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From the Paris Runways... Michelle's Controversy Swirls...

Glenn Close kicked back at the Giorgio Armani Privé couture show Monday.

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Bao Bao and Billionaire Boys... At Dior Homme.... More From Paris...

Bao Bao Wan wore a different hat at Kenzo’s show on Saturday: guest editor for Chinese Esquire.

Birkin Bags a New Watch

Jane Birkin took in the Hermes men’s show Saturday night sporting a Barack Obama button, and a brand new Hermes watch.

Ferry Turns to Clothes

On a break from recording his next album in London, suave British crooner Bryan Ferry donned an understated gray to take in Lanvin’s show.

An Artful Evening in Paris

Fashion and art collided in more ways than one Adam Kimmel’s fall presentation at Paris’ Thaddaeus Ropac gallery.

New Faces at Galliano

Louis and Claude Simonon, the sons of The Clash bassist Paul Simonon, walked their first runway show for John Galliano.

Comme and Koh in Paris

What would you do if the airline lost your luggage on the way to Paris fashion week? Well, artist Terence Koh headed straight to Comme des Garcons.

In Helena Christensen's Eyes... Three on the Bund Denies Rumors...

Helena Christensen will lend her lens to shoot Eric Wright’s debut catwalk show for Façonnable.

First Lady Under Fire... Nice, Chloë Sevigny... Karl's House...

Chloe Sevigny joined Renzo Rosso for the opening of his largest Diesel Planet store to date on Tuesday night, as men’s fashion week in Milan wound down.

Pendleton, Mark Ronson, the Rumble Strips,

Mark Ronson's Milan... Pieces of Eight... Barney's Endorsement...

Mark Ronson said he got hooked on fashion... Antonio Marras is working on a big project... Partisanship has paid off for Barneys New York...

Aretha Franklin, Luke Song, Mr. Song Millinery

Hats Off

Aretha Franklin garnered attention at the inauguration, and not only for her voice. One question was on the minds of millions: what was she wearing on her head?

Model Tries Editing for Size

David Gandy, famous for his Dolce & Gabbana fragrance ad and smoldering runway presence, may be seen in the front row soon.

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