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Designer Clare Waight Keller unveiled her first menswear collection for storied house Givenchy at Paris menswear week Wednesday as actress Laura Dern caught up with the Associated Press at Valentino's display that channeled the darkly depths of monochrome. Dern spoke about how, as a mother of a budding model, she is taking a particular interest in the fashion industry.Keller, the house's first-ever female designer, reflected her growing confidence in menswear by holding the first standalone men's show since she ascended to the house's artistic helm in 2017 .A small group of guests climbed the neoclassical steps of Givenchy's couture salons to discover Waight Keller waiting by masses of delicate baby's breath flowers that adorned the wooden Haussmannian floor.In a pleated red silk Valentino gown, "Blue Velvet" actress Laura Dern looked very much the part on the design house's front row alongside rapper G. Eazy.As the mother of 17-year-old Ellery Harper, Dern said she was taking an interest in the fashion industry to help her son.Harper has modeled for Calvin Klein under the watchful eye of designer Raf Simons, and Dern says that Valentino's designer Pierpaolo Piccioli has also been "generous" in helping his nascent career.Big silhouettes, bold color and urban styles were behind Virgil Abloh's visually arresting fall-winter collection.
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