PUBLISHED : Sunday, 28 March, 2010, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 28 March, 2010, 12:00am


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Carine Roitfeld and her French Vogue team being banned from the Balenciaga show. When asked to comment, the editrix simply replied, 'Ask them.' Lindsay Lohan (left) absent from Ungaro - she seems to have learned her lesson last time. It didn't stop her from attending every other show, though, along with Beth Ditto and the Geldof offspring. Who wore what at the Baftas/Oscars - the catwalk collides with the red carpet. A diplomatic incident averted at Erdem: which British political party leader's wife would attend, given he dresses both Sarah Brown and Samantha Cameron? Sam Cam - Sarah chose Osman, instead. Those damn bloggers - specifically Tavi. Luckily, by the time the European shows started, she and her big hat were nowhere in sight. The tech revolution - technology has made fashion accessible, with many designers live streaming (the whole of London Fashion Week was broadcast in real time). Burberry went one step further by live streaming in 3D to an invited global audience. The fact that celebrities were persona non grata at the Marc Jacobs show in New York. Fashion's new 'it' boy - Olivier Zahm of the very hip Purple magazine. Cultural overload - exhibitions dedicated to Greta Garbo and Richard Hambleton in Milan; YSL in Paris; Irving Penn in London. Upcoming collaborations: Lagerfeld for Hogan; Matthew Williamson for Bulgari; and Yvan Mispelaere moves to Diane von Furstenberg.