Halle Berry in All Saints
Halle Berry in All Saints

DALLAS, Dec 16, 2009 / FW/ — Two ladies and two gentlemen headline our Seen & Heard today and for very different reasons.

Halle Berry looks London chic in All Saints’ Orcus Dress that is made of 100% twisted cotton dress with long skinny sleeves and a twisted stripe slim body. It features an extreme cowl neck detail and external seams. Garment is designed to distort and each dress is unique.

And the best part about it, you can get Halle Berry’s exact look for only $150 at All Saint’s shop-in-shop at 59th street Bloomingdale’s in New York City and at its first stand-alone store on Robertson in Los Angeles, or online at  www.us.allsaints.com

Founded in 1994 at the vanguard of cool Britannia, All Saints quickly gained a reputation as the menswear destination for rock inspired design.

The Autumn 1998/Winter 1999 season saw the first womenswear collection and a move on from masculine and directional tailoring to a softer vintage-inspired aesthetic.

The turn of the century welcomed an expansion from the boutique chain of the 90’s to a leading high street retailer.

With a current portfolio of over 100 stores and concessions globally, each with a distinct individual feel and identity, the brand retained its original sensibility; focusing on fresh and innovative design, detail, graphics, technique and fabrication.

Rachel McAdams
Rachel McAdams

In New York this morning, Rachel McAdams was seen toting an Emilio Pucci’s Spring Summer 2010 “Marquise” bag as she was arriving at ABC’s Good Morning America in Times Square to promote the “Sherlock Holmes” film.

The more you look at the Marquise bag, it becomes more covetable, don’t you think?

Now, for the business called fashion…

Galliano, John Galliano’s diffusion line will debut in Milan on January 18th during Milano Moda Uomo Fall 2010 season.

Galliano Men’s
January 18th, 2010
Palazzo Morando – via Sant’Andrea, 5
5 to 9 p.m.

Mounir Moufarrige, a well-known name among fashion insiders for a long time because he is inside fashion’s elite circle was introduced to the mainstream fashionistas because of the dubious honor of hiring Lindsay Lohan as Artistic Advisor to the House of Ungaro.

Today, in a very short press statement, Mounir Moufarrige said that he is stepping down from his position as CEO of Emanuel Ungaro but will continue to advise the company as a member of its strategic committee.

Marie Founrier who was the Vice President for Business Development and Licensing has been given the post of General Manager of the company.

As for Lindsay Lohan and Estrella Archs, Creative Director of Emanuel Ungaro, they are still expected to present their Fall 2010 collection in Paris in March.