Mila Kunis, who's also in that movie about the ballet dancers or whatever, is Nylon's covergirl. "It's always trippy to walk into a room and be confronted with a life-size cardboard image of yourself," she joked at the party. [WWD]
Karl Lagerfeld's Pirelli calendar is getting lots of press for his inclusion of Julianne Moore in the famous nude periodical, and for his introduction of naked men. But what's potentially more interesting is Lagerfeld's gender-bending depiction of Freja Beha Erichsen.
A tragic explosion at a ruffle factory in rural Italy led to the release of the complete khaki hideosity that is the Valentino for Gap collection. Ruffled jackets, ruffled hoodies, ruffled t-shirts, and ruffled cargo pants are included. [Daily Mail]
"She's not involved in this collection," said Ungaro owner Asim Abdullah just before his show commenced this afternoon, Paris time. He was referring, of course, to "artistic adviser" Lindsay Lohan, whose future at Ungaro had long been in doubt. [WWD]
"I'm not a designer," says Emma Watson. "If someone asked me to do something that was beneficial to a cause, then maybe I'd consider it, but not just ‘Look at me! I've got my own line!'" And as for perfume:
John Malkovich has a clothing line. Who knew? His collection, branded Technobohemian, is actually the actor's second foray into fashion, he launched a line called Uncle Kimono in 2002. We hope his Milan show models all wear Malkovich masks. [WWD]
Gwyneth Paltrow has tired of the cosmetics contract gravy train; no longer shall the actress concentrate on embodying the qualities of the Estée Lauder brand. Instead, she'll be the new, white Oprah! [Daily Mail]