Fall Ready-to-Wear 2014

Gucci

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Front Row at Gucci

Salma Hayek

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  • Salma Hayek
  • Joseph Altuzarra and Frida Giannini
  • Leigh Lezark Yulia and Leah Weller

Front Row at Gucci

Salma Hayek Pinault and Joseph Altuzarra were among guests at the show.

TATTLE TALES: “I’m starting a new movie in May. It’s called ‘The Tale of Tales’ and we will be filming here in Italy,” actress Salma Hayek related at the Gucci show in Milan on Wednesday. Meanwhile, her husband François-Henri Pinault was holding one of her hands to show the giant purple and pink ring she was wearing to a Le Figaro fashion scribe. “It’s Pomellato,” she smiled meekly, referring to the Italian jeweler also under the Kering umbrella.


Guests at the second show included Leigh Lezark, Japanese DJ Mademoiselle Yulia and Joseph Altuzarra, in town for the International Woolmark Prize, for which he is the U.S. finalist and Gucci's creative director Frida Giannini is a judge.


Leah Weller, who sings with her famous father Paul Weller, in a campaign celebrating the 120th anniversary of Daks, is busy recording her own tracks. "I'm working on an album that I'm going to debut hopefully this year, maybe this summer," she said, describing her music as "soulful, dramatic pop."

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