US actors Ben Stiller (L) and Owen Wilson present creations for Valentino during the 2015-2016 fall/winter ready-to-wear collection fashion show on March 10, 2015 in Paris. AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL MEDINA
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To deafening cheers and a stunned celebrity front row, Owen Wilson and Ben Stiller closed Valentino's Tuesday show by storming the catwalk in a headline-grabbing stunt to announce "Zoolander 2 ".Meanwhile, Karl Lagerfeld spent the earth to recreate a giant fully-functioning French brasserie inside the Grand Palais -- replete with silver platter waiter service -- to showcase Chanel's latest looks.Here are the highlights of the fall-winter 2015 Paris ready to wear collections:To great bravado, the two Hollywood stars reprised their roles as male models Derek Zoolander and Hansel, immortalized in the hugely popular 2001 movie, on the catwalk for Valentino's show.It said Stiller and Wilson will again star in the movie, which will be written by Justin Theroux and directed by Stiller.Wilson, sporting shaggy long blond locks, strutted in a shiny light blue pajama print outfit with blindingly white sneakers, topped off with an eggshell blue trench coat.It produced a play of subtle, but powerful, contradictions and confirms that Van Herpen, who won 2014's prestigious ANDAM fashion award, is now becoming an important player on the Paris ready-to-wear calendar.
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