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After fronting Dolce & Gabbana's advertising campaign for the fragrance The One for Men, Matthew McConaughey is set to attend the designer duo's women's show.

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BOOGIE NIGHTS: R&B diva Solange Knowles, Beyoncé’s younger sister and the face of Armani Jeans, headlined the front row at Emporio Armani Sunday. “Sometimes you see artists attached to designers that are not a good fit, but I’m blessed,” said Knowles, whose track ‘Sandcastle Disco’ played after the show. Knowles will also attend the Giorgio Armani show and the designer’s store opening on Monday ahead of kicking off her European tour mid-October with Alicia Keys.

Earlier, Armani feted the latest fruit of his exclusive collaboration with electronics giant Samsung with the Emporio Armani Samsung “Night Effect” cell phone. “Those who love Emporio Armani also often love nightlife. They like going out in the city, after dark, when the bright lights of a modern metropolis illuminate the streets,” Armani said in a statement. “For this young, cool and social crowd, the Night Effect mobile is the perfect accessory.” The Night Effect features an Mp3 music player and LED lighting on the sides, which illuminates in red, green or blue every time the user is called or makes a call. It is expected to retail for 300 euros, or around $430, and will hit the high street in Europe in November and in the U.S., the Middle East and Asia before yearend.

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