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Fashion's Night Out Beyond New York

While all the hubbub so far has been about Fashion’s Night Out in New York on Sept. 10, the event is a global one.

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While all the hubbub so far has been about Fashion’s Night Out in New York on Sept. 10, the event is a global one, stretching from Los Angeles to Tokyo, London to Sydney. And unlike last September, when each city held its event on the same evening, this year Fashion’s Night Out takes place on different nights. Here, a roundup of some of the events taking place in cities outside New York:

PARIS

Around 60 stores will participate in Paris’s event on Sept. 7. Participating stores are based in the “golden triangle” in the city’s eighth arrondissement, encompassing Avenue Montaigne, Rue François 1er, Avenue George V and Avenue Franklin-Roosevelt.

• Louis Vuitton: Commanding model behavior, a special photo studio at Louis Vuitton’s Avenue Montaigne store will give customers the chance to feature on mock covers of French Vogue magazine. Pink Champagne will flow and The MisShapes’ Leigh Lezark and Geordon Nicol will provide entertainment.

• Chanel: Peter Philips, global creative director of Chanel Makeup, will showcase a new khaki-themed trio of nail polishes at the house’s Avenue Montaigne store, dubbed Les Khakis de Chanel (The Chanel Khakis). Designed to be worn alone or combined to give a camouflage effect, the polishes come in green, pink and brown khaki tints.

• Christian Dior: Plastic specs will be the hot accessory at Dior’s Avenue Montaigne headquarters, where a 3-D film of the house’s fall 2010 couture show will be screened. John Galliano has also designed a collage for the windows, while Béatrice Ardisson will DJ.

• Ralph Lauren: A live jazz band will serenade shoppers at the Ralph Lauren store on Avenue Montaigne.

• Gucci French Vogue’s fashion director Emmanuelle Alt will pick and mix looks from Gucci’s fall 2010-11 collection during a live fashion shoot in the store.

• Celine: Joining forces in the name of shopping, Celine’s creative director Phoebe Philo will be joined by French Vogue editor in chief Carine Roitfeld at Celine’s ephemeral Rue François 1er boutique to present the house’s fall 2010-11 collection.

• Diane von Furstenberg: Local DJ Cécile Togni will man the decks chez the Diane von Furstenberg store on Rue François 1er.

• Bonpoint: A bevy of high-profile Parisian yummy mummies — including Charlotte Gainsbourg, Ludivine Sagnier, Emma de Caunes, Ines de la Fressange and Emmanuelle Seigner — are expected to attend Bonpoint’s cocktail at its store on Avenue Montaigne. The luxury children’s wear firm will project a video of its fall 2010 catwalk show and unveil an exclusive jewelry line by the French jewelry brand Stone.

• Marni: Limited edition doll-motif PVC cushions will be among the products on offer at Marni’s Avenue Montaigne site, including a design by French artist Claude Caillol.

• By Marie: By Marie designer Marie Gas will host a special performance by French musician Milkymee at the brand’s Avenue George V boutique.

• Jil Sander: Snaps of Jil Sander’s new casual collection, Jil Sander Navy, by local “It” blogger Garance Doré, will be exhibited at the Jil Sander store on Avenue Montaigne.

• Manoush: Balloon shapers, giant bubbles, clowns and a performance by Rona Hartner will figure among Manoush’s circus-themed lineup for its Avenue Montaigne store.

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