GLOBETROTTERS: An international crowd turned out at the Musée Rodin for the Dior show on Friday, which drew guests including Valérie Trierweiler, the partner of French President François Hollande, Isabelle Huppert, Olga Kurylenko, Ni Ni, Eva Herzigova and Camille Rowe.
Hong Kong actress and model Angelababy said she was gearing up for the release of 3-D film “Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon,” which came out on Saturday. “It’s a kung-fu movie,” she said.
Lou de Laâge was preparing to shoot “Respire” (“Breathe” in English), the second feature film to be directed by “Inglourious Basterds” actress Mélanie Laurent. “I musn’t reveal too much about the film at this stage, but it’s not your usual polite good-girl role. It’s a little more complex,” the French actress said.
Natalia Vodianova said her Naked Heart Foundation is launching educational programs for children with deep autism in six schools in Russia. “We’re actually the first ones to do it — there’s only one school in the whole country that provides education to children with deep autism,” she said.
The foundation will also host a forum on autism in Moscow from Oct. 14 to 17. “In Russia, the question of autism is very new. It was just introduced in 2007 as a separate condition from schizophrenia,” the face of Guerlain’s Shalimar fragrance explained.