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Among the forest decor at the star-studded Balmain collection, pop star and former French first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy killed time chatting with French Vogue Editor Emmanuelle Alt. Guests were all waiting on one person: Kim Kardashian, who arrived late to the usual whirl of paparazzi flashes in her first appearance since getting attacked by a serial celebrity accoster. KEEPING UP WITH KARDASHIAN When Kardashian, whose face appeared on the Balmain invitation card, finally appeared at the Balmain show, she didn't disappoint.Thursday marked the first day Kardashian attended Paris Fashion Week since the attack by Vitalii Sediuk who struck as she was entering a posh Paris restaurant Wednesday.CHLOE'S BREATH OF FRESH SPRING AIR It was the strongest Chloe collection in seasons for British designer Clare Waight Keller who worked her feminine magic on '70s styles for the spring-summer show.Culotte jumpsuits, '70s bell sleeves, stylish center partings and voluminous floor-sweeping silk dresses that fanned out dramatically at the hem captured – with subtlety – Waight Keller's go-to era of the bohemian. Styles were young at heart, and this 38-piece-strong collection might well appeal to the same crowd as targeted by Nicolas Ghesquiere's Louis Vuitton.
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