EE-I-EE-I-O: Elizabeth Hurley may not be gracing many magazine covers of late, but that’s because she’s down on the farm. “I’m making a documentary about my organic farm, about the town girl meets farm life. The working title is ‘A Slice of Life,’” said Hurley at the Valentino couture show on Wednesday. “I just learned how to shear sheep, and next week I’ll be making butter.”
Astrid Muñoz was jetting off to a much more urbane (albeit verdant) setting at the Serpentine Gallery’s annual star-studded fund-raising party in London’s Hyde Park. “I’ve been invited to shoot the event tomorrow,” said Muñoz. “I’m the first woman to do it.”
Not one for farming, shoe designer Charlotte Dellal said she was enjoying “playing shopkeeper,” having opened her first London-based store at 56 Maddox Street.
Meanwhile, Juicy Couture co-founder Gela Nash-Taylor said she would be teaming up again with Pamela Skaist-Levy on a new ready-to-wear label to be launched next year. “It’s really exciting and we cannot wait,” she said. “I really can’t say any more because I’m still under contract.” Until the end of the year, the two women have a nonoperating creative consulting role at Juicy Couture, which they founded in 1996 and sold to Liz Claiborne Inc. in 2003.