Fashion Scoops


Fashion Scoops

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Lorenzo Martone, Alexa Chung, Yves Carcelle,

Louis Vuitton's Front Row: Showing Off

Lorenzo Martone and Alexa Chung, among others, were those seen front row at Louis Vuitton's RTW fall 2009 show in Paris.

Kenzo's James Greenfield Promoted

Kenzo’s James Greenfield has been named chief executive officer of the Paris fashion house.

Front Row at Chloé

Lolita Chammah, the face of this year’s Cannes Film Festival, said she is gearing up for her part in Marc Fitoussi’s “Copacabana."

French Film Stars Turn Out for Kenzo

At the Kenzo show, French actor Andy Gillet said he turned manga for his latest movie, which was just released in South Korea.

Eau de Ellen von Unwerth

Photographer Ellen von Unwerth has a busy year ahead.

Barbie's Malibu Dream... Naomi Campbell and the Fam...

To celebrate Barbie’s golden anniversary, Mattel spared no expense for a lavish beachside bash at a Malibu dream house.

A Glamorous Scrum at Chanel

A jovial Kate Moss found the mayhem that greeted her arrival at Chanel’s show Tuesday hilarious.

Fashion Scoops: Flower Power at Arora... Schwab to Halston?...

For the finale of his show, Manish Arora sent out a wild mechanical frock covered in a variety of opening and closing carnivorous blooms.

Big Wigs at Viktor & Rolf

New York drag queen Lady Bunny confounded onlookers when she and her rather enormous blonde wig turned up at Viktor & Rolf.

Front Row at Giambattista Valli

“Meet my brother, don’t we look alike?” said actress Tallulah Ormsby-Gore.

Front Row at Yves Saint Laurent

Catherine Denueve, who got impatient waiting for the Yves Saint Laurent show to start, said she’s busy promoting her latest film.

Front Row at Lacroix

Gulnara Karimova, the jewelry designer daughter of the president of Uzbekistan, is to create a collection for Chopard.

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