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At Work: The Flower Shop Owner Who Lives in Slipdresses

It’s peak wedding season and Denise Porcaro has limited time. She arrives at her East Village shop, Flower Girl, explaining that she’s just come from an overdue lunch meeting. She asks one of her employees to set an alarm for exactly 1:50 p.m., 10 minutes before her next appointment, and starts tending to the flowers.
A native New Yorker, Porcaro studied communications, film and broadcasting at St. Francis College in Brooklyn. Post-graduation, she held jobs at a few restaurants in the city and inexplicably found herself doubling as the unofficial florist. Though her passion was originally film, she decided to pursue her newfound creative outlet, and opened her shop in 2004. Flower Girl has since worked with Chanel, Proenza Schouler and Marc Jacobs.
On the day of our interview, Porcaro wears a hand-printed slipdress. Porcaro glides through the modest space, rearranging its setup as she goes, and clears off a table in the back of the shop. She mentions something about her mother’s fear of overhydration, lights a candle for good measure and opens up about her personal and professional style.
WWD: How would you describe the dress code at Flower Girl?
Denise Porcaro: At Flower Girl and in the flower industry, there’s really

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Lunchbox Fund 2017, Sponsored by Prada, Draws Helena Christensen, Paul Haggis

Despite having a cold, the Lunchbox Fund founder Topaz Page-Green was on hand Thursday evening to make the rounds discussing her charity, which provides daily meals to roughly 25,000 children in South Africa.
“Really, the charity started just because I’m from South Africa, and I was doing a lot of work in schools and it was very obvious that hunger was a problem,” said the South African native, who founded the fund in 2005. “Teachers would subsequently report that one of the biggest issues they had was that they weren’t able to teach the kids because the kids weren’t able to keep their heads up solely from a lack a food.”
This year’s fund-raiser, sponsored by Prada and held at the Beekman hotel, drew Helena Christensen, Rupert Friend, Aimee Mullins, Piper Perabo, Paul Haggis, Stacey Bendet, Billy Crudup, Bob Gruen, Arden Wohl and a slew of other artists, actors and socialites. Of the attendees, Haggis was the most enthusiastic supporter, at one point yelling at the guests in a successful attempt to extract tens of thousands of dollars from the crowd who, in the screenwriter’s words, received “absolutely nothing in return.”
Haggis has been an ardent supporter of Page-Green and the Lunchbox Fund for

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Priyanka Chopra, Sarah Jessica Parker Attend Hammer Museum Gala in the Garden

“Well, the asked me, so I came,” said Sarah Jessica Parker by way of explaining what brought her to the Hammer Museum’s Gala in the Garden benefit in Los Angeles on Saturday night.
The event has been running for 15 years but it was Parker’s first time, fitting because fellow New Yorker Hilton Als was one of the honorees, along with Ava DuVernay.
Museum director Ann Philbin said there was no shortage of cultural and intellectual figures to honor in any given year, but this year’s award recipients seemed especially relevant, and also complemented the musuem’s current exhibit “Radical Women.”
There were more than a few of those in the starry crowd, including Jessica Chastain, Evan Rachel Wood, Priyanka Chopra, Rashida Jones and Jessica Lange, who was also a co-chair of the evening along with Zachary Quinto, Jenni, Saree and Maggie Kayne and Tomas Maier. Bottega Veneta for the fifth year sponsored the event.
“Annie always makes sure it’s different every year,” he said. Maier’s fresh-off-the-runway designs, worn that evening by the likes of January Jones, Hailey Baldwin, Yu Yamada, Camilla Belle, Tessa Thompson, Emmy Rossum and Kiersey Clemons also lent an artistic flair to the evening, without overpowering

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Kate Hudson, Victoria Justice Fete Julia Roberts at amfAR Inspiration Gala

