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Kylie Minogue

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TO THE NINES: Clutching a teeny sprig of white flowers, courtesy of her date, George V hotel’s florist extraordinaire Jeff Leatham, Kylie Minogue sparked a flashbulb frenzy at the Jean Paul Gaultier show Wednesday. The petite singer, in town for a cover shoot for British Elle, disclosed she’ll soon be jetting off to India. “I’m going to be doing a musical number in a Bollywood film,” she said. Ines de la Fressange’s 14-year-old daughter, budding actress Nine, came with her little sister Violette to support her mother, who was walking in the show. “The last time I saw her walking I must have been six. She’s very excited but a bit nervous,” Nine said, twisting her row of pearls. Preparing to take to the stage himself later that night, composer Goran Bregovic said he’d be performing tracks from his latest album, “Alcohol,” at Paris’ Grand Rex venue. “Jean Paul will be coming: It’s a soundtrack for drinking,” he deadpanned. Dasha Zhukova, the glamorous girlfriend of Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, was decked out in Rodarte and said she would feature works from François Pinault’s collection in the modern art center she founded last year in Moscow. Next up: Zhukova’s planning to show the Christian Louboutin collaboration with David Lynch, dubbed “Fetish.” Lou Doillon said she’s done a shoot with sister Charlotte Gainsbourg by Annie Leibovitz for American Vogue while another sister, 12-year-old Lily, accompanied her to Gaultier. “There were shrieks when I asked her if she wanted to come,” Doillon recounted. “And I thought what a lucky man. They [kids] don’t know who Michael Jackson is but they know Jean Paul Gaultier.”



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