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Anna Mouglalis, Peter Marino, Danielle Steel and Zhou Xun attended Chanel’s Fall 2009 Couture show in Paris.
It’s no surprise the celebrity weeklies are seeing a bounce in newsstand sales from coverage of Michael Jackson’s death.
T-shirts of Michael Jackson are flying off the shelf at Kitson, and A.B.S. is pushing Jackson-esque band jackets.
Alexandre Vauthier delayed the start of his show Tuesday to wait for guest of honor and sometime brand ambassador Roisin Murphy.
American designer Earl Pickens’ first Paris show scored with one local political star, the former Socialist presidential candidate Ségolène Royal.
Adeline André staged what could be the world’s smallest couture show Monday, showing just one look for women and one for men.
“I feel relieved,” Lacroix said at the Givenchy couture show.
“I’m a huge Bambi fan, and the film reminds me of my mum,” said Stella McCartney, referring to the late Linda McCartney, of her Bambi-inspired ad campaign.