MORE, MORE MOREAU: Karl Lagerfeld, Azzedine Alaïa, Betty Catroux, Georgina Brandolini and Anne Parillaud were among the glitterati who came out to see Calvin Klein and fete his new Avenue Montaigne flagship Thursday night. But they had heavy competition for the designer’s affections. Klein was practically joined at the hip to the one and only Jeanne Moreau. "I’m in love with this woman," Klein said of the legendary actress, his dinner date the past four nights in Rome and in Paris. "She’s incredible. She tells me what to do." Does he take her advice? "Are you crazy?" Klein asked. "Of course I do." Over in the corner, Amanda Harlech was talking about her literary ambitions, having recently edited the works of poet Alan Seeger. "I really should write my book," she said. "But I’m too much of a wordsmith. I have to go back and take out all the adjectives." Harlech said she feels some pressure to get it done. She had the title all set a few years ago: "Heavy Water." "And then Martin Amis took it," she quipped.

EARLY BIRD: As if he doesn’t do enough runway shows in a season, Karl Lagerfeld has just added one more. On Sunday night, he plans to stage a "mini" version of the Chanel spring collection at its Rue Cambon couture salons. Turns out many top editors, including Vogue’s Anna Wintour, won’t be sticking around Paris long enough for Chanel’s scheduled show Tuesday. So Lagerfeld, always up for a fashion show, plans to produce some key looks on a handful of models.

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