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Valerie Plame Wilson talks about her passion for Armani clothing. Also, France's First Lady has another on-screen gig.

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SPY STYLE: Valerie Plame Wilson, the former CIA agent whose outing caused a scandal for the Bush administration, has a thing for Giorgio Armani — she even treated herself to a jacket by him the first time she spoke in public for the Congressional hearing. The costumes in “Fair Game,” Doug Liman’s new movie on the Plame Affair, stay pretty true to real life. Armani worked with costume designer Cindy Evans and designed several looks for Naomi Watts, who plays Plame Wilson in the movie, which just opened. The skirt suits and jacket-and-pant ensembles take their cues from Plame Wilson’s original wardrobe — which is something she is quite pleased about. “Giorgio Armani’s clothes are modern and feminine, always making me look my best and confident,” Plame Wilson said. “This became even more important when I found myself, reluctantly, placed in the public eye.”

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