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The Agony And The Ecstasy Of Celebs At Paris Fashion Week

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Paris Fashion Week is the real deal, and it's here you'll find the highest concentration of style icons in one place. Kate, Beth, Charlotte — you name it, they were at the tents and looking, well, iconic!

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Beth Ditto absolutely rocks a short caftan at Stella McCartney.


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Dita Von Teese was, of course, on fire all week, at her retro best. Here she is at Lanvin.


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And at Elie Saab.


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Lou Doillon's counterintuitive eclectic cool shouldn't work, but it almost always does. Here she is at Dior.


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And at Balenciaga.


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Best of all, at Chanel.


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The original eclectic-cool maven, Kate Moss (at Dior). This should look tacky, when you itemize it: it doesn't.


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Deserving style icon Charlotte Gainsbourg always makes basics look amazing.


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It takes Parisians to make us appreciate the leopard trend. Here, Mademoiselle Agnes at Balenciaga.


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And Evelina Khromchenko, at Lanvin.


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Also doing a trend right — this time both camel and shorts — Lou Lesage, at Chloe.


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At Chanel, Audrey Marnay is pure elegance.


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Claudia Schiffer, in Paris drag! (At Chanel, so totally apropos.)


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Alexa Chung (at Chloe) gives the impression of just having the coolest, most effortless closet in the world. It's quite a trick!


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Salma Hayek, at Stella McCartney, is Lana Turner glam.


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Out of control, at McQueen!


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Leigh Lezark, at Chanel, does her Odille wicked-swan-thing.



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DISCUSSION

What does Dita Von Teese actually do for a living, and how did she get famous? I have a feeling that she's a burlesque dancer, or something like that - but how does that translate into being a celebrity?