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October 05, 2010  | by: Sonia Downey

Top: Dean Caten, Karolina Kurkova, Dan Caten, and Carine Roitfield. Bottom: Supermodel Gisele Bundchen and Designers Diane von Furstenberg and Zac Posen.

In celebration of Vogue Paris’s ninety-year landmark , Editor-in-Chief Carine Roitfield assembled a masked ball at the Palazzo Pozzo di Borgo in Paris, France.  Stanley Kubrik’s Eyes Wide Shut inspired Roitfield’s theme and the frocks and masks worn by designers, models, and performers achieved her vision for the night.  Proclaiming the elaborate event as “the best party I have been to in my eight years in Paris,” Rick Owens applauded Roitfield and French Vogue for their “unconventional attitude” and “the potential to be scandalous.”  Scandalous is a term that can easily be associated with the 90th Anniversary cover, in which model Lara Stone is barely dressed with the exception of black lace.  Roitfield told the NY Times that the special issue, 620 pages worth, is “the best coffee-table book.  I think it is good when something can stay interesting for a long time.”

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