CLOTHES CALL: If Diana Ross ever tires of diva-dom, she might consider a second career as a fashion buyer. “I have always had an eye for artistic talent, especially clothes,” Ross boasted from her front-row perch Tuesday at Christian Dior, where she was seated next to luxury titan Bernard Arnault. Apparently as big a fan of Dior designer John Galliano as the LVMH boss, Ross recalled that she bought a coat from Galliano’s graduation collection from Central Saint Martins after spying it in the window at Browns in London. “I still have it!” she cooed. Down the row, Julianne Moore, in Paris with her husband, Bart Freundlich, said she would spend a few days in the City of Light “just enjoying myself. Paris is like New York — you can just walk around and find all of these great little places.” Moore said next month she’ll start filming “Freedomland,” based on the book by Richard Prince. “It’s a story about racism,” said Moore, noting that her character plays a “woman who works in the projects.”
SOMETHING BLUE?: “Are you kidding?” Dita Von Teese asked, laughing at the suggestion that she might wear a white gown when she weds her rock-star fiancé, Marilyn Manson. “I won’t wear black, either.” What Von Teese will do, however, is don a Vivienne Westwood creation when she walks down the aisle. “I’m in her hands,” the burlesque performer disclosed at Westwood’s show on Tuesday. But Von Teese is keeping quiet about the date of the nuptials. “It got out in the press and we had to change it,” she explained. “Some things have to remain secret.”
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: Mes amis, it’s winter, and the 21st century. And the idea of viewing the newest fall collections while sitting in a dingy, unheated space is absolutely barbaric. So next year, how about all indoor venues have functioning central heat?
Hermès is launching a Laundromat pop-up shop in NYC - dubbed Hermèsmatic - where customers can bring their old scarves to be dip-dyed by an expert. Get all the details on WWD.com. #wwdnews (📷: @donstahl)