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FASHION DETOX: It has been a star-studded fashion month, from Jennifer Lopez storming the Versace runway and A$AP Rocky choosing Prada as his first fashion show appearance since his jail sentence to Cardi B driving the crowd wild at Chanel.

The marathon ended on Tuesday at Louis Vuitton, the last show of the season attended by one of this generation’s biggest pop stars: Justin Timberlake.

He arrived at the packed venue on the arm of his wife, actress Jessica Biel, posed for pictures with musician and DJ Mark Ronson before taking his seat alongside Justin Theroux, Catherine Deneuve, Chloë Grace Moretz, Alicia Vikander and the five members of South Korean girl band Itzy.

Chatter centered on post-fashion week plans.

“Sleeping. A nice white bed,” was Ruth Negga’s pick. Once she’s fully rested, the actress will start filming Rebecca Hall’s adaptation of Nella Larsen’s novel “Passing,” which is set in Twenties Harlem.

Jennifer Connelly was looking forward to going home and being with her family — despite the fact that Vuitton women’s designer Nicolas Ghesquière could probably also claim that title. “We’ve been friends for nearly 17 years,” the actress said proudly. Connelly is gearing up to shoot the second season of TV show “Snowpiercer.”

Laura Harrier discussed her usual post-filming program. “A sauna or spa day and a glass of wine,” said the “BlacKkKlansman” star, who will soon start shooting “Hollywood,” Ryan Murphy’s new Netflix series set in Forties Hollywood.

Moments before guests discovered the Louis Vuitton collection, which was shown against a giant video screen projecting the video for transgender singer Sophie’s 2017 track “It’s Okay to Cry,” Indya Moore was twirling in front of photographers with obvious enthusiasm.

“I’ve been criticized my whole life as a black trans woman,” said the “Pose” actress, who is filming Netflix family film “A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting.” “So I am just happy to be here and represent people who are like me and look like me. Bringing my experiences to this sort of place feels really special to me.”

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