“If it’s alright, I would like to consider this my two-week-early 50th birthday party,” Julia Roberts told the audience at the amfAR Gala on Friday night. Held at philanthropist Ron Burkle’s Green Acres Estate in Beverly Hills, the event honored Roberts for her humanitarian work with the HIV/AIDS prevention organization. “I’m so thrilled to have you all here tonight,” Roberts continued, “and to have my beloved husband here, who is really the man that taught me what it means to give.”
“I’m just an actor and I try to make the right choices in life and in art,” added Roberts. “The truth is I wish I was Frances McDormand, but I’m not. I’m also not Diane Sawyer. I’m not Sheryl Sandberg.”
But she is Julia Roberts, which meant that tablemate Tom Hanks delivered a 15-minute tribute to the Oscar winner while Chris Martin performed a four-song set that kicked off with “Pretty Woman” and ended with a kitschy song he wrote about Roberts. “If you want to book me for bar mitzvahs and stuff,” Martin joked. “I’m cheap as chips. We’re off tour. I’m available.”
The MAC Viva Glam, Harry Winston, and Cadillac-sponsored affair also attracted Kate Hudson with mom Goldie Hawn, Melanie

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Gwyneth Paltrow Introduces Michelle Pfeiffer at Variety Power of Women Lunch

Gwyneth Paltrow was a surprise guest at Variety’s annual Power of Women lunch, presented by Lifetime on Friday at the Beverly Wilshire hotel. Though she didn’t mention the Harvey Weinstein scandal as she introduced honoree Michelle Pfeiffer, she didn’t need to.
It was the topic on everyone’s lips on the red carpet, as host Judd Apatow, one of the first men to publicly condemn Weinstein on social media, told reporters, “It’s a nightmare. When you are young in this industry and trying to get a break and someone preys on you like that and threatens you, I can’t think of anything scarier because really it threatens your entire future.” Apatow’s daughter Maude is a fledgling actress, but he said people don’t need to have daughters to know that Weinstein’s alleged actions are unacceptable.
Inside, he tried to keep the mood light, saying, “It’s easy not to be a creep. I have never given Seth Rogen a massage.”
The other women taking home honors were Priyanka Chopra, Kelly Clarkson, Octavia Spencer and “Wonder Woman” director Patty Jenkins.
Chopra acknowledged the systemic harassment endured by women in the entertainment industry, saying, “Women have been told your career will not go forward if you don’t compromise. I

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A Week of Dries

It’s been a busy week for Dries Van Noten — and his diehards. The Belgian designer traveled to New York and made rare appearances on the events circuit, hosting a book signing for “Dries Van Noten 1-100” Monday night at Barneys and a screening of his documentary “Dries” Tuesday at the Whitby Hotel, thrown by Bergdorf Goodman. On Thursday, Charlotte, N.C., boutique owner Laura Vinroot Poole put on a garden party for her loyal Dries customers to enjoy the film as well.
Monday’s signing saw a line snaking across the sales floor at Barneys as his loyal fans lined up to have a copy of his tome signed. On Tuesday, speaking of his film, Van Noten said “it’s rather strange to see myself on film, because you get in with Patrick Vangheluwe, [his partner] to see my house and my garden, which I usually keep completely private. So it’s a little bit like, oops, here we are. But on the other hand, for me the garden and the house had to be in the film, because it’s so much a part of me and my creative process. So without the garden, the film would not be complete, I think.”

Linda Fargo and

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Julianne Hough, Jaime King Attend Pop & Suki x Nordstrom Dinner

“I’m always the girl who is trying to stuff two phones into her purse,” said Poppy Jamie before dinner on Thursday night. “I will try to put the entire kitchen sink into one bag. So, finally, they let me design a tote.”
Jamie and her best friend, Suki Waterhouse, were at Chateau Marmont’s Bungalow One to celebrate Pop & Suki’s launch at Nordstrom. It was a little less than a year ago that the duo celebrated the launch of their customizable bag line at Mel’s diner with a raucous dance party. Tonight, they opted for an intimate girls dinner to mark “making it to the big leagues,” as Jamie put it.
“I never dreamed that it would be this successful,” Waterhouse said. “And I never could have, or would have, wanted to do this on my own. It’s great to have someone to help you shoulder all the work, and to also share all the successes with.”
Waterhouse continued, “The line is really about our friendship, and how we are so different but complement each other. It’s not always possible to be in business with a friend; a lot of times it’s not a good idea. But something about our personalities just works together.”
Jamie

