Lily Cole and Tricky Turn Out for Dazed & Confused Party

The vodka flowed at a Dazed & Confused party in Paris Wednesday night, feting Spike Jonze’s short film collaboration with Absolut.

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ABSOLUT-LY FABULOUS: The vodka flowed at a Dazed & Confused party at Paris’ Pavillon Ledoyen on Wednesday night, feting Spike Jonze’s short film collaboration with Absolut, dubbed “I’m Here.” Revelers including Lanvin’s Lucas Ossendrijver, Kris Van Assche, Haider Ackermann, André Saraiva and Olympia Le-Tan played arcade games and scrawled doodles on the walls and people’s outfits using black and glow-in-the-dark markers. Admiring a scrawl by Jonze, Lily Cole, who was still sporting her “Avengers”-style bowler hat from her turn in the Hermès show earlier, said she’s signed up to star in the “The Moth Diaries” and will possibly play a vampire. So how does she plan to research her role? “Don’t ask dangerous questions,” she mock hissed. Mingling with the smokers in the courtyard, jewelry designer Waris Ahluwalia of House of Waris revealed he has a line of cashmere scarves and pashminas in the works. “They’ll all be hand-woven and embroidered in India,” he said. Tricky said he’s been busy working on his next album, due out in June, with singer Francesca Belmonte. “She used to work as a sales girl in Topshop, you know, just trying to pay her bills. She’s 23 and she sounds like she could be 63,” he said.

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