JACKET POTATO: Moncler president and creative director Remo Ruffini hosted a dinner at Caviar Kaspia on Tuesday evening after the Moncler Gamme Rouge catwalk show at Paris Fashion Week, though the brand won’t officially celebrate its 60th anniversary until Art Basel Miami Beach in December.
Moncler Gamme Rouge creative director Giambattista Valli was joined by guests including Georgina Brandolini d’Adda and her daughters Coco and Bianca, Eugenie Niarchos, private chef Daniel de la Falaise, art collector Johnny Pigozzi and Dolores Chaplin to feat on baked potatoes and caviar, downed with bison grass vodka.
French actress Clotilde Courau said she loved both Moncler’s sporty down jackets and the more glamorous versions designed by Valli. “They should do some extra long down jackets with a high collar to go over evening gowns,” she said, gesturing at her floor-sweeping red dress.
Courau said she has been trying out songs for her debut album by opening unannounced for French musicians like Art Mengo. “I am trying out my repertoire and trying to find my voice on stage, in front of an audience, the old-fashioned way,” she said.
“We’re radio stars together,” interjected Pigozzi. It turns out the pair spent the previous afternoon at concept store Colette recording a program for Radio Garage, the pop-up Fashion Week broadcast launched by Dasha Zhukova and Garage magazine.