vera Wang emulate the talk show host's quirky dancing routine on their way to the stage if they win?
ALL AT SEA: Domenico De Sole may have just joined Ermenegildo Zegna's board and announced plans to team up with Tom Ford, but he managed to shed his workaholic image for the Ermenegildo Zegna Trofeo, the company's annual yachting regatta last week. "You should get a tan," quipped a jovial De Sole to an especially pale journalist on the main square of this chic port town. "Forget working."
Eleanore De Sole kept busy by playfully heckling Sergio Loro Piana and Luisa Loro Piana as the paparazzi closed in for a shot. "Ahhh, what a couple!," she yelled, gesticulating wildly behind a mass of photographers. The foursome then retreated to the shade of a cafe table umbrella and a quiet round of refreshments.
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