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Harvey Weinstein had a surprise up his sleeve for Halston's relaunch on Monday.

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RED ALERT: Katie Grand even makes copies look good. The stylist and editor in chief of Pop magazine partnered with British leather goods label Mulberry and Gap to create a new version of Mulberry's iconic Roxanne bag. The limited edition bag with signature patch pockets is done in red sweatshirt jersey under the Gap (Product) Red collection, which aims to fight AIDS in Africa. The bag was first released in London and Paris in December and will hit Gap's U.S. flagship at 680 Fifth Avenue on Wednesday.

GIANT WIN: Former New York Giants cornerback Jason Sehorn and his TV-actress wife, Angie Harmon, didn't spend Super Bowl Sunday together cheering on their team in front of the tube. Instead, Harmon was on a plane en route to New York for the shows (during which she'll be corresponding for both In Style and Entertainment Tonight) while her husband played Mr. Mom at home with the couple's two daughters. The Giants' win, she said at Carolina Herrera's show Monday morning, "was bittersweet. I know my husband would have liked to play in the Super Bowl." The sweet part of that equation, though, was seeing the pair's pal, Michael Strahan, win the championship. "Michael introduced us," Harmon said. "He was a big fan of mine from 'Law & Order.'"

Nor was Carolina Herrera the only show stop Harmon made Monday. A few hours later, she set off flashbulbs again at Oscar de la Renta. And being a fashion girl, Harmon knew the rules: She changed from her black Herrera outfit to a de la Renta ensemble.

LOULOU'S LIST: Oscar de la Renta doesn't need stars to make his front-row buzz. French fashion doyenne Loulou de la Falaise made an appearance at his show on Monday afternoon, after also hitting Carolina Herrera. De la Falaise is collaborating with de la Renta on a jewelry line, which she says was partially inspired by Catherine the Great. "It's very deep in color, very Russian-y," she said as she went backstage to greet her friend. It's not the last chance to catch her: Next on her list for New York Fashion Week is the Calvin Klein Collection show.
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