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Eva Mendes showed up to the Calvin Klein show on Thursday wearing more clothing than she does in the brand’s sexy new fragrance ads.

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Nearby, Izabella Miko chatted about her life on the silver screen. She acts as a femme fatale in “Dark Streets,” a B.B. King-infused Thirties musical that will hit theaters in November, and plays a “crazy nymphomaniac and kleptomaniac” in the comedy “Repo” that bows in February. So, which is truer to Miko’s real life? “‘Dark Streets’ — for sure,” she said.

CLIMB EVERY MONTAIGNE: Is Versace angling for a prime spot on Paris’ golden retail stretch, Avenue Montaigne? The Italian house is said to be eyeing Jean-Louis Scherrer’s longtime flagship, situated between the Gianfranco Ferré and Bonpoint stores. Hermès confirmed it recently snapped up Scherrer’s only other stand-alone store in Cannes, adding to speculation Scherrer is on shaky ground. A Scherrer spokeswoman declined all comment.

ADDING A SCENT: Dean and Dan Caten, the Canadian design duo that make up DSquared, believe their beauty completes their fashion. “Now you can see us, wear us and now smell us,” said Dean Caten, creative director for the brand. Marc Jacobs, Rachel Zoe, and Cassie and Tyson Beckford were among those stopping by the fragrance launch party for He Wood and She Wood at the duo’s West Chelsea showroom Wednesday night.

TAKING A SPIN: Next week’s auction of major works by Damien Hirst at Sotheby’s in London has generated plenty of controversy in the press — and no shortage of VIP traffic during the preview. According to a source, luxury titan Bernard Arnault and socialite Lily Safra are among high rollers who have seen the works and toured the sumptuous Peter Marino-designed rooms created especially for the landmark sale.

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