TAKING AMERICA: Australian singer Micky Green said she’s out to conquer the U.S., where her debut album, “White T-Shirt” hasn’t yet been released. “I’m leaving Paris tomorrow to meet with Motown and another label,” Green said at the Maison Martin Margiela show Monday night. Green has just shot her latest video in Berlin. “It’s aesthetic rather than a story,” she said, adding there are looks from Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent and Sonia Rykiel. Elodie Bouchez, meanwhile, is likewise heading Stateside, to shoot the first full feature film by director Zeina Durra in New York in January. Fellow French actress Clotilde Hesme said she’s just started filming “Le Dernier Jour du Monde” (“The Last Day of the World”) with French directing duo the Larrieu brothers in the South of France while her latest movie, “De La Guerre” (“Of the War”), also starring Asia Argento, is released this week. “It’s all very positive and joyous,” she joked of the film’s subject matter. A host of designers at the Margiela show included Raf Simons, Gareth Pugh, Haider Ackermann and the Proenza Schouler duo. “Margiela is always way ahead of everybody,” said Schouler’s Jack McCollough. Later at Yohji Yamamoto, the artsy crowd included British photographer Sarah Moon, who has a book of her work coming out next week. She said she was also putting the finishing touches to her exhibition, opening in two weeks at London’s RCA.