GOT A JOB?: Pharrell Williams is such a big fan of Lanvin, he wants to work for the brand. Backstage after Sunday’s menswear show, he approached artistic director Alber Elbaz to offer his services. “It would be an honor,” he told the designer. Earlier, Williams told WWD he would be interested in fronting a Lanvin campaign or designing a luggage line for the brand. Meanwhile, former Libertines frontman Carl Barât was trying not to think about his stage debut Tuesday in the play “Fool for Love” at London’s Riverside Studios. “I’m absolutely petrified,” he confessed. After the play ends its run, Barât will head to Morocco to start recording his first solo album. As for the much-touted possibility of a reunion with his former Libertines bandmate Pete Doherty, Barât remained hopeful, despite the fact that Doherty did not respond to his most recent text message. “He might have changed his phone. I’ll resend it,” he said with a shrug.
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