Chilled vodka and caviar flowed at a Russia-themed Paris presentation for Andrea Stefanowicz Sabrier’s Doodski T-shirt label on Friday night, at L’Eclaireur’s Rue Boissy d’Anglas site. “I’ve traveled there a lot recently. This was their way of greeting people and I could think of nothing better to bring people together,” said the designer, whose collection was inspired by nature, featuring animal skulls, earthy colors and marbling effects. A women’s line will soon be added. Providing the night’s sounds was a mystery guest DJ childhood pal of the designer, who is set to take to the decks at the H&M party on the Champs Elysees. “I’m part of Sheik n’Beik, a collective of DJs and producers from New York — our house parties go on for days!” he hollered, feeding clues to the crowd which included ballet dancers Emilie Fouilloux, Axel Ipor and Audric Pezard, from La Scala Theatre Ballet, the resident classical ballet company of the La Scala opera house in Milan; Margherita Missoni and budding actress Bianca Brandolini d’Adda, who said her first movie, “Aïcha,” is slated for release at the end of October. She is due to start filming her second in November — a love story in which she plays a Muslim woman. She had to keep her head covered for every scene. “It was like a new me. The hair and everything makes a person, but you could only see some of my face,” she said. Meanwhile model Diana Gaertner, who is set to star in an upcoming campaign by Lucky Brand Jeans, revealed she’s going to back to school in Paris to study interior design.
Andrea Stefanowicz Sabrier’s Russian Bash
There was a Russia-themed Paris presentation for the designer's Doodski T-shirt label at L’Eclaireur’s Rue Boissy d’Anglas site.
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