Extreme Beauty in Vogue Party

Hudson said she was looking forward to the wardrobe for her next film, “The Killer Inside Me.”

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Naomi Watts

Photo By Mauricio Miranda

At a cocktail party to fete the “Extreme Beauty in Vogue” exhibition, Kate Hudson said she was looking forward to the wardrobe for her next film, “The Killer Inside Me.” “I guess I’ll be dressing up in Fifties clothes, which will be fun,” she said. Orlando Bloom had also jetted in from Los Angeles, where he was filming “Symphony for the Delicious.” “I play a belligerent rock star,” he said, accompanied by his photographer cousin Sebastian Copeland, who was about to head to the North Pole. Naomi Watts just wrapped new movie “Mother and Child.” She’s been getting plenty of practice lately, looking after her 20-month-old son Alexander Pete. Karl Lagerfeld made a beeline for the photos — not that he needed to see them. “I know all the images and really like them,” he said of the 89 photographs from the past 80 years of Vogue. Jeff Koons said he’s working on a supersize installation in Los Angeles: “It’s a large train, which hangs from a giant crane.” Peaches Geldof said she was working on new fashion and music magazine Disappear Here and her column in Nylon and, “I’ve just launched an ethical jewelry range called Made.”

French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld brought news channel CNN with her, which was filming a fly-on-the-wall documentary. “I am being followed round all the shows, and they are doing lots of interviews,” Roitfeld said. “But you won’t be seeing me naked.” The documentary airs later this month, although Roitfeld won’t be tuning in. “I don’t like watching myself.”

Meanwhile, Miuccia Prada, dressed in one of her fall gladiatorial dresses, showed it’s not all work and no play. “I really do slide down the slide,” she said, referring to the huge Carston Höller slide she has in her office in Milan. At a subsequent private dinner, the star quotient went up even higher, with David Beckham joining the table.

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