ROLE PLAY: “This show always makes me want to bring my dog, but then I always think he’ll misbehave and embarrass me, so I have second thoughts,” said Douglas Booth following the Mulberry show Sunday, which featured a bulldog in designer gear, as well as canine guests.
Booth, who’s headed to Los Angeles to start promoting “Romeo and Juliet,” joined a crop of other globe-trotting actors, including Léa Seydoux, Rebecca Hall, Brit Marling and Juno Temple in the front row.
Seydoux is at work on “Saint Laurent,” a biopic about the late designer in which she plays his muse-turned-designer Loulou de la Falaise. She read some books about Saint Laurent, but said research wasn’t too difficult. “I know about this life — he is part of our patrimony in France,” she said. After the show, the actress planned to return to France to promote her latest film, “Blue Is the Warmest Color,” a lesbian love story that won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year.
Temple confirmed that she will start filming “Far From the Madding Crowd” next month, directed by Thomas Vinterberg.