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SHOE IN: The trendy set flocked to Paris’ Elysées Biarritz cinema Thursday night for the premiere of André Saraiva’s movie short, “The Shoe,” co-penned with Olivier Zahm and starring Leo Fitzpatrick, Annabelle Dexter Jones, Joséphine de La Baume, Lou Lesage and Poppy Delevingne. Made in collaboration with luxury footwear brand J.M. Weston, the morality tale centered on a pair of crocodile slippers. “I’m headed to Hollywood,” joked Saraiva, as the likes of Olympia Le-Tan, Jefferson Hack and Élodie Bouchez filed into the cinema. Bouchez said she’ll soon be treading the boards for a play by surrealist French playwrite Roger Vitrac, titled “Victor or the Kids,” at Paris’ Théâtre de la Ville. Sporting a striped sailor T-shirt, Dexter Jones, meanwhile, said she’s working on a clothing line. “It’ll be super girly, kind of like me,” she said, adding that she’s planning to unveil the line next February in New York.

This story first appeared in the June 28, 2011 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.

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