STAR TREK: Those Hollywood types kept turning up all over Paris during fashion week. By the weekend, Demi and Nicole had deserted the shows, allowing Cameron Diaz and Matt Dillon to take over the spotlight. Diaz, in Europe promoting her new film, “A Life Less Ordinary,” appeared at Cartier’s 150th anniversary lunch on Saturday with Dillon, and wasted no time in dropping him hints. “I think Cartier is so classic and chic,” she said. “But I’ve never had anyone offer me anything from Cartier.” The company presented her with its new Happy Birthday handbag in burgundy leather with embossed Cartier logos, which will go on sale soon in its stores for about $1,200. On Sunday, Cameron and Matt attended the Valentino show.
RISKY BUSINESS: Stella McCartney had shelved plans for a post-collection party last week — until she got a helping hand from her parents, Paul and Linda McCartney. When Stella discovered they were leaving their Bristol Hotel suite early to head back to London, she stepped right in. “It was the biggest suite I’d ever seen,” she said afterwards. “I said, ‘I’ll take it!”‘ Her impromptu bash, attended by her friends Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Alexander McQueen, lasted until the wee hours.
FASHION WEDDING: The next stop on the fashion calendar is Tuesday’s wedding of photographer Miles Aldridge and Kristen McMenamy in London. The very pregnant bride will wear Chanel, and will be given away by none other than Karl Lagerfeld. The couple met two years ago when Aldridge was shooting a portrait of the designer and McMenamy in the back seat of his limousine.
LANVIN HAPPENINGS: Word that Prada design director Cristina Ortiz was taking the top design job at Lanvin overshadowed the collection this season. But in the meantime, the house’s design studio is preparing a special capsule collection of 100 dresses — 10 each of 10 styles from the Jeanne Lanvin archives. A new line for Japan called Lanvin Golf is taking off, according to president Gerald Asaria: “Ladies in Japan change clothes four times when they play golf. It’s an all-day affair and a good business opportunity.”