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The security guard proved to be right on target when he said that Demi Moore and Hilary Swank "don't want nothing to do with" the camera crews at the Miss Sixty show.

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AFTER HOURS: Couture houses are working overtime to dress society ladies for a sumptuous extravaganza taking place Saturday at Aiglemont, Prince Karim Aga Khan's property in Chantilly, France. Le tout Paris is buzzing about the prince's party to fete his brother Amin's birthday, plus that of his daughter, Zara. According to sources, more than 800 guests from around the world have been invited, from Indian princesses to New York artists, as well as European aristocracy. A lavish dinner awaits, to be followed by a ball with elaborate decor, ballet performances and fireworks.

WELL SHOD: In an unusual collaboration, the Via Spiga division of Brown Shoe created a capsule collection for Bryan Bradley's Tuleh show Sunday. "It's like a one-off," said Bradley. "They are sort of doing a little experiment. I don't think they were looking to do a shoe collection for Tuleh. I'm always interested in experiments. We did one style with 10 colors — a buffed, metallic patent leather with a skinny, tall kitten heel." If they want to sell the shoe, they can do whatever they want. For me, it was the fun of working with them. They were nervous at first, but in a good way, but I have to say it was relatively seamless."
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