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AMERICAN WOMAN: “Is it bad to take a nap while you’re in a foreign country?” asked Michelle Williams, who joined Lana Del Rey, Elizabeth Olsen and Azealia Banks in Mulberry’s front row on Sunday morning at Claridge’s. But if anyone deserves a nap, it’s Williams: She’s just finished a European press tour for “My Week With Marilyn” and has recently finished filming a Wizard of Oz prequel, “Oz: The Great and Powerful,” with Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, and James Franco. “It’s how everybody got to Oz and became the witch and wizard that they are — I play the good witch,” Williams explained.
A few seats away, Del Rey was cradling a new white ostrich bag with gold hardware that Mulberry named after her. “It is perfect for me as I love wearing white and gold,” she said. And black, too. She said she has her eye on a knitted dress in black rabbit she spotted on the runway. And while Del Rey may have teased the press in the past, suggesting she was planning an early retirement, she said it was not true: “Not any time in the near future — music is the love of my life, so I’ll always be singing in some capacity.”
She’s due to perform at the Brit Awards on Tuesday night, and put on a show for guests at Mulberry’s post-show dinner Sunday night.