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"There might be less of it, but money can still be beautiful," Karl Lagerfeld said at the Monnaie de Paris after minting the first coin he's designed.

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ICE AGE: “It’s not raining for once, which is nice,” said Paul Smith, who turned out on Tuesday night — with his grandchildren — for Tiffany & Co.’s annual party to open the winter ice rink at London’s Somerset House. And while the late fall sky may have been clear, it was chilly outside, and guests including Marie Helvin, Jade Parfitt, Pippa Middleton, Isabella Calthorpe, Melissa Odabash and Tanya Bryer sipped mulled wine and Champagne in the cobblestone courtyard, where the temporary rink was set up. Emma Watson flipped the switch on the Christmas tree, which this year is decorated with Tiffany blue skating boots. “I’m not going on the ice,” said Helvin with a laugh, perhaps not wanting to risk a fall in her immaculate Edward Sexton camel suit.
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