Going Tall at Roberto Cavalli... Rihanna at Gucci

Attending Roberto Cavalli for the first time, actress Marisa Berenson said she's launching a line of all-natural face creams, including a "magical elixir."

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MULBERRY GETS ARTY: Mulberry and Vogue hosted a dinner Tuesday night at Honor Fraser’s Culver City, Calif., gallery to celebrate the fall collection as well as the opening of Alexandra Grant’s latest show, which is based on the five senses. Emmy Rossum, China Chow, Amanda Goldberg, Justin Kerns, Gregory Parkinson and about 30 others sat at a long table down the middle of the gallery under bright white lights, all the better to take in the intricate, oversize canvases, one of which already has been acquired by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. One diner’s request for red wine was declined, due to the proximity of the paintings, but when Shiva Rose wondered aloud about the art, she got a direct answer from the gallerist herself. “It’s not something you do every day, dine in one’s gallery,” said Fraser. “But I think it’s a nice departure from the usual fashion event.”
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