The actress attended the house’s couture show on Tuesday, joined by guests including Sofia Coppola and Marion Cotillard.
Leading couture houses reported strong momentum in the second half, in spite of the violent protests in France since Nov. 17.
It will be held in the Grand Palais, which has hosted Karl Lagerfeld’s spectacular show sets for haute couture and ready-to-wear since 2005.
Born of the merger of the top two Paris fashion schools, the revamped Institut Français de la Mode aims to attract global creative talents.
The company will present a new product featuring an automatic movement from Kenissi at Baselworld in March this year.
Manley Amzelek will return to Paris from New York, where she had worked for Chanel since 2012.
The process, with sustainable features, is beginning to be scaled by brands for packaging.
The “gilets jaunes” antigovernment movement on Saturday drew fewer protesters and was less violent than over the past month.
In a report by the NPD Group, sales for prestige fragrance have increased by 8 percent year-to-date.
With the latest journal in fine art bookstores, the photographer plans to debut his documentary about the actor Robert Mitchum, “Nice Girls Don’t Stay for Breakfast” in Paris.