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As Paris Fashion Week headed toward the finish line, Sunday's shows went up a gear as L'Oreal Paris claimed to have staged the first runway show in history on the Seine River.Uninvited guests clambered around barriers to get a free glimpse at Nikolaj Coster-Waldau from "Game of Thrones" and actress Eva Longoria who took turns as models, alongside Andie MacDowell who talked ageism to AP.L'OREAL GOES IN-SEINEThe clothes were designed by some of the great houses of Paris fashion including Balmain, AMI, Off-White, Giambattista Valli and Elie Saab.Yet this fashion show, much like L'Oreal's display on the Champs-Elysees last year, was always more about the show than the fashion.The king and queen of the show had to be Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Eva Longoria.TALKS AGEISMAhead of the L'Oreal show, Andie MacDowell, 60, spoke to AP about ageism and her longevity in being a L'Oreal ambassador, a post she'd held for around three decades and still counting.Fonda and Mirren modeled in last year's Champs-Elysees show.VALENTINO ARTISTRY"A work in substraction," so said the house, was the spirit behind Pierpaolo Piccioli's accomplished, and pared down, display for Valentino.TIME TO STEP OUTIndian actress Freida Pinto rocked a beautifully tailored menswear jacket look on the Valentino front row.It also features Christian Bale and Cate Blanchett.
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