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Fashion Scoops: In Character... Let's Go Crazy... A Royal Tee?...

Zhang Ziyi will be putting away her swords and flexing her funny bone in her next picture, "Lost for Words."

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FULLY BOOKED: Karl Lagerfeld's bookshop was abuzz with jubilant, if weary, fashion folk, Sunday night. Sonia Rykiel, Vanessa Seward, Jean Paul Gaultier, Martine Sitbon and Alber Elbaz were among the designers who came to check out a new 7L tome about Numero's editor in chief, Babeth Djian, titled "Babeth, by Babeth Djian." "It went very smoothly, only it took a long time and you know how I hate that," muttered Lagerfeld.

Elbaz, meanwhile, leaned his head on the nearest shoulder: "All I want is to be in bed with somebody bringing me food," he sighed.

LAST DANCE: Miuccia Prada's party at Castel Sunday night attracted some former stars of her Miu Miu campaigns, including Chloë Sevigny and Maggie Gyllenhaal, along with hordes of assorted fashion folk. Givenchy's Riccardo Tisci said he'll be jetting off to Tulum in Mexico to soak up some sun, while all Jessica Stam had in view was "a three-hour massage."

"My week's highlight had to be the McQueen show — it was magical," said a smoky-eyed Lily Donaldson, while more humdrum exploits were on Lara Stone's mind.

"It may sound silly, but all I'm looking forward to is getting back to doing my laundry — a bit of normalcy," she said, heading for the exit.
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