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LASHING OUT: Viktor & Rolf is moving into eyewear — false eyelashes, to be exact. The Dutch design duo and its beauty license holder, L’Oréal, will come out with three different designs for peepers in late spring for the Shu...

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Marie-Josée Croze, of “The Diving Bell and Butterfly” fame, shooed her friends away so she could promote her upcoming films to journalists. “I’m working right now,” she hollered. The Quebecois actress has two movies out this spring: “The New Protocol,” followed by “Two Days to Kill.”

Marianne Faithfull said her new album, “Easy Come Easy Go,” will be out in September. “We recorded live in the studio in New York — the old way,” said Faithfull, who revealed she’s also been asked by Perrier-Jouet to help create a special Champagne. “The only thing is, I don’t drink. I’ll have to get someone else to do the tasting,” she said.

Japanese actress Rinko Kikuchi showed off a daring new pixie haircut by Kamo Katsuya — and she’s dealing with blades in her next movie, too. “I play a fighter. I love action films,” she said.

French actress Clémence Poésy, however, is more lover than fighter in her next movie. “It’s another love story,” said the thespian of her upcoming project, a British film dubbed “Heartless.”

Madonna’s stylist, who goes by the name of B., was also in the audience. Having just wrapped up working on Madonna’s next album cover, shot by Steven Klein, B. said she was returning to London the next day to style a music video starring Madonna, Justin Timberlake and Timbaland. “Madonna’s look is going to be more edgy, more fresh — with no more disco,” she said.
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