THE BLUES: Joana Preiss, Fiona Scarry, Lou Doillon and Beatrice Dalle were among front-row faces at Givenchy Wednesday night. Doillon said she had the jitters about presenting her Lee Cooper line Sunday while midtour for her "Love Letters" lectures. "I'm going to have to travel back from the middle of France at dawn Sunday morning," said the actress, who also disclosed that she's about to start shooting an indie flick with a young American director. "It's a big project, but I can't go official yet," she said, adding that the entire movie will be shot in a house on the edge of Paris. Scarry, meanwhile, said she's put her artwork on hold to design a line of interior couture fabrics for the New York-based silk specialist MacOndo Silks.
TO THE NINES: It looks like Eve has a habit of leaving things to the last minute. The R&B queen was escorted to her seat seconds before the Emanuel Ungaro show got under way Wednesday. "We were a little behind schedule," said the songstress of her new album, "Here I Am." "I've been in the studio nonstop."
Meanwhile, "Heroes" actress Ali Larter and her fiancé, Hayes MacArthur, are taking things at a more leisurely pace. "We've been at the Plaza Athénée for three days and haven't been out to see anything yet," she cooed.