Colette's Homage... Art in Venice... Tory Burch's Helping Hand...

Skulls may have become a tad fashion victim, but Colette is backing a design it feels has more substance.

ART IN VENICE: The Fondazione Prada’s exhibitions have become the go-to events at the Venice Art Biennale, and this year is no different. On Friday, Miuccia Prada and her husband, Patrizio Bertelli, welcomed the likes of Marc Jacobs, Diesel chief Renzo Rosso and Russian tycoon Roman Abramovich, who took in Pop and Minimal works by American artist John Wesley at the Fondazione Cini on the island of San Giorgio.

Most of the art and fashion crowd then moved on to a dinner organized by Lapo Elkann and Arrigo Cipriani to launch their new I-Spirit vodka, then to the Vogue L’Uomo party at Palazzo Grassi, sponsored by Gucci Group, where the guest list included Angela and Margherita Missoni, Beatrice Trussardi, Ennio Capasa, Delfina Delettrez Fendi, Naomi Campbell and Charlotte Casiraghi.

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