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EXCLUSIVE: Birchbox Cofounder Buys $14M Manhattan Condo

Being the beauty box originator has certainly paid off for Birchbox cofounder Hayley Barna, who just dropped almost $14 million on a Manhattan apartment.
Barna’s new pad is at 150 Charles Street, a celebrity-filled condominium in the heart of the West Village, where other owners include Jon Bon Jovi, Ben Stiller and Irina Shayk.
The latter two both rent their places out, while Bon Jovi, a savvy real estate investor as well as an international rock star, is trying to sell his duplex home with views of the Hudson River for almost $16 million.
Barna will also be joining high-powered business executives such as Intermix’s cofounder Haro Keledjian and Hard Rock Café cofounder Peter Morton, who also have apartments at the 91-unit condominium.
Perhaps she’ll be able to pick their business brains if she bumps into them in some of the building’s shared amenities, which include a 75-foot lap pool, residents’ lounge and children’s playroom.
According to the listing, Barna’s new three-bedroom, 3,031-square-foot home, which was asking $16.995 million, comes with a 445-square-foot landscaped terrace, while floor to ceiling windows overlook Hudson River Park and Manhattan’s skyline.
She set up Birchbox, an online service that sends subscribers beauty products, in 2010 with fellow Harvard graduate Katia Beauchamp and it now operates

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WWD Toasts 40 Industry Leaders Under 40

NEW YORK — With the only constant in the industry being change, it’s no secret the fashion, beauty and retail worlds must constantly evolve. On Tuesday evening, WWD brought together a group of designers and executives for its “40 Under 40” event to recognize those visionaries who are steering the industry into the future. Faced with frequent changes within the marketplace, these key players gathered over cocktails to discuss how they are all embracing — and often leading — the industry’s disruption.
“My mantra is to learn something new every day,” explained Brooks Brothers’ chief administrative officer Matteo Del Vecchio. “The advantage and disadvantage of being under 40 is we maybe have less experience than some of our peers, but we have an attitude of being more willing to learn. I try to take that advantage in what I do.”
The Italian-born Del Vecchio, whose father Claudio Del Vecchio purchased Brooks Brothers in 2001, sees progress as exciting. “Sure, change makes everybody nervous, but change is a big opportunity to do things better and to engage with the customer in a new way.”
Twin brothers Adam and Ryan Goldston, who founded luxury athletic brand Athletic Propulsion Labs in 2009 at age 23, have a

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Abboud Helps Raise Awareness for Lyme Disease

Joseph Abboud’s wife, Lynn, has always kept a low profile. In fact, many in the fashion industry have never even met the designer’s longtime spouse.
Although absent, Lynn was front and center Wednesday night as her husband was honored by the Global Lyme Alliance, a Connecticut-based group dedicated to eradicating Lyme and other tick-borne ailments. Jill had been afflicted with the debilitating disease and spent over a year searching for a diagnosis for her mystery symptoms.
“Take two Tylenol and I’m sure you’ll feel better,” Abboud said in accepting the honor after being introduced by Hudson’s Bay Co. executive chairman Richard Baker. He said that was his advice to his wife as the undiagnosed illness began to take its toll on her health. It continued for more than a year and caused her to fall into a state of depression as the Lyme disease impacted her life.
“Lyme is an insidious disease that literally and figuratively sneaks up on you and bites you in the ass,” he said.
Ultimately, Lynn was treated and has recovered, but the effects of the disease are longer lasting. She’ll no longer take walks to the lake and her time spent outside is now filled with “fear and trepidation,”

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Carly Chaikin of ‘Mr. Robot’ on Painting as Meditation

