Fashion Scoops: Mugler's Phoenix... It's Narciso... Casting Call...

Calling all shoulder pads. The revival of the Thierry Mugler women's line is bound to add a dose of otherworldly glamour to Paris couture week.

HONOR ROLL: Ines de la Fressange is the latest French fashion fixture to receive the Legion of Honor. The former Chanel model, who now works as the communication director at Roger Vivier, will be pinned with the medal in a ceremony on June 18. Napoléon Bonaparte established the Legion of Honor in 1802 to distinguish individuals who have contributed to the glory of France.

NO PLACE LIKE OM: Former Kaviar and Kind co-owner Katherine Azarmi Rose's new Los Angeles retail home is, well, very much like a home. Called Roseark, the 5,000-square-foot lifestyle boutique boasts a garden, a meditation enclave and seven rooms, including gallery spaces initially featuring the work of artist Mathew Taylor. During the boutique's opening Tuesday night, the guests — including Courteney Cox Arquette, Jennifer Meyer, Perrey Reeves, Sasha Alexander, Salma Hayek and Julie Bowen — took tours of the premises house-warming style. For her part, Azarmi Rose, pregnant with her second child, was more comfortable sitting in a chair and watching the action. Asked how she balances her growing family and business, she responded: "Chanting. Lots of chanting." Now, she said she has just the place to do it.

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