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Fashion Scoops: More More More!!!... In The Family...

Fendi's party tonight to fete its new Avenue Montaigne flagship will be the hottest ticket of the week.

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TICKER PARADE: Marc Jacobs has a new project up his sleeve — literally. On Sunday, after the Louis Vuitton show, Jacobs plans to unveil a new gold watch he designed for the French luxury brand. Meanwhile, Vuitton had a very high-profile visitor to one of its leather goods ateliers this week: French President Nicolas Sarkozy. He visited a plant in Saint-Pourçain-sur-Sioule in central France and watched workers produce a monogram Neverfull bag. At the end of the tour, workers offered him one of the bags, which he told them would make his new wife, Carla Bruni, one happy First Lady.

LOST IN TRANSLATION: Winona Ryder cuddled up with her rock star fiancé, Blake Sennett, a guitarist in the indie band Rilo Kiley, at Valentino's show Thursday. "I'm a little overwhelmed today. I'm totally jet-lagged," sighed Ryder, though she soon brightened up, pointing out umpteen outfits to Sennett throughout the show. The actress will soon start filming "The Private Lives of Pippa Lee," and disclosed she's also been working on a film with her fiancé, called "Water Pill." French actress Mylène Jampanoï, meanwhile, revealed she's signed a beauty contract with Christian Dior Parfums. Jean-Baptiste Mondino photographed the first campaign, which will appear in Asia only. The French-Chinese star tapped an altogether darker side for her latest film, "Martyrs," directed by Pascal Laugier. "I play a psychopathic killer. I kill people one by one, it was quite an experience," she related. The actress also will appear in "Le Bal des Actrices" alongside Charlotte Rampling, Julie Depardieu and Mélanie Laurent. "Big Love" star Ginnifer Goodwin has just wrapped "He's Just Not That Into You," based on the best-selling book and with a cast including Scarlett Johansson and Ben Affleck. "I play a woman who has been, like most women, completely misinformed as to the language men use and the signs in terms of whether a fella likes you or not," explained Goodwin. "Ugly Betty" star Rebecca Romijn said she was relishing the prospect of a real fashion show. "It's a change from the make-believe version, although I think they ['Ugly Betty'] get it close to right," she said.
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