“This dress is like a parachute if anyone wants to climb in,” says Carly Chaikin. Just moments before, she was rapping Drake lyrics with her eyes closed as a makeup artist touched up her face. She wears a billowing olive green dress before changing into her “painting clothes” — stained gray shorts and a holey T-shirt.
“So many of my paintings, people would be like, ‘What more do you have to do?’ But the smallest little things make all of the difference,” she says, adding subtle touches to her latest work — a closeup of her lips. “Technically, oil doesn’t dry for years, so you have to wait a lot because it will be too wet to work on it and it just gets muddy.”
Chaikin, known for her role as Darlene on “Mr. Robot,” has been painting for about a decade. She’s self-taught — “I’ve done figure drawing classes or whatever” — and had her first art show three years ago, in which she showcased about 40 works. “I sold all the ones that were under a thousand,” she says. “My dad has some and my boyfriend, but most of them are hanging in my apartment here [in New York] and

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Chrissy Teigen Links With Revolve on Collection

Revolve’s at it again with the launch of a new label done in conjunction with Chrissy Teigen.
The collection, called Chrissy Teigen x Revolve, is more than a year in the making and was first imagined before Teigen became pregnant with her now one-year-old daughter Luna.
Teigen, speaking with WWD on Wednesday morning ahead of a party to be held this evening to celebrate the collection’s official launch, said the idea for the collection was shelved for a bit after she found out she was pregnant, but little changed during that hiatus in what she wanted the collection to represent.
“What’s interesting is my style really hasn’t changed,” Teigen said. “The things that I love and the textures I love, they’re all really classic. So even though this has been a brainchild for so long, we’ve developed it into becoming more modern and cool, but it is still very much my style and has been my style for a long time.”
Revolve’s collaborating with influencers and other brands has been a key part of its broader growth and staying power, with a steady stream of new labels. This year saw the launch of a nightlife-inspired brand called H:ours and an exclusive capsule with MadeWorn and

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A Look Into the Life of Dries Van Noten

On Tuesday night, Dries Van Noten sat captive in the second row at the Whitby Hotel’s basement movie theater. As part of a busy visit to New York, which has also included a signing of his two-part retrospective book of his past 100 collections, the designer was attending the premiere screening of Reiner Holzemer‘s documentary “Dries,” which looks at his creative process. An intimate cluster of editors and devout customers came out for the first look, which was hosted by Bergdorf Goodman.
“But of course on one side I like to look back, but on the other side, for me, it’s the past. Most of the time I’m just busy looking to the future, the next collection,” said Van Noten after the screening. “That’s the good thing and the bad thing about fashion, it’s always like, next, next, next. It’s four times a year and it’s a lot. But it’s what gives us the drive.”
Known to be rather private, the designer offers a look into his personal sphere for the film. “It’s rather strange to see myself on film, because you get in with Patrick Vangheluwe, [his partner] to see my house and my garden, which I usually keep completely private. So

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Cartier Goes to Governors Island: Inside the Resonances de Cartier Launch Gala

On any other occasion, drinking aboard a New York Water Taxi would be met with a violation of the ferry’s rules. But on Monday night, when Cartier hired a fleet of black cars, then ferries, then branded trolleys to escort guests to a makeshift structure on Governors Island for the Resonances de Cartier Launch gala, regulations went out the window. It’s Cartier, after all – cue the Champagne.
The jeweler lured Carey Mulligan, Sofia Coppola, Diane Kruger, Martha Stewart, Sofia Boutella, Jason, Wu, Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim, Arthur Elgort, Jessica Hart, David Neville and Gucci Westman, Jill Kargman, Nicky Hilton Rothschild, Carolyn Murphy and more out across New York Harbor for an evening of dinner and live music from Andra Day, John Baptise and, yes, Grandmaster Flash.
“Oh, it was fine,” said Stewart of her ferry ride over, which she noted was not her first. “Oh yeah. I go around here. But I take boats too.” An inkling tells us such boats are a tad fancier than the yellow water taxi she rode over on.
As for jewelry? “I wear very little jewelry. I’m a plain Jane,” Stewart claimed. Mostly sentimental pieces? “No.” Costume jewelry then? “No, real things. Real diamonds,

