Fashion Scoops


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Brooke Club

Brooke Shields was the surprise guest at the Giambattista Valli show on Monday.

Kylie Minogue Shakes at Yves Saint Laurent

Kylie Minogue, Catherine Deneuve and Loulou de la Falaise sat front row at Yves Saint Laurent.

A Fan Club Front Row at Givenchy

The designer contingent, including Peter Dundas, Alexander Wang, Stuart Vevers and Gareth Pugh packed into the Givenchy show Sunday night.

Coming Together at Stella McCartney

Paul McCartney, Maria Shriver, Twiggy and Thandie Newton sat front row at the designer's show.

Lindsay Lohan Might Not Show at Ungaro... Lanvin's Uptown Story...

Lindsay Lohan, artistic director of Emanuel Ungaro, could be a no-show.

Waris Dirie

'Desert Flower' Screening: Seeing Double

Waris Dirie and her screen alter-ego Liya Kebede joined forces at a charity screening of “Desert Flower."

Alexa Chung, Emma Hill and Alexa Chung, Mulberry S/S10 line, Alexa bag

Alexa Chung's Mulberry Bag in Hong Kong

Alexa Chung and Emma Hill flew to Hong Kong for a whirlwind press launch of the new Mulberry S/S10 line and Alexa bag.

Front Row at Viktor & Rolf

Lindsay Lohan, Gary Dourdan, Eva Riccobono and Renzo Rosso took in the Viktor & Rolf show from their seats in the front row.

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Front Row at Jean Paul Gaultier

Jane Birkin, Micky Greene and Fan Bingbing sat front row at Jean Paul Gaultier.

Karl Lagerfeld Front Row

Karl Lagerfeld's front row included singer Beth Ditto, New York deejays The Misshapes and rapper Joey Starr.

A Winning Formula for Design

Fashion and mathematics may seem like chalk and cheese, but the two realms collided in Dai Fujiwara’s collection for Issey Miyake on Friday.

Maison Martin Margiela Front Row

Lou Doillon is set to ride atop an elephant in an upcoming gala at Paris's Cirque d'Hiver later this month.

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