BRUCE ALMIGHTY: Newlywed Bruce Willis is seeing 'la vie en rose' despite the global economic crisis. “I’m enjoying being unemployed,” said Willis, who proudly escorted his new wife Emma Heming to Dior on Friday. “I just want to spend time with my wife,” he beamed.
Heming was also taking things easy. The Malta-born British model, who walked runway shows for Christian Dior when John Galliano first joined the house, said this was her first time on the sidelines with the likes of French actress Mylène Jampanoï and Chinese actress Tang Wei. “I much prefer sitting here without all the stress of the backstage,” she said, pouring cold water on suggestions she might co-star with Willis on the big screen any time soon. “I leave the acting to the professionals.”
Jampanoï said she was working on a film project with Harvey Keitel and was about to start shooting “Clean Out” directed by Barthélémy Grossmann. Wei said she “taking classes at drama school in London to help me get English-speaking roles.” Dita Von Teese is headed straight to DVD, meanwhile. Dressed in a black leather cleavage-enhancing Dior dress, the glamorous strip-teaser said she’ll be releasing her first DVD at the end of November, based on her performances at Paris’ Crazy Horse venue. “Bonus material will include me around Paris and interviews with designers like Elie Saab and Jean Paul Gaultier,” she said.
Model Estelle Lefébure-Essebag chatted about her new clothing line, into its second season. “I’ve used silk, satin and cashmere. It’s a suitcase collection -- all you need for a vacation,” she said.