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Houston Marks Oscar de la Renta Exhibition

HOUSTON — “The Glamour and Romance of Oscar de la Renta” retrospective at the Museum of Fine Arts here is a splash of color in the city as it continues to rebuild from Hurricane Harvey. The designer’s legacy was celebrated over five days, drawing some of de la Renta’s closest friends and family to Houston before the exhibit opened to the public.
The roots of the exhibit stretch from Houston to San Francisco, where Lynn Wyatt, a life trustee of the MFAH, first saw the retrospective at the de Young museum and knew it would be a perfect fit in her hometown.
Wyatt was a bright light at all of the events honoring her friend and reached into the past to wear a vintage de la Renta brown tweed suit at the Oscar de la Renta Fashion Show and Luncheon on Thursday. She donned a new black-and-white tulle tea-length gown for the Museum of Fine Arts Grand Gala Ball on Friday.
“Oscar was such an old friend of mine, so clever, so nice,” Wyatt said. “My husband’s name is Oscar, and I always say, he’s the other Oscar in my life.”
Wyatt’s black silk faille and silk taffeta evening gown is just one of

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‘Downton Abbey’ Immersive Experience Coming to New York

The glamorous world of “Downton Abbey” is coming Stateside.
Masterpiece Classic’s celebrated series, which ended its six-year run in 2015, is coming to New York with a “fully immersive experience” opening Nov. 18.
This will be the first stop in a multicity U.S. tour of “Downtown Abbey: The Exhibition,” which enables fans to travel to early 20th century England through interactive installations of the show’s sets and wardrobe.
“This is a unique opportunity to step into ‘Downton Abbey’ — to wander through the sumptuous rooms the family inhabit, the kitchen and servants quarters below stairs and to get right up close to many of the iconic costumes and props,” explained Gareth Neame, the show’s executive producer.
The midtown Manhattan installation will also explore life and culture in post-Edwardian England by highlighting events from World War I through the Roaring Twenties. Additionally, more than 50 original costumes will be on view including those worn by Dame Maggie Smith, Michelle Dockery and Hugh Bonneville.
“You don’t get to see all of those costumes together, ever,” remarked actress Sophie McShera, who played Daisy Mason on the Emmy-winning series. “Two wedding dresses in one space is amazing.”
Costume designer Anna Robbins echoed McShera’s sentiments, saying, “[Viewers] have only ever seen

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Frank Gehry Travels Down Memory Lane at Bernard Arnault’s Art Dinner

PARIS — It was déjà vu all over again for Frank Gehry at the dinner on Monday celebrating the “Being Modern, MoMA in Paris” exhibition at the Fondation Louis Vuitton here.
The show includes 200 works from the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan, spread across all four levels of the building designed by Gehry – including paintings by Pop artists such as Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein.
“I like seeing it all here because all of it is my age group, my friends, so I’ve seen all the work. I have memories of everything when they were happening. Like the Warhol, the ‘Double Elvis’ – I remember the show at the Ferus Gallery and the party afterwards,” said the 88-year-old Canadian-born architect.
“Warhol was with a camera photographing everybody, and Claes Oldenburg was there and that was the first time I met him. We became close friends. Every one of those things, I have that kind of memory,” he added.
Gehry was sitting in a corner of the building’s entrance hall, watching guests mingle before the dinner hosted by Bernard Arnault, chairman and chief executive officer of LVMH Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy, in the auditorium dominated by

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Athena Calderone: From Instagram to the Kitchen — to Print

Athena Calderone has taken a love for cooking, developed through early days of motherhood in her mid 20s, and a passion for a well-organized Instagram feed and put forth a seasonally organized cookbook, “Cook Beautiful,” which is as curated and visually striking as the foodie Instagram of your dreams.
The book, out today, is the start of what Calderone hopes will become a domestic goods brand; another cookbook is on the way and she aims to launch a homeware line.
“I got married at 23 and had a child really young. I got pregnant at 25 and had my son at 26, so when all my peers, all my friends, were developing themselves in the career space, I found myself at home a lot,” Calderone says, from the lower-level kitchen of the Brooklyn townhouse she’s in the midst of renovating. “And found myself in this homemaker role, which could be frowned upon. There were times [when] I struggled with that because I knew I had a lot of creativity that I couldn’t quite figure out where to place, but at the same time I was filled with so much love and happiness through my family.”
Calderone is married to music producer Victor Calderone,

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Greta Gerwig Talks ‘Lady Bird’ at the New York Film Festival

For “Lady Bird,” Greta Gerwig went back to her roots. She wrote the script for the film, which also marks her directorial debut, about her hometown, Sacramento, Calif. Filming there, she said, felt like “coming full circle.”
“If I could explain an idea to you it will make a bad movie,” Gerwig said at the New York Film Festival premiere of “Lady Bird” on Sunday. “I have to have a little bit of mystery and stumble my way toward it. I had worked on the script for a couple of years and this is the story that seemed to be emerging, this mother-daughter tale that felt like a fable to me that took place over a year, which is about home coming into focus when you’re leaving. As soon as I was done writing it, I thought, I think I should direct this.”
The film, which premiered internationally at the Toronto Film Festival, stars Laurie Metcalf and Saoirse Ronan. Ronan plays Christine “Lady Bird” McPherson, a rebellious high school senior whose unwillingness to conform to her mother’s (Metcalf) ideals causes the two to butt heads.
Unlike the main character she envisioned, Gerwig was not at all a rebel in her teenage years. “I

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Madelaine Petsch on Going ‘Colder and Meaner’ for ‘Riverdale’ Season Two

It’s barely October and Madelaine Petsch has already “done five Halloween things.” A fall fanatic, she declares Halloween “everything” before rattling off a list of pumpkin-flavored food items. Yes, she loves pumpkin bread — but only if, like her, it’s vegan — and no, she doesn’t drink “PSLs” — or pumpkin spice lattes, for those not up on their beverage-related abbreviations.
“From October to Jan. 1 is, like, the best time of the year for me,” says Petsch, the words pouring out of her like, well, a PSL out of a Starbucks coffee machine. “I love Halloween, I love Thanksgiving, I love Christmas, I love New Year’s. It’s like, what more could you want in life?”
Petsch, 23, seems to be in a great space emotionally and professionally. She plays Cheryl Blossom on “Riverdale,” The CW network’s adaptation of the Archie Comics series that follows a group of high schoolers. The show — which stars K.J. Apa, Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouse — has become wildly popular among the Internet-savvy teenage set, spawning endless Reddit threads on topics like which character viewers relate to the most and which leading male — Archie (Apa) or Jughead (Sprouse) — is the “hottest.”
Jughead — the brooding

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Natalie Portman, Rashida Jones Host L.A. Dance Project Gala

To mark its Los Angeles homecoming, the L.A. Dance Project unveiled its new performance space to the public at its annual gala on Saturday night.
The affair brought out director and cofounder Benjamin Millepied and his closest collaborators and friends, including wife Natalie Portman, Rashida Jones, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Gina Rodriguez, Ellen Page and more.
Jones, who got ready with the Millepieds, was excited for a “mind-blowing” show and another reminder that her close friend is a renowned talent. “We’ve definitely done dance parties together,” she said. “But I always forget that he’s a dancer. He’ll swing their son around, it’s the most graceful thing you’ve ever seen in your life, and you’re like, ‘Oh yeah, he’s a professional dancer.’”
One guest who had Millepied’s work seared in her memory is newly-minted director Kate Mulleavy. Recalling her first experience seeing the choreographer’s work on the set of “Black Swan,” with her sister Laura, she mused, “Ben is such an amazing creative force. I think he’s one of the great artists of our time. He takes you on a journey. I think dance is such an incredible form of communication and art. It just makes you think and express your mind. He